The Grocery List

Panic was all Montgomery Rutherford felt at this moment.  He could recall no greater stressful moment, and he grew up with a ridiculous name. He tried to send a text for assistance.  No service. He asked a clerk for assistance. No reply. He even bothered an elderly shopper. No polite words exchanged. He feared the … Continue reading The Grocery List

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Deck and Amy and the New Show

"I think we watched every single episode in a weekend. We crammed 67 episodes into one 48 hour period and I regret nothing," Amy said as she excitedly told her brother, Asher, about a series that had premiered not a week before on Netflix. Deck and Amy eagerly recounted their favorite scenes and characters, plots … Continue reading Deck and Amy and the New Show

Lunch Hour Characters – Trout Meets the Parents

Trout was serious about this s/o. It was time to meet the parents. A story told through haiku.   Hair metal music Was only a short little phase Please no photo book. I never did that. The real story is boring. I'm not red. You are! Pa made the best food Unless, of course, ma … Continue reading Lunch Hour Characters – Trout Meets the Parents

Folk Artist Low Hopper’s Take on Friendship

Discoveries within Low Hopper's unfinished music library continue.  In a recent find, a classic tale of a couple trying to figure things out is the main story.  Then things go a different direction. Friends in Your 30s Wife turns to Husband says, "Babe, I'm not thriving here." Says there's an idea that she'd like to … Continue reading Folk Artist Low Hopper’s Take on Friendship

An Evening of Missed Notifications

The movie came to an end. House lights grew brighter, other patrons started filing out of the crowded hall.  They had all just shared 110 minutes of pure action-comedy bliss and were off to tell their family, friends, and followers all about the spoiler-free best parts. Jason Wilbanks hung back for a moment. He had … Continue reading An Evening of Missed Notifications

Deck and Amy and the Show

"Two drink minimum? I don't even drink.  Do you think they're good with Coke and Dr. Pepper as a mixed drink?" Deck wondered allowed. Amy set her menu down.  "I think at ten bucks for a bottle of water the tab will certainly hit the minimum pretty quick." "Hey now, this will be a good time.  … Continue reading Deck and Amy and the Show

Deck and Amy and The Future

Deck typed away at his company furnished laptop after hours and listened to his company furnished cell phone vibrate violently with every new email received.  "We should start a business.  Be our own boss."  He suggested. Amy scoffed. "Two words: Sales" "That's one word," Deck said really putting his accounting experience to work. "That's how … Continue reading Deck and Amy and The Future