Mr. River’s Lie

I sat in a long leather chair, you know, the type that they have at the dentist. While I am glad Dr. Lufbow was able to see me today I regret wearing shorts. Whenever I move my legs, the leather sticks to my skin. So for the past few minutes I haven’t moved and now... Continue Reading →


In Search of The Right Gift

A red car pulled into the parking lot of Marshall’s in Narragansett. With grey sky overhead, the bare trees surrounding the strip mall swayed back and forth from the wind. “Boy it sure is cold out here. I’m so glad I wore my jacket and boots to keep me nice and warm.” Sarah said. Getting... Continue Reading →

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