Joined October 2022
Just a high school English teacher who never quite got over her dream of becoming an author. :)
An Exceptional Display
Reginald Fairbanks wasn’t one to take risks. He was a man of order and precision. Hair perfectly coiffed, parted on the side, combed to the left. Meals three, served exactly six hours apart. Handkerchief square in the right pocket of his brown satin vest. Morning study, afternoon music, evening stroll, and twilight chess with a glass of cognac. Reginald was as predictable as the wheels on a bus and only slightly less interesting. He was a perfect clockwork of disciplined dependability. So even Reginald couldn’t quite understand why he agreed to the invitation.