Tag Archives: thriller fiction

Friday – JohnKu – AKA – TGIF

  Another Friday is here, and I hope it means you will get some time off. For many Friday is the day off in celebration of the Fourth of July tomorrow. That will mean a long three day weekend. Of course, we who are still locked up have no idea what a three day weekend […]

Tuesday – Anything Possible – Kreative Kue #269 by Keith Channing

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 […]

Views of the Neighborhood – Hanging Things

When we all have been quarantined as long as we have the subject material for a Views feature starts to get a little thin. This week I noticed several swings and playthings hanging in people’s yards. These things spoke to me of more staying at home as opposed to going to parks. You are welcome […]

Friday JohnKu – AKA – TGIF

  Another Friday and like me, I hope you are looking forward to the weekend. Hmmm. Let me rephrase that. Another Friday and I hope you are able to make it through another weekend. Things have opened up here in Texas, like other states, and with it are ever-increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases. If you all […]

Top Ten Things Not to Do at the Production of the Last Packard Automobile in 1956

This week marks the anniversary of the production of the last Packard automobile in Detroit, Michigan in 1956. The Packard was, at one time, the hallmark of luxury production cars. The company used the slogan, “Ask a man who owns one,” for many years. Since this is the passing of an icon, it seems only […]

Friday JohnKu – AKA- TGIF

    It is Friday once again. Hopefully, everyone is safe and well. It is becoming more difficult to stay safe and well for sure. Today the governor approved a workaround for requiring the wearing of masks here in Texas. A county judge in San Antonio found a loophole whereby the state and local municipalities […]

Thursday – A Little Personal – Twiggy and Lucy Play Soccer

Since we got a cold front last night, the morning temperature is in the 70s instead of the 80s a perfect time to play outside. “Hey, Lucy. Come on out. It’s beautiful.” “Coming Little One.” “Wow. You are right. Smell that air.” “I know. Feels so good.” “Okay, so Let’s kick the ole ball around.” […]

Views of the Neighborhood – Deer Check

I thought it would be a good idea to look around the neighborhood and check on how the deer are doing. Come along. Someone’s front yard and a doe. Our neighbor’s front yard with a doe and fawn. The fawn is caught kicking up its hind leg. A doe in our yard wondering what we […]

Friday John Ku – AKA – TGIF

  It is Friday again, and I know Twiggy is happy. She always looks forward to Friday for some strange reason. She’ll be glad it’s here.  As for me, it seems to be like any other day for sure. In fact, I was thinking (Uh oh) while on a bike ride. A ton of random […]

Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Prompt “Spay/Splay/Spray

  It is Stream of Consciousness Saturday time again, and here is Linda Hill to explain this week’s prompt. “Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “spay/splay/spray.” Use one, use two, use ’em all, it’s up to you. Have fun!” So there you have it. If you would like to have fun, please […]