Oh, the summer has passed, yet another school year begins, and I'm forced to acknowledge that my children have grown older and made me older. It's so strange to watch them grow up and remember my own youth in contrast. We make memories, I try to help them make memories, but it's so true that you can't go back and you never know... what might have been. This is just one more of many amazing stories posted by the promoted authors who have been shifted to Classic author status that new site readers
Do we see this adventure in a future story? I’m sure not silverwolf. You could title the story “As the houseboat floats” we go until we need to stop for cider” then we let the good times roll. Each stop a new adventure.
The people who went along on the trip are already asking when the next one will be. So, I think our late night dip into the lake was not too harmful to the overall experience. We took to calling that place where we were moored "Thunder Cove of Death". Though, no death happened, we know it was hungry for it. What's truly hilarious is the next day we saw someone else moored there. After about an hour, we heard a panicked voice. "Hey! One of the lines came loose!" We all cackled as they scr
What a wonderful piece of reminiscence. I wouldn't normally read a single chapter story of almost 16,000 words, but this one pulled me in, and I read it in a single sitting.
Thanks for the recommendation, Cia. Well worth the read!
Last month my nephew turned 13, and I had to help him celebrate becoming a teenager.
Today, my niece turns 21, Now she's legal, I promised to take her out gay bar hopping in my hood.
Tomorrow it's @Defiance19's 29th. I mean she's not only a friend but a beta reader. You know how expensive it is to buy 29 bottles of Australian wine?
I think I have like 2 bucks left to work with. How far can you stretch a Mickey Ds gift card?