Tag: snow

Third Winters

I wore a short sleeve shirt yesterday to go get food. It was brisk, but not unbearable. Today? Today it’s snowing. Why? Why would you do this to us winter?! At first there was no accumulation except on the cars. Now it’s starting to… Continue Reading “Third Winters”

One-liner Wednesday: Purity

I loved you with the purity of yellow snow.   Anyone who would like to try it out, feel free to use the “One-Liner Wednesday” title in your post, and if you do, you can ping back here to help your blog get more… Continue Reading “One-liner Wednesday: Purity”

Hand Holding

“Take my hand,” I said, louder than I thought I had, until I saw all the people looking. I reached up for her hand, “Hold my hand, please.” I kept my tone in check, maybe. She looked down at me, smiling, bright blue eyes… Continue Reading “Hand Holding”

Snow

I dressed as I had the day before. When I got out of my car to come inside, the grass was crisp under my feet, crunching, but it wasn’t wet. There was no humidity. The clouds were overcast, but not threatening. I expected the… Continue Reading “Snow”

Women Break My Heart and Nose

I was six. It was snowing, my parents were buying plane tickets in a time where you had to go to the airport in order to make the purchase. We didn’t have internet back then. It was snowing and I went to a friend’s… Continue Reading “Women Break My Heart and Nose”