Working Lunch

Lunch with coworkers. The words were terrifying to poor Michael Romero.  He pondered excuses to get out of the outing.  There was a brief moment where early retirement was considered. It was preferred to letting his coworkers know his dirty dining secret. "Ready to go?" Michael's boss asked. The rest of the team stood behind … Continue reading Working Lunch


Beach Day. Ruined.

A frightened scream rang out from the beachside parking lot.  Then another and another.  "Someone call for help!" Called one person standing in the lot, surveying the damage. "Ah man, come on!" Shouted another, kicking the raised curb of the sidewalk. A hot dog cart vendor strolling the beach ran as fast as she could … Continue reading Beach Day. Ruined.

Get to Know Eddie the Eagle

Eddie's tattoo is hidden from view. Eddie had a goth phase once. Eddie's identity crisis is destroying him. As a bird, Eddie loves bread. Eddie is going gluten free 2019. "Geek Trivia Night-Owl's" a beloved nickname. Eddie cheats at Yahtzee every game. Oddly, Eddie's team is the Broncos. Eddie owns two fancy, formal suits. Eddie will … Continue reading Get to Know Eddie the Eagle

End of Battery

There's plenty of time.  Probably one more update, three more 'likes', one last tweet, save some articles for later reading, edit today's photos, run the data sync, and finally Instagram something before shutting down; yeah this can all be done. Well, maybe two tweets.  I did take a lot of photos today.  I want to … Continue reading End of Battery

The Last Writings of Michael Lycan

Michael Lycan wrote down three things before his death.  There was a will, there was a plan, there was just something lingering in his head that needed to be written down.  He hoped it would explain a few things. First, he wrote that he loved the people in his life. Second, he wrote that he … Continue reading The Last Writings of Michael Lycan

A Kingdom Of Iron and Chipped Paint

The ruler surveyed her land.  Toil, hardship, bloodshed; all part of her glorious rise to the throne.  Songs were sung, stories were told, poems were...slammed? The ruler would decide the proper verb later.  It was her land now, her people. There remained only one threat to the throne now.  One shiny and all too clean … Continue reading A Kingdom Of Iron and Chipped Paint