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Category Archives: fiction
when we met. k/kindergarten. “It’s going to be okay, sweetheart,” Cassidy’s mom said as she walked her to class on her first day of kindergarten. Cassidy was scared, but her mom held her hand even once they reached the classroom. … Continue reading
when we met. j/junk mail. I felt a little guilty. I was supposed to meet the girls for a drink, but I was not in the mood. I wanted a hot bath, a sexy book, and glass of wine. On … Continue reading
when we met. i/inheritance. Riley I knew something was wrong when I didn’t see Henry at the coffee shop. He came in every day, and I always took my break as soon as he showed up. We spent the whole … Continue reading
when we met. h/hockey. Chloe finished tying Sophia’s ice skates and stood up in front of her. “Are you ready?” Chloe asked her. “I’m ready, Aunt Chloe!” Chloe took Sophia’s hand and helped her to the ice. “Remember, Soph, we … Continue reading
when we met. g/glove. Hayley Late again. I couldn’t believe I was late for work again yesterday. I am so going to get fired. I tried. I really did. The bus was running late. I ran once I got off, … Continue reading
when we met. f/fire. “911. What’s your emergency?” “There’s a fire. In my kitchen. It’s not a big fire, but there’s a fire. I tried to put it out, but I couldn’t.” I was talking too fast. But I suppose … Continue reading
when we met. e/elevator. I hate elevators. It was all I could think as I stood there, staring at my shoes, waiting for it to arrive. I would have taken the stairs, but my interview was on the thirty-fourth floor. … Continue reading