Catastrophe

I Tiffany’s loved her small, beautiful house. It was just big enough to fit all her books and old magazines dating back thirty years that littered her oak coffee table even filling the storage shelf underneath. The floor was decorated with shaggy, cranberry carpeting that had many discolorations from food stains and accidents her cats … Continue reading Catastrophe

A Life Restored

Part I As his fingers fumble to put the springs, gears, and knobs together, he realizes he is getting old. His warped fingers do not move quite as quick and exact as they used to. As a matter-of-fact, their appearance has changed drastically. His once agile and accommodating fingers now appear as though they have … Continue reading A Life Restored