” Moody; Bah-Humbug!”


Eighty-seven-year-old Wilbur Wainwright, the owner of a window installation company, based in Ottumwa Iowa, began the business sixty-three years ago. He married once, divorced within a year, and never had any children. He never remarried again. He never attended church, never contributed to any charitable organization within his community and his business closed only for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Mr. Wainwright wanted his employees to address … Continue reading ” Moody; Bah-Humbug!”

“Funny Dilemma.”


  The church elders had a horrible dilemma as hundreds of parishioners gathered for the viewing and funeral of 66-year-old Francine “Fanny” Fitzgerald, a member of the church for 66 years, however, she was not inside the coffin. When Deacon, Saint explained to Minister Paul, their dilemma. The looks of shock settled over his face. After calling the mortuary to confirm, they delivered Mrs. Fitzgerald … Continue reading “Funny Dilemma.”

“Punishment”


Punishment is a form of revenge for victims who suffers directly from an offense. However, others who become aware of the offense, by sight or knowledge usually voice their opinions and desires to see some a form of punishment. Hence the statement, crime against humanity, we all suffer. Since the beginning of time punishments have become the norm to correct certain heinous behaviors although most … Continue reading “Punishment”

“Modern Families”


If one of your late ancestors were to come back from the dead and join you for dinner, what things about your family would this person find the most shocking? If any of my dead ancestors appears to join me for dinner, I will show shock in my eyes and fear in my feet as I run away faster than a sprinter in the 100-yard … Continue reading “Modern Families”

“Your Days are Numbered”


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Your Days are Numbered.” What’s the date today? Write it down, remove all dashes and slashes, and write a post that mentions that number. Because of my NaNoWriMo writing commitments, I respond to this post days after 11/08/2015, when it was posted originally. Spelling out, eleven, zero, eight, twenty-fifteen, reveals nothing in particular. However, using all five words in an … Continue reading “Your Days are Numbered”