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Just for the heck of it, I’m dropping a flash from my past. Below is the beginning of a short story that I wrote in college. It's nothing too exciting—just plain-old fiction—but it was a necessary scene for me to write at the time. Back then, I desperately needed practice writing the everyday scenes. I… Continue reading Scene – A Different Wind
TRUE OR FALSE? Before we die, the average time that a U.S. individual spends waiting on a red light is three months. I read this statistic somewhere when I was a kid. At first, it intrigued me. Then it scared me. But I got over it—I pushed it out of my thoughts, as I deducted… Continue reading Why—Just Maybe—You Should Run That Red Light
I saw a short commercial for Hertz (car rental company) on my phone the other day. In it, a mother was on her way home to reunite with her husband and kids. Adorable. It ended on the mother’s glowing, smiling face as she video-chatted with her family on the bus ride home. In the bottom-right… Continue reading Slogans That Need Rated, Volume I
A King is brought the news that his son has fallen in battle. A mother whispers those much-needed words just before she flicks off the lights for the night. A furnace spells imminent doom as it threatens to melt the eyebrows off of best friends, Woody and Buzz. We have all cried from experiencing events… Continue reading Crying from Things That Have Never Actually Happened