“Like you, I consider myself a reasonable enough citizen.”
If you’ve been coming to this blog for a while, you may recall that through most of 2014 and early 2015 I was working my way through the back catalogue of… 606 more words
Questions form an essential part of this universe. Anything that exists…began with a question first. They are like holy drops of water to the weary man with an unquenchable thirst for more: A thirst that only goes on increasing as the sun fades away into the horizon. 97 more words
This was my favorite book of the summer!
Vivian has stumbled on the makings of a news story from her own family, when she receives a suitcase from an aunt she’s never heard about before, who is rumored to have killed her husband and run off with her lover. 178 more words
Laughter. Where would the human race be without it? Considerably sadder and more miserable, our lives more barren, methinks. After all, doctors tell us that a good dose of laughter on a regular basis is good both for our mental equilibrium and our longevity. 1,667 more words
‘A judge tells a condemned man he’s going to hang next week, but he won’t know when until the hangman comes a-knockin’. The judge only says one thing, that it’ll be a surprise.’ The man with dark rimmed spectacles pauses to smoke, his hair is black and slick with Brylcreem. 656 more words