A Second Chance Pt 4

Shug drove up that road for two hours before he stopped. I was furious with him.

Each time we’d pass a Shady Rest or other little family owned motel, I’d ask him, “How about here?”

Shug would look at it, grimace and say something like, “They pr

A Second Chance Pt 3

We cleaned up, dressed and packed our things. The rain had stopped but the day was overcast and a bit cool.

We drove to the office and settled up. I asked about the nearest restaurant and got directions. The nearest town was fifteen miles down the

A Second Chance Pt 2

We slept until nearly noon. When I awoke, I was spooned with my new lover. His arm was protectively draped across my waist, my own arm covering his. I lay there enjoying the warmth and safety, the feeling of a man next to me for the first time in suc

A Second Chance Pt 1

The rain slashed through my headlights like miniature meteors streaking Earthward. The slap-tick of the wipers was mesmerizing. Only the gut-grinding fear of losing traction on this two-lane road in the eastern mountains of Tennessee kept me from sur

Weekend Surprise

As you come home I am there at the door with a bag in each hand and the keys in my mouth. You reach up, take them out, and ask me whets going on. I reply that we are going away for the weekend. You are not sure but silently turn around as my eyes jus

A Marriage Agreement Part 8

It was almost noon when Cathy finished her errands. She stopped and had a nice lunch and went over her list again to assure herself that nothing was forgotten before heading home. Once at home, she lay out the items on the bed to admire her quickly a

A Marriage Agreement Part 7

Tom must have fell asleep for a little while as he did not hear his wife come back into the bedroom. When she turned on the lights is when he was awoken. She stood at the foot of the bed, hands on hips, and told Tom she was ready to continue. Cathy r

A Marriage Agreement Part 6

Tom hated to go to work today. He knew he had to tell Ellen by noon of his decision. He would simply tell her that his wife meant more to him than he let on. There was no reason to go into details as to what had happened between Cathy and himself. He

A Marriage Agreement Part 6

Tom hated to go to work today. He knew he had to tell Ellen by noon of his decision. He would simply tell her that his wife meant more to him than he let on. There was no reason to go into details as to what had happened between Cathy and himself. He

I Try to be good

Heather was always ready to please people, even as a young child. So there is no question as to why she is the way she is.

Just turning 16, she was preparing for a party in her honor. As her friends arrived, her parents kissed her goodbye and to

ME AND MY AUNTIE

THE STORY STARTED ONE NIGHT WEN I HAD TO TAKE MY AUNT TO A PARTY BECAUSE HER DRIVERS LISCENCE WAS SUSPENDED. AT THE PARTY SHE GOT VERY DRUNK SHE WAS DANCING WI

The Ride Home

I was 16 at the time, and I had been dating Amber for around a year and a half. We had been spending the weekend with her parents at a reenactment in Mason City, Iowa, and had been having a rather enjoyable time.

Amber was 14 at the time, and w

Can

We are supposed to meet in the park, for our first date. You arrive, and find me feeding the park’s ducks and geese. We greet one another, and I hand you some bread to break up and toss to the ravenous birds. It is late spring, so there are several h