Tag: memoir

Party On

No! No, no, no, no, noooooo! My heart was racing and all I could do was exhale. Why me? Why today? I took a deep breath, hurried to the elevator lobby and pushed the down button. The doors opened right away and I stepped inside for a ride that I did not want to take. 

Grey Days

It was cold and raining in early January when I started this post, but something held me back from finishing it. Thoughts swirled around in my head, one leading to another, and another, and then one or two more after that.

A New Feature For a New Year

Last year I won a Flash Fiction contest on J.A. Allen’s website, Scribbles on Cocktail Napkins. My prize was an opportunity to be a Guest Host on her blog and write a story for the occasion. That particular story, The Connection, got me thinking about the idea of capturing bits and pieces of my workdays…

Dine One One

This story is from the Ohm Sweet Ohm Archives: I was near the end of my fourth year of apprenticeship in the Spring of 1972 and happened to be working on a re-model of the high school that I had graduated from just six years before.