527: Dream Big

I have always believed in dreaming big. So I took a ballon, and I started blowing into it. I blew, and I blew, and kept blowing. The balloon kept growing. It grew until it was the size of a paper sack, it grew until it was the size of a suitcase, it grew until it…

525: Will There Be Peanut Butter?

Sadie licked the peanut butter off of her fingers and gave satisfied grin. “How about Tuesday?” Asked Annie. “Sure.” Said Sadie. “Will there be peanut butter?” “Lot’s of peanut butter.” Said Annie. Saturday arrived, then Sunday, Monday and finally Tuesday. Sadie arrived at 6:03 PM. “Where is the peanut butter?” She asked. “Can you hold…

523: A Revelation In A Cornfield

Renatta was a headache. Well, technically she had a headache. “Life’s not easy for someone with my condition.” Said Renatta. Her headaches were constant, and horrible. She visited specialist after specialist, but no one could figure out why she kept getting headaches. Then, one day, Renatta was walking through her neighbor’s corn field. The pollen…

522: What I Did With The Enchilada

So there I was, sitting in the grass eating a dang big Enchilada, and this dude walks up to me with a mustache. “Whatcha doing with that mustache, dude?” I yelled at him. He was grabbing it by the handlebar and dragging it around, and I didn’t think he was being nice. He glared at…

521: After The Fire

There was nothing left. The fires had moved through and destroyed everything. In some ways they were a mercy, those fires. You never regret what is taken from you. You just soldier on, knowing that you had nothing to do with the shit hand that got dealt in your direction and trying to make the…

520: Fish Sticker

Who wants fresh fish? Anybody, anybody? What, you in the back? Do you have a fish sticker? What? No fish sticker? How can you expect to buy fish without a fish sticker? We have a no fish sticker, fish buyer here. What should we do? Take him outside, you say? Take him outside! Take him…

519: Room To Run

Jessie loved to run, especially at night. As the moon shone overhead, the sound of her hooves hitting the hard packed ground echoed through the valley. Running during the day just didn’t hold the same appeal. Try as she might, Jessie just couldn’t enjoy it. Jessie loved the night. She was a night mare. Sometimes,…