I walked through the old part of town reading Philip K Dick. I know you are thinking this is not the best idea. It could, as you have no doubt surmised, be a bit dangerous. 3,588 more words
The man looked at her as she counted the change “Nice weather today” he said absentmindedly. “That’s two forty five change, thank you very much” Sue said as she handed him the change, looking at him with the sort of a look reserved to shopkeepers, who meet too many people each day and can’t be bothered to listen to all of them and yet, remain polite as a necessity of the trade. 968 more words
When all through the house
Not a creature was stirring
Not even a mouse.
Well, not actually the night before Christmas, but midnight and waiting for my daughter Pix and partner, to fetch her sister DD and husband, from the airport, for Pix’s wedding in a few days. 152 more words