Tag Archives: short story

A Different Way of Seeing

I wrote this several years ago, and it was published in the anthology entitled On Being a Pharmacist: True Stories by Pharmacists, compiled and edited by Joanna Maudlin Pangilinan and J. Aubrey Waddell. It was published by the American Pharmacists … Continue reading

Posted in blog, On Being a Pharmacist: True Stories by Pharmacists, pedometer geek, short story, Uncategorized, Writing | Tagged , , , , | 11 Comments

Annie’s Snow

A new story about Annie and her love of snow (and no, this is not a desire to rush winter). Annie’s Snow It was a winter of snows upon snows; a winter of snowmen, of snow angels, and of snowball … Continue reading

Posted in Annie, blog, pedometer geek, short story, Uncategorized, Writing | Tagged , , , , | 6 Comments

Annie’s Apology

Another short story from the archives. Hopefully, a few new stories like Flying Lessons will be written and posted. In the meantime: Annie’s Apology In fifth grade it seems as if girls and boys go through a stage where they … Continue reading

Posted in Annie, blog, pedometer geek, short story, three breaths, Uncategorized, Writing | Tagged , , , , , | 4 Comments

Annie’s Crush

Another from the archives: Annie’s Crush Annie remembered the first time she had music class. Music, or at least singing, had never been a big thing at her home. Neither of her parents professed to have any singing abilities even … Continue reading

Posted in blog, pedometer geek, short story, Uncategorized, Writing | Tagged , , , , | 5 Comments

Flying Lessons

Flying Lessons: An Annie Story Annie always had vivid dreams, many of them nightmares that included being chased by nebulous horrors including spiders. One dream, in particular though, was so pleasant, so exciting that it spilled into her daytime. Even … Continue reading

Posted in blog, pedometer geek, short story, three breaths, Uncategorized, Writing | Tagged , , , , | 5 Comments

Cursive Writing: an Annie story

Cursive writing is no longer taught in most schools.  With the advent of computer keyboards, it has fallen by the wayside as inconsequential; however, that wasn’t always the case. Annie and her class started to learn to write in cursive … Continue reading

Posted in pedometer geek, short story, Uncategorized, Writing | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

Annie’s Tests

Disclaimer: There is a word that may be offensive in this story; my apologies to anyone who reads it and may be offended, but is written in the vernacular of the times. Please do not think it reflects the attitude … Continue reading

Posted in Annie, book blog, pedometer geek, Uncategorized, Writing | Tagged , , , | 6 Comments