Standing at the chalk board midway through a word, the memory hit him.
Kenneth had always felt a bit different.
80% Of A Rat By D. I. Jolly “And it won’t be the last time, my friend.” He said as he raised a glass toward the poster on the wall. “Or that’s what you used to say, until it was the last time.” Thomas drained his glass and then said more quietly. “I miss you…
The Joy of Life Through Nature By D.I. Jolly (Part 2) FIND PART 1 HERE. Jones arrived at his office, with a take away cup of coffee in one hand and a brown paper bag, packed with a couple of deluxe sandwiches in the other. Under his arm was Frank’s folder, and despite his…
18th Birthday by D. I. Jolly “I have an issue, no… a problem… NO!… A conundrum.” Said Josh with what seemed to everyone else at the table like an exaggerated seriousness, but Johnny recognised the expression on his friends face and knew that for whatever reason, Josh was being sincere. “What’s wrong now?” “Well,’ Said…
The only thing better than complaining about the bitter cold of winter was complaining about the endless heat of summer.
To say that the weather was bad was to say that nature was bad, and the mere concept that weather could be good or bad was to anthropomorphise it beyond the point that Patrick was comfortable.
She was a cocktail breed, a little bit of everything shaken up and poured into a medium-sized dog with funny ears.
“Look at me when I’m talking to you!”
The grim realisation that the reason you ex is handling the divorce so much better than you, is because breaking your heart was only step 16 in their 18-step plan.