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Dear Neighbors: I’m sorry I invaded your bedroom

You were snuggled in your bed with your significant other. Enjoying the coolness of this autumn night. Enjoying sweet sleep.

But then at 2 am, my car anti-theft alarm began screaming. 132 more words


The Difficult Miracle of Being Human

She knew she was pregnant before the stick said she was pregnant. It wasn’t fetal movement or anything like that, because no baby moves that early. 924 more words


My day in the wilderness

Two days ago, I felt pretty good. I woke up at 5 am and kept going until the afternoon, when I had a quick nap. … 182 more words


Valuable Time

I don’t know how much time I have. It’s been true for a long time now. A long time getting ever longer. The more time goes by, the more the reality sinks in. 764 more words

#1576 TPOS: sad memories: our flag weeps

The events in Vegas on October I, 2017
did not remain in Vegas ~ word spread fast.
Young and old, rich and poor, strangers, friends or family. 59 more words


Micromemoir: A deconstructed orange ball

I studied my plump grandma sitting in a black Naugahyde swivel chair in front of the television while watching The Price Is Right. Each day at 3:00 p.m. 167 more words


I passed the Vomit Test 

Yesterday, I had a Balance Test at the Ear, Nose and Throat doctor office. They put blackout goggles on me and uncovered the left eye. There was a camera inside that could watch my right eye. 357 more words