Max scratched the top surgery scar on his right as he shuffled into the kitchen. Dressed in only the pajama pants his wife had gotten him last Christmas, he made his way over to the fridge, throwing it open so he could use its light to find his favorite mug. ‘World’s best dad’, written… Continue reading Never In The Wildest of Dreams
Wait a second! Before you start this story, have you read 'An Interrupted Celebration'? Xena pulled into her assigned parking spot and after turning the car off and hopping out, she and her father headed to the back doors. After grabbing the last two boxes, the pair made their way toward the building. “Home… Continue reading Mama Mary
James hovered over his work bench, looking down at the 3D map his daughter had been building for social studies. The map of Ancient Greece was supposed to map out the war path of the Peloponnesian War. James’s daughter, Hailey had spent all day obsessing over the map; even though it was nearly complete and wasn’t… Continue reading Missing You
Hold up! Wait a second, have you read 'What A Day'? Alexis woke up bright and early the next morning. Buried under the mountain of covers her wife required in order to stay warm at night, Alexis rolled over and pressed a few kisses to the back of the realtor's neck and shoulders before slipping… Continue reading Fridays Suck
I Have A Client For You
Before you read this, have you read 'A Domestic Morning' Sarah stepped into the massive air-conditioned building. Tipping her head at the security guard seated at the round desk, she offered up a polite hello before making her way across the lobby. Sarah’s uncle, Andre, had called the other day, asking if she could make… Continue reading I Have A Client For You
All In A Day’s Work
Paula LaVine was born into the mob. So for her, a day filled with shake downs, beatings, and money collecting is all she’s ever known.
Picking Up A Friend
Before you read this, check out 'Let's Start The Day' “Remind me again why we're here?” Paula asked, letting her seat back a little. The two massive men in the front seat sharply inhaled. People didn’t question Pauly LaVine; when he said jump his men didn’t even ask how high, they simply jumped until… Continue reading Picking Up A Friend
Forgotten Birthday Dinner
Wait, before you ready this, have your read 'Picking Up A Friend'? “Dani, it’s quitting time, let’s go!” Mark, the man who sat across from Dani, said as he logged off his computer. “Nah, I still gotta finish this report. Go ahead, go on without me.” Dani said, never taking her eyes off her… Continue reading Forgotten Birthday Dinner
Hold up, wait a minute! Before you read this, have you read 'Forgotten Birthday Dinner' Paula walked through her front door and kicked off her heels. Sweeping them into the corner of the room with her foot, she didn’t even bother to turn on the lights as she made her way across her loft and… Continue reading Mikey
We’ve Got Some Catching Up To Do
For months after Mikey and Paula’s mom took Mikey and up and left him, all Pauly did was cry his eyes out. In the mornings before he started his days, anytime he got a moment to himself, and late at night after he put Paula to bed, all Pauly did was cry. He’d lost the one thing that was most important to him, his family; well at least to third of it anyways. After those few months, Pauly reminded himself that he still had a daughter to look after and provide for. So Pauly dried his eyes and kept it moving. Soon the pain of his wife’s betrayal became dull and didn’t affect him as much, but not a day went by when he didn’t think about his baby boy.