My blood froze; his smile widened. Advertisements
The thing about the end is that you so rarely realise it’s the end at the time. It’s only when you look back that you see all the signs, announcing “This is It!” Like that time I thought I had a best friend and a loving boyfriend. Well, I suppose I did have a best… Continue reading Endings
The fridge contents killed my passion.
And so, they discovered the door.
My hands shook noticeably as I adjusted the veil, my anxiety attributed to normal bridal nerves by the obligatory admiring posse. I barely recognised myself in the mirror; a version of me I had pined for, actively pursued and yet now baulked at. All the warnings levied at me now flashed through my mind; “Marry… Continue reading Bridal Nerves – flash fiction
Pretty shoes; raw heels, blistered toes.
On-line bullying. Real life consequences.