Like a semi truck, the pull of Santa’s sleigh created a large wind drift pulling behind him. In the wake of his departure, a large windstorm brewed, stirring up the ground below. Kid’s plastic swimming pools, out of place in the frigid climate, frisbeed across the horizon. Garbage cans barreled through the streets, chasing each […]
Credit Karma is a common sense explanation of the American economic system; including the hysterical history behind this most cherished commodity.
2nd edition, rewritten for a speech
American History $atire is a common sense explanation of the American economic system; including the hysterical history behind this most cherished commodity.
The final, full version of Reflections in the Pond. This furry, allegorical fable is full of humor, inspiration, and truth. In writing this piece, I had a lofty goal of appealing to people of all belief systems and backgrounds; along with creating a story where the lesson you learn changes every time you open the pages. It is not a fairy tale about how things should be, but a fable that is eerily similar to the way things often are. Please enjoy!
The finale event of our coming of age, forest fable. Heartwarming and Heartbreaking, c’est la vie Thank you for taking this journey with me!
Woody quietly snuck into the home and went straight to his room. Mom was making supper in the kitchen and dad was down in the den. He found himself staring at the ripples of the pond through his bay window, soaking in the comforting aromas of his mother’s supper. A scream and a howl screeched […]
A group of teenagers contemplate deep esoteric questions in life and prove the value of friendship in the fourth part of Reflections in the Pond
The continuation of this furry fable finds the father and son Beaver debating rights and roots.
Life imitates art and life isn’t always pretty. I don’t get to take too much credit for creativity on this one; the beginning a terrible memory and the end an all too real possibility.
The continuation of this furry fable finds the Beaver family working hard to control forces of nature that may just be beyond their control.
A forest fable, where the lessons you take from the story are the ones you are ready to learn. May you see something different every time you read it. (scene one)
You have to pull the grass out just so; and not just any piece of grass. It should be a fairly thick piece that is wider than your thumb, and longer too. The longest blades of grass should be left to complement the wind as it sings across the prairie; the smaller blades stay to […]