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[Trigger warning for suicidal threats.] Last Saturday, Jenna’s husband threatened to kill himself…again…for the fourth time in their 15 year long marriage. He was a good man most of the time, when he wasn’t drinking. Caring and loving. Jenna could … Continue reading
What a gorgeous autumn night, thought Stephanie as she gazed across the shimmering water from her spot on the retaining wall of the large pond. The pounding in her head eased up slightly, but the fogginess in her brain hadn’t … Continue reading
I’m sharing a funny tidbit from an email letter I sent my writer friend Craig this year, with whom, sadly, I haven’t corresponded in a long time. ****** Good morning Kraygue, I am in a weird mood this morning. It’s … Continue reading