Time Capsulated – Friday Fictioneers

It's time for Friday Fictioneers, hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. This week's photo was provided by Sandra Crook. Join in the fun. Here are instructions. The objective is to write a 100-word story based on the photo prompt below. All are welcome. Genre: Memoir (100 words) Time Capsulated Time left no marks on our faces. It was … Continue reading Time Capsulated – Friday Fictioneers

Olympics, I’ve Gone Color-Blind

I've tolerated the pink wash of the gymnastics arena. I'll admit in the heat of the women's competition the other night, I was revved up by all the pink. I could barely make out the gymnasts in their red, or was it pink, leotards. That's okay, too. I'm good at squinting. But when they were … Continue reading Olympics, I’ve Gone Color-Blind

Olympic Fever, Pacific Standard Time

I have Olympic fever. I get it every time. I guess I'm not watching any news for the next two weeks. I don't want any results ahead of time, so I'm not talking to anyone about the Olympics. I don't want any spoilers. It's the only way. With an eight-hour time difference between London and … Continue reading Olympic Fever, Pacific Standard Time