This is a ‘this would scare me’ warning! (I don’t like things that stick around in the dark in the back of your mind, waiting for an unguarded moment at four am.)
“Mommy, why does the moon look so sad?”
I looked up. I couldn’t see the moon through his window, though I could see the light she cast. Continue reading
Inspired by Mechanics by AnHellica
Was that sunset, or sunrise?
Issac blinked several times and rubbed the bridge of his nose. He tried to clear the blur out of his eyes. It didn’t work. He put his glasses back on, and the black blob on the hill resolved itself into the old oak. The sky was red and orange, fading to golden and blue. Continue reading
Two weeks ago, I was telling all ya’ll (you vast and uncountable multitudes) about this game I did. Well my player for it swung by and gave me a fave, so I was thinking about it some more. Last time I wrote about the unplanned nature of the game. This time I’m writing about the setting. Continue reading