The inspiration for this list is the Thursday Door prompt as interpreted by Dan Antion. I have often thought when looking at his photos what would happen if certain things went wrong. So here they are, and I’m glad to report Dan has done none of these things. 10 If you are taking […]

There is a saying around town that we now know things are getting back to normal after Hurricane Harvey. Evidence of regular is as follows: The popcorn machine and coffee pot are back in operation at the ACE Hardware store. The lights at Alister and Avenue C are now working. The Belt Sander Races are […]

  It is Stream of Consciousness Saturday time again and this week’s prompt is “mon.” Linda Hill says we can use “mon” as part of a word or by itself. The only word I can think of that is a stand-alone use of mon is a greeting from Jamaica. “Hey mon!” After that, I have […]

  Friday has arrived once more. Given the way the stock market has been behaving, I have one more reason to love Friday. It is the eve of two days where the idiots of Wall Street have to be content with no trades. So, no matter what Trump Tweets, or what Congress does not decide, […]

“Okay, Dad. Mom got me this terrific toy, and I wonder if Lucy and Bailey want to play.” “Well, let’s just go up and see.” “Hey, Boss. What’s this thing you dropped on the floor.” “That is Frenchie Vanilla. Twiggy’s toy.” “Frenchie Vanilla, Pops? Pretty cute I would say.” “Yes, and Twiggy wants to know […]

Thank heavens it’s Wednesday. Twiggy’s all in. Wednesday Story day again and last we were somewhat mortified to know that Trish Severide and Jason McDonnell have been carrying on an affair. They thought it was all a secret until Frank Plano openly asked Trish about it. She immediately went to Jason to complain about his telling […]

In Keith’s words. “Using this photo (below) as inspiration, write a short story, flash fiction, scene, poem; anything, really; even just a caption for the photograph. Either put it (or a link to it) in a comment or email it to me at keithchanning@gmail.com before 6pm next Sunday (if you aren’t sure what the time is […]