Short Story: Her Outlet (Part 1)

"Good morning Juliet." "Good morning Mr. Dobson," Juliet responds smiling. Seeing him walk in with that beautiful smile speaking her name the way he does is the highlight of Juliet's day. Aaron Dobson is a rugged chocolate man who stands a good six feet tall and weighs in at about two hundred and fifty pounds. … Continue reading Short Story: Her Outlet (Part 1)

What I’m Thinking: Planned Parenthood Protesters

So today as I am driving down Forest Park Avenue enjoying the sun and breeze of another beautiful day I come to a red light at Boyle Avenue. Which if you live in the St. Louis area you know this to be the corner where Planned Parenthood is located. As I sit there looking at … Continue reading What I’m Thinking: Planned Parenthood Protesters

What I’m Thinking: How Old Is Too Young to Teach Feminism? Or Do You?

Recently I was scrolling through Facebook and found a shared post with a woman saying she was teaching her daughter that if a boy is hitting you on the playground because he likes you it is not okay. Which sure if the little girl is complaining about it, usually because she doesn't like him, then … Continue reading What I’m Thinking: How Old Is Too Young to Teach Feminism? Or Do You?

Short Story: Ellie (Erotic)

Ellie sits listening intently to the presenter standing in the pit of the auditorium.  With her notepad and pen she takes notes trying desperately to ignore the guy staring at her from across the room. No man has any affect on her life right now. She doesn't want or need one, at least no right … Continue reading Short Story: Ellie (Erotic)

Short Story: Intruders The End

"Daniel, what do you mean you don't think he will come here," Natasha questions. She had been playing sitting duck for far longer than she had originally anticipated yet there had been no sight of Marcus. Hell she hadn't even gotten any more anonymous phone calls from someone who didn't want to talk. But she … Continue reading Short Story: Intruders The End

What I’m Thinking: Change (NewLife)

Change is scary and usually unwelcomed. Unless you're talking about wardrobe change, new lip color, new nail color or moving into your dream home. But even with good change the unknown is feared. What if that color doesn't compliment my skin? What if the house becomes a financial burden? All kinds of things could go … Continue reading What I’m Thinking: Change (NewLife)