I thought we were going to make pie. The building was a 20 story round tower filled with young minds on a quest for knowledge. The rooms were connected together by a common hallway and bathroom in each with four bedrooms that made up a suite. The young men were strangers but soon would shareContinue reading “Red Apple Grenade”
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Oddly enough I have thought about being in school all day yesterday. I was grading a pile of papers and planning a trip to New England next weekend. My thoughts keep rewinding to being at student in the college. Even though I am lecturing at the University and not a student, the energy of the classroomContinue reading “Fifteen Credits”
PJ Day…Write here, right now!
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Write Here, Write Now.” It is the weeks long-awaited Saturday Morning. Hoorah! The week has ended and we finally have time to do whatever we want. The possibilities are endless. Will this be a chore day? How about focusing on eliminating the pile of laundry? Will the dayContinue reading “PJ Day…Write here, right now!”
Nathaniel felt like a failure. Everything in his life had fallen apart since he flunked out of college. The stress was too much to handle. The end of his relationship with his girlfriend, spiraling grades and students loans stacking as high as the bank building downtown. It started one morning when he woke up aloneContinue reading “Ap-pre-ci-ate”