Tag Archives: neighbourhood

Millennial Fever

“My life’s terrible! I have this great game app on my phone and I want to play it, but it drains the battery and I left my charger at school. I told my dad I needed a phone with the … Continue reading

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The Bureau of Statistical Curiosities

It was the annual neighbourhood Christmas party hosted by the Crewdons. They lived in the colonial style house on the corner. Being new to the street, Olivia in number 67 and Ross in 74 hung around the punch table. After … Continue reading

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Requiem for a neighbour

A neighbour on my street died last night. As gathering neighbours whispered their concerns, the whoops and hollers of a pool party desecrated the solemnity of the event. In the living room of the man’s house the emergency workers practiced … Continue reading

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