Thankfully, that is now changed and you can see people of all races sitting next to one another in random parts of the bus. We are all one-big-happy-family. Right? Wrong!
"Bethany looked around the elevator. She had watched enough movies to know that there should be a way out through the ceiling. But there was no way she could reach that high up."
My grandfather died when I was 10 years old. It was expected of me to wear black as a sign of mourning whenever I could, which meant acquiring new wardrobe pieces that were more black than any other color. Now, I wonder if that was what triggered my liking of black clothing. The second part... Continue Reading →
"As the elevator door began to close, a hand appeared from around the corner. The man smiled and gave a slight nod towards Bethany as the elevator door reopened. "
If you wish, bring a dish. Have a snack, toast to blogging, and mingle! This is the fourth edition of the annual Block Party.
This is where you get a few drinks before the real party begins. Or I just might eat you. I guess it is a 50/50 chance. Are you willing to hedge your bets?
Have you ever had life just go the way you wanted it to? Not just one thing, but one event after another? I have not. Some might argue my privilege - I have led a good enough life so I should not complain. "Some people have it worse," they say. EXACTLY! There is always someone... Continue Reading →