Category Archives: summer

First World Survival Techniques

“Dane, we gotta do somethin’. I’m dyin’,” complained Brett as he leaned out of the window of Dane’s car. “I know. The air conditioning died yesterday,” said Dane. “I have no idea where we are.” “Why’d we road trip on … Continue reading

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Hope Through Tennis

When Lilith walked into the family room, she was stunned by what she discovered. “Why are you watching tennis? You hate tennis,” she said. “That’s not true,” said Vernon. “In the eight years I’ve known you, I have never even … Continue reading

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A brief update

I haven’t been posting as frequently this summer and I thought an explanation might be in order. As you may know, I write the “Rembrandt Parables,” a series of humorous stories centred around a coffee shop. Do date I’ve written … Continue reading

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One crazy summer

I don’t like to make too many plans during the summer months, only because the summer has a way of filling the time on its own. Today was the first day I’ve written substantially in nearly a week. It was … Continue reading

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