Did you catch Monday's blog featuring Bill W's story, Consolation Parents? It's a short story written for the 2014 Summer Anthology The Backup Plan. The story is one of many of Bill's short stories written for the anthologies. Have you read them? He explores many different themes, social conventions, and more all packed into tiny bite-sized plots that can capture readers. This one pulled me in as a parent.
I picked this scene because it resonated so well with the emotions and showed
I read this story a long time ago, before I got the hang of the ‘like’ feature, or maybe I was so absorbed in the story I missed that step.
I have remedied my remiss and ‘liked’ the story, because I did like it very much. I remember thinking at the time ‘I could read more of their story, because the MCs were very engaging and endearing. It was as if I was a fly on the proverbial wall of a brick and mortar house not, and not just reading words on a page as it were.
Yes it was a dark time in my life but I had to go thru that to get to what I am today. I value your guidance and your friendship. I was meant to find DiC Chat.
Yes I'm finally living.
Michael Sir Thank You
i thank someone stopped me that night. I also thank someone i found this place. It has made the biggest impact on my life all good.
yes I know that night was a very dark night for me but it made me face some things I needed To fix and for me I had to go thru that to get to where I am today. Yes I’m still a work in progress but I’m alive. Which is so good
rick -- whatever caused you not to be able to open that bottle i'm grateful for. so happy for you that you've been able to take these steps into a new, brighter life. we're all here for whatever support we can provide