Nina was nearing the café at which she was to meet Gabriella when her phone vibrated. It was a text from her bestie saying that she was running 15 minutes late. Nina rolled her eyes, let out a deep sigh, and placed her phone back in her jacket pocket without replying. Gabriella was late for... Continue Reading →
"Do you know what today is?" your wife asks as she sits down next to you on the bed. Your face reddens, and it is not because of the warm coffee.
Usually, you and Trent sleep in on the weekends, but today you are too eager to get the day started, which is why, last night, you set the alarm for 7 a.m.
"Sam looked at Peter, who was constructing a "to-do list," with pity. "You know there's this app that you can download that reads your thoughts and then jots them down for you, right?" Sam asked, opening the App Store."
Simon entered the train station with a bouquet of flowers in one hand and a hand-made sign in the other. In red, big, bold letters, the text spelled out a female name. Arielle. He looked up at the clock above the tunnel leading down to platform number four and then down at his wrist watch. The first one had just struck 4 o’clock while the latter was two minutes ahead.