The Basement

“Bad boy, staring at my legs like that.” She pushed the toe of her shoe against his shoulder, rocking him gently. “That’s what gets you into trouble. First you’re staring. Then touching. Then. Well, then you go too far is all, and then I have to clean up the mess.”

Stay out of – “The Shack”

(re-posted from about a year ago – because you never read it. Item G of a 5-part series Of course you can’t judge a book by its cover, but it’s okay to pick one because of it. When I saw the cover for The Shack, by William P. Young, I thought three things. First, I said,…

– the next book

Chris and Ann have never met each other but are both on a plane to Los Angeles.  Unfortunately, they will not get there.  The plane crashes, and there is a brilliant light into which some of the passengers are walking.  But Chris and Ann are both certain that they are just not ready to go.  As everyone…

– ghostly encounter III

The picture isn’t important or taken well.  It’s a light in my backyard.  It’s got a motion sensor that works well.   What doesn’t work well is the the light when there’s no motion. At dusk it’s supposed to come on steadily at half strength, then kick to full strength when motion is sensed.  But that’s…