"So how does this work?" He turned his head to meet her gaze. Normally, she would have looked away, but she forced herself to stare back. The words caught in her throat. It doesn't. It only ends one way. She shrugged. How could she ruin such a strange and euphoric afternoon like this? She had … Continue reading An afternoon
I fell asleep last night during a movie and I was back in my old apartment. I was in the process of feeding my dog and I noticed that Dieter had some large tumors on his back. I put the food in his bowl to distract him and tried to take a closer look. As … Continue reading Dream diary: Dementia
This dream starts at my previous apartment in Stevens square, but outside was like the backyard of my childhood home. The only lights on were in the main living area and the tiny kitchen that I was walking out of. It was almost time to go to work, I had just finished have breakfast and … Continue reading Dream diary: My cat! My cat!
I walked into Ikea to find that they had expanded and remodeled. I was looking for something very specific, but I got lost trying to locate the right department. I wasted a lot of time retracing my steps and trying to escape the children’s furniture, not to mention the children…and all the customers. I ended … Continue reading Dream Diary: IKEA
In this dream I was walking around south Minneapolis near where I lived when I first moved into the city. My ex appeared. He tried to confront me and when I walked away he kept following me. He was extremely upset and blaming me for the sorry state of his life. According to him I … Continue reading Dream diary: Uncomfortable situations
Once the Queen was settled in her chambers, Aimée excused herself and returned to the rooms she shared with her aunt, the Countess de Lannoy. The common room was empty as Aimée crossed to the writing desk and sat down. She laid the letter before her with her hands resting on top of it, the … Continue reading 1619: iii
“Mademoiselle, I believe you dropped this,” a guard stooped to the ground and picked up a letter. The three women stared at him with curiosity as it was unusual for a guard to speak. Aimée had been on the verge of denying dropping anything when she recognized Jacques. The words stuck in her mouth as … Continue reading 1619: ii
“He hasn’t sought my company at all since the gala. It’s as if he purposefully avoids me,” Anne whispered to the Duchess as they strolled arm in arm down the long gallery. Aimée followed close behind, still privy to the conversation. “I’m sure that is not the case, Your Majesty. How could he not desire … Continue reading 1619: i