Gina’s Plan

“They’ve been gone for a long time,” Gina said. “Jealous?” Natalie asked, watching her closely. “Of course not!” Gina snapped. “Maybe, they’re sitting down somewhere, talking. You don’t expect them to be walking all this time, do you? Whenever Graham and I went to a park, we walked for a bit and then, we found… Read More Gina’s Plan

Gone

She clutched the shell. It was a keepsake–one she would cherish forever. He had given it to her one afternoon as they walking along the beach. Those walks were the happiest moments in her life. Now he was gone. The virus had claimed him. He was only 40. 49 Words

The Intruder

A storm was raging outside.  The rain was beating relentlessly against the windows.  The lightning flashed across the sky and soon followed by the loud thunderous clap.  She hated storms. And being alone in the house didn’t help the situation.  She chided herself for coming ahead of the family to this place which been closed… Read More The Intruder