MY FINGERS NEEDED TO TYPE, & HAUNTED
It's the end of the week. Most people eagerly await this day. Not me. I love my weekdays, but it IS almost time for Game of Thrones. So I do have that.
I'm sitting at Starbuck's this morning. There's a ton of stuff in my planner. Lots of questions to myself and decisions that need to be made. One of those questions has to do with a small box of copies of The Missing Loved Ones I just received; I'm trying to decide if I should record an Unboxing , even though it's not the first time I've opened a box of them. We'll see.
This post is all over the place by the way. I needed to get some typing out of me before I put the iPad away to do some pen and paper work. It's like that when I've been away from the keyboard for more than a day. I've been away from it for about 3 days. Two of those days I spent hiding from anything that pissed my migraine off any more than it already was.
I truly dislike those days.
Anyway, I want to share a short story I read this morning from Fireside Fiction. It's called Haunted by Sarah Gailey. I thought she did a great job of telling a ghost story from a different perspective. You should give it a read. Won't take much of your time.