By: Adam Sutton PART I “Is that the Mrs. George?” her husband teased. “The one with the most patience and more love than any human being has ever mustered. The one all the parents want teaching their kid,” he pressed on. “The Mr. George better get out of here. You see this grading, right?” “I … Continue reading Fly on the Wall: Mrs. George Part II
By: Anonymous I tend to reflect a lot in my downtime, and I will admit that there are times that it isn’t all that positive. I’m anxious by nature, so these thoughts do little to help settle my mind. “Am I being a good enough father?” “Am I eating the right foods?” “Am I doing the … Continue reading 10 Steps to Better Living
By: Anonymous Jensen was quiet. He was tall, skinny, and had a dark complexion. The type of person to make a joke, and you weren’t entirely sure if he was being serious or not. He was in a fraternity at our college, even though he was the last person you would picture to be in one. … Continue reading Where’d Jensen Go?
By: Anonymous Until I was 25, nobody had ever told me NO. I had always dated those boys. They were bad but not stupid. So, they always said yes, and I was nice to them. My first boyfriend was 4’11 and always thought we were auditioning for the WWE. He wanted to wrestle and fight … Continue reading My Mike