Mother of one, designer, maker, chef, babysitter, friend, sister and trying to get into fitness at the age of 30. I love reading and writing fiction and hope to get a novel published one day. I am inspired by books, movies and real life.
I had been driving all night. For once, it was not for the job that I had given up years before. We were on our way to Yellowstone, a chance to take in the unfiltered beauty of this country together.
Amala placed the beer mugs down onto the wooden tabletop, splashing the precious golden liquid in her rush. The drunkards didn't even notice her mistake, too far gone in their cups for that. One of the hairier men grabbed Amala by the ass and pulled her towards him in an animal gesture, at once slurring his words and dribbling beer down his chin.
The Girl and Her Shadow
The girl, she stood there in her room, eyes cast down towards the ground, she knows that shadows don't make a sound, but her shadow was not there.
"Just get your shoes on," I shouted frantically, one hand fumbling for my car keys in the bowl by the front door, while my other hand was full of bags and letters that need to be handed in on the first day of the school year. September, that time of year when the long hot days of summer start to dwindle and the leaves are already turning brown on the ground—oh and the school run begins once again after weeks hearing of "I'm bored" over and over.
It was a beautiful Summer's afternoon and Gringar couldn't believe his luck! Only last night at the local Alehouse had he met a beautiful lady, with hair the color of a raven, who had taken his breath away. Gringar laughed to himself as he strolled down the woodland path, thinking back to last night's frivolities.
The Worst and Best Day of My Life
Imagine the worst day of your life. What could go wrong in such a short space of time? Your life could be ruined, you could experience the worst pain you have ever felt, or you could lose something so dear to you that life loses all meaning. No one can ever prepare you for childbirth; people try and describe what it is like, but you can never really, truly know until you experience it.