As she walked down the streets of Manhattan she remembered the good ole days, when the hotdog vender was on the corner and the kids were playing on the streets. What happened to the quieter times,… It was so busy now.
She was walking through the gray woods when she looked up into the trees, and there sat a big black crow looking down at her. She gazed at him and she knew, knew that her life would never be the same again.
I was standing on top of a 15′ wooden ladder pushing a fish tape through a supposedly empty conduit. It ended up in a live panel instead. So it was either kick myself off the ladder, or stay and be an electrocute victim.
Posted By marylou wynegar On 04.27.2013 @ 10:07 am
She stood behind the tall planter, hoping her parents wouldn’t know she was there. They were fighting again, this time about her. They were yelling about who would take her with them. Who would take her? Where were they going?
He was such a creature. As she looked at him he smirked at her, and she squirmed under his gaze not knowing if he was going to kill her, or love her.
Posted By marylou wynegar On 04.18.2013 @ 10:11 am
She was normally a creature of habit, but today she walked a different path through her woods and came upon a stream that led to a field she had never seen before. And when she came through the clearing, she saw him.