Your Story. Tell it. Leave it all on the page. Detach from emotion. Detach from ego. Spill it. Be fearless. Then walk away. Tell it. Your story.
Stu turned the corner and walked, shin first, into an old fire hydrant. AAAHHHHHHOUUUUUCHHHHH!!!!!!! FuuuuckKK!!! Stu leaned over to rub off the pain. As he leaned, Stu’s forehead connected swiftly with the top of the hydrant. AAAAAAAHHHHOUUUUCHHHH!!! MOTHER… FUCKER!!!!’ Blood ran in a single stream from the crease of forehead directly above the point ofContinue reading “Must of”
“Hey!” Billy yelled across the waiting room as Bert emerged through the mechanical hospital door. Surgery happened 48 hours prior and Bert was walking around on crutches (“…as best you can,” Yolanda explained as they were preparing his discharge papers. “It will look wrong, it will feel wrong, and, honey, it will BE wrong. ButContinue reading “Bert’s Knees”