One-liner Wednesdays #47

Late (adverb) When the entire universe conspires against you and devises all manners of obstacles just so that you won't reach your destination on time, especially if it's something important. This post was written in response to today's One-Liner Wednesday challenge from Linda G. Hill. The challenge, as the name implies is to come with … Continue reading One-liner Wednesdays #47

Disastrous driving – a tiny tale

Melanie was on yet another driving lesson with her father. It was going somewhat fine until…"Mel, you're going too fast!""Oh, relax, dad. It's only 3rd gear""That IS fast for you. Lower to 2nd""MELANIE! HOW MANY TIMES HAVE I TOLD YOU TO PRESS THE CLUTCH BEFORE SHIFTING GEARS""BUT DAAAAD, I PANICKED!""MELANIE, STOP LOOKING AT THE GEAR … Continue reading Disastrous driving – a tiny tale

short story #27: Crossroads

It was well past midnight. The streets were dimly lit by the overhead lamps. The roads were empty and the shops had all closed for the day. The otherwise busy intersection was now deserted. Even the traffic signals had retired after a busy day's work and were flashing amber. This was the very traffic signal … Continue reading short story #27: Crossroads

short story #12: Grandma Agnes’ tryst with driving

50 years later, the sight of the abandoned car in the middle of a deserted farmhouse brought back memories.Agnes and Dave had driven to the open field.Agnes had taken Dave up, on his word.Something that he hadn't expected her to do.But he had obliged, delighted at the idea of spending more time with her.So here … Continue reading short story #12: Grandma Agnes’ tryst with driving