Death Came Calling

Death Came Calling

I sit numb at yet another loss another potential loss another real loss     I’d like to say Death came calling and we had a lovely conversation about how inconvenient  he makes things but it didn’t happen. That is the conversation. Not the other part. He dances in my neighborhood not concerned with the … Continue reading

To The Squirrel I Love

To The Squirrel I Love

Originally posted on Evil Squirrel's Nest:
To my beloved Agnes, I still remember every little detail about the instant in time when I first glanced upon your sciurine splendor.  You didn’t see me above you, my dear, but there was no way I could miss the furry goddess whose sparkly black eyes and bristly,…

Rewriting American History with Gratuitous Sex and Historic Hotties

Rewriting American History with Gratuitous Sex and Historic Hotties

Rewriting American History with Gratuitous Sex and Historic Hotties Some you might have heard of the new mini-series Sons of Liberty (not to be confused with Sons of Anarchy.) It was shown earlier this week on the History Channel. Of course this is the History Channel that has little or nothing to do with history anymore. … Continue reading

Quiet times with a friend (and Vampires)

Quiet times with a friend (and Vampires)

I was standing in line to get coffee with my friend Matthew (Vampire and former shadow creeper). He doesn’t say much. Old fashioned Vampires like Matthew tend to be quiet and sometime unsure themselves outside of bedrooms and other dark places. I’m trying to get him out more. A couple of women glance over and … Continue reading

Short Story Sunday: Ode to a Greek God

Short Story Sunday: Ode to a Greek God

I like this story a lot and I didn’t write anything new today. OK I started something but didn’t finish it… so here you go. Some of you might have read this one before.   Ode to a Greek God A story by Marla Todd   I’ve been 6000 years at the top of my … Continue reading