Heyo cheerios! I entered a small story contest with the prompt "The hero dies for the villain", and immediately after submitting mine, I had this idea for a flash fiction based on that prompt. Hope you enjoy! ~~~ Father grips my arm around the swastika, fingers wet with his own blood. He looks straight at … Continue reading Blood Runs Thicker
*loudspeaker shrieks through the crowd* ANNND IT'S TIME FOR PART TWOOOOOO!!! I think at some point I definitely promised you guys I would do the second part... and here it is, a millennia later. Sorry 'bout that. I seem to have forgotten all about it. From Laura: What is your favorite memory? Well, I remember … Continue reading Answering Your Questions Pt. 2
This is the story of how I died. Just kidding. More like, the story of how I almost killed someone.... We were sledding, you see. My sister and I, with my best friend and her family. To preserve their privacy and to make it much easier to understand my story, I will be giving them … Continue reading Collisions and Wipe-Outs and Daring Stunts
You guys… please read this. It is truly the attitude I think we should all strive for. :)) ❤
Ah, 2020. The year from the void. Over the past week, I’ve seen so many people laugh about shaking the dust of it off their feet as they charge into the New Year, hoping 2021 brings them better luck than its unfortunate predecessor.
That makes me sad.
No, I’m not going to enrage the population (or worse – the internet) by saying something trite. (Count your blessings! It could’ve been worse.) But I think hoping for a better year is setting us up for a quick and premature disaster, because chances are it’s not going to come true.
What happened, happened, and it will happen again, and this fallen world will spin on in its course of destruction until it tears itself apart. I am not surprised by evil. Pain is nothing new, and as the years go by, it only grows older and stronger. I am not surprised…
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