“Mr. Bulluck, please sign here”, the bank teller asked. “Here”? replied customer Jackson Bulluck as he began writing his name. “May I have your key please”, the teller asked while unlocking the slight looking aluminum door blocking entry into the bank’s vault of safe deposit boxes. Bulluck handed the key to the woman and directed her with a wave of his hand to where his box was located.
“Love you, have a good day,” Bulluck said to his daughter as she shut the door to their Ford Escape. She did not say anything in return, but that was the standard for her. She did smile back to her father, then turned and crossed over the old crumbling sidewalk onto the tar-covered parking lot of her school. A gentle rain was falling from the drab gray sky, just another 4th grader’s school day in West Seattle.
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“Catherine likes me”, Jackson stated. “Are you kidding man”? Bill said and added, “Yeah she does, her friend Rebecca said she did in home room today”. “That is cool”, Bulluck said back to his friend while munching down on a sandwich. “I have track practice, today, but I think she plays tennis on those courts nearby, and man, I think she lives on the street above the football field”. To which Bill replied, “Sounds like you both can meet. Hey, I got to get to class. See you at practice”. “Right on, see you then” Jackson replied.
The First Twenty
Best Intentions…”The First Twenty”
“All Relationships begin, with the mystery of connection,
The First Twenty
”The First Twenty”
“All Relationships begin,
with the mystery of connection, and the best intentions…”
Best Intentions…”The First Twenty”, is a short story, a collection of twenty tales of young love from 1970 through 1980. It is written in a creative non-fiction format. A love story of one boy’s relationships with the girls in his life. From ten years of age, through to his twentieth year.