Category: Old Age

Delivered To Your Door

Delivered to your door… I looked at the muscular, almost beautiful, naked body on the bed and the folded up sheriffs’ uniform on the chair. The badge seemed to sparkle saying “look at me, look at me.” A white and pink orchid flower was… Continue Reading “Delivered To Your Door”

Taking Care of Our Elders: Love in the dark, and in the light that always shines

Taking Care of Our Elders Marathon Memories, the lost of memories, old stories, more on my idiot brothers, and love. From 2015 Love in the dark, and in the light that always shines Eleora couldn’t remember what she did yesterday, but she could tell stories of… Continue Reading “Taking Care of Our Elders: Love in the dark, and in the light that always shines”

Short Story Sunday: When You Grow Old

When You Grow Old A short story by Juliette Kings “Who will take care of you when you get old?” I asked my brother’s caretaker Josh. My brother Bob is 90 years old. A former screenwriter and movie producer, he lives in a modern… Continue Reading “Short Story Sunday: When You Grow Old”

Short Story Sunday: When You Grow Old

I have to go to the Drive In Theater to get my daughter’s car. She was there last night with her boyfriend and the starter on the car went out. After watching “IT” for the third time the kids were still waiting for the… Continue Reading “Short Story Sunday: When You Grow Old”

When You Grow Old (a very short story)

When You Grow Old “Who will take care of you when you get old?” I asked my brother’s caretaker Josh. My brother Bob is 90 years old. A former screenwriter and movie producer, he lives in a modern glass and polished wood mansion on… Continue Reading “When You Grow Old (a very short story)”

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