Short Story Sunday: Dog Park

Short Story Sunday: Dog Park

“Come with me my love on an adventure that will surpass all adventures,” he said to her with his rich masculine voice, and his dreamy brown eyes. This was not the adventure she had expected. She looked at her dog, a five year old, ninety-six pound German Shepard named Joe. “I suppose you want me … Continue reading

Yes it is complicated (almost as much as a unicorn, a squirrel and a possum going into a bar…)

Yes it is complicated (almost as much as a unicorn, a squirrel and a possum going into a bar…)

Yes it is complicated (almost as much as a unicorn, a squirrel and a possum going into a bar…) When you belong to a Vampire family the dynamics with other people, creatures, living things in general can get complicated. My brother Andrew is staying at our house for a few days. He’ll be performing at one … Continue reading

What we talked about today before school… I wish it wasn’t true…I wish it wasn’t again…

What we talked about today before school… I wish it wasn’t true…I wish it wasn’t again…

For years, since 2012 I’ve been posting on what I talk about with my kids on the way to school, and now that they’re in college just what we talk about. Today we talked about: The school shooting in Florida Snarky shit about people who live in Washington DC The Olympics School Shootings: This morning … Continue reading

Vampire Diary: Protecting the Cuteness

Vampire Diary: Protecting the Cuteness

Vlad’s Vampire Diary #35, Protecting the Cuteness   Dear Diary, This afternoon I was awakened by the sound of the doorbell. My neighbor, a woman named Casandra, stood at my door with panic in her eyes. “Vlad, are you free for a few hours?” I escaped after being locked up in a crypt for three … Continue reading

Foxy Mendoza the King of Suave

Foxy Mendoza the King of Suave

Foxy Mendoza the King of Suave I’ve told you about this guy before but I’m going to tell you again, just because I was thinking about it… He went by the name Foxy Mendoza but was neither Foxy or had any ethnic background that warranted then sir name Mendoza. The last time I saw him we … Continue reading