I’ll continue with Squishing Whistle Pigs for the time being. Last week’s post went over well, so I’m curious to know how the next few weeks will go. Squishing Whistle Pigs is a bit of a dark read, at least at first. The main character is heartbroken and rock-bottom with depression, struggling to find a hand hold on spirituality. I hope you all know how appreciative I am for you taking time out of your weekend to visit my blog to read and comment.
These are the next six following last week’s post.
Wasn’t time to say goodbye or to ask why. My mind hovers on an image of her face, wanting to picture her the way she was when we were in love. My emotions have become dull like the knife that unwillingly cut my breakfast, though I smother with the hash browns under sausage gravy.The wind is bitter this spring. The snow has lingered longer than past years. Honeysuckles bloomed late and the hummingbirds have moved on.
Please visit the official site for more great writers for Six Sentence Sunday, and click on some of my favorite Sixer’s here: Wendy S. Russo, L.J. Kentowski, Loni Flowers, Kelly Seguin, Mae Clair, Daniela Renelt, Karen de Lange, Mackenzie Crowne, and Steven Montano.
On a side note, I’ve relaunched my personal blog; It’s going to be a hoot, based on my abstract life and all the dumb stuff people do, namely myself. I hope you’ll visit and have a good laugh at my expense. The Karma Chronicles.