“Whack” the sound of the tennis ball colliding with my strings sent a vibration up my arm. I was playing tennis at the Easton Racquet Club with my brother. It was pitch black outside except for the huge lights above the tennis court providing us with blinding rays of white light. It was 9:00 P.M … Continue reading The Day That I saved a Newborn Sparrow
“John,” I whisper. “John are you up?” It was Christmas morning and I was waking everyone as I always do. My brother and I, well we wanted an Xbox, my little sister, she was probably too young to even know what she wanted, and my big sister… we all know what she wanted, a dog. … Continue reading Christmas Gifts
It was raining. Hard. Like the sky was crying about the war. Crying for the souls that were lost, taken, suffering, and for the ones to go. But the war had taken its toll on everyone. There was never enough food. We were living in constant fear of bombs, war, guns, death. But even in … Continue reading Safe?