Last Thursday evening I bicycled to the Santa Cruz Metro Bus Station to catch a bus out to Soquel to watch a spoken word event. I arrived five minutes ahead of the scheduled departure, but the bike rack on the front of the bus was already filled to its maximum capacity of three. I queried … Continue reading A Generous Bus Passenger
After many years of toiling away on short stories, short stage plays, two act stage plays, poems, a novel, and other assorted projects, a month ago I began writing my first screenplay for a feature length film, and I'm already up to page 60! And since I see this movie being an hour and a … Continue reading I’m Writing A Screenplay!
https://carrotranch.com/2019/02/01/january-31-flash-fiction-challenge/ They sat on the beach and watched the ocean waves against the setting sun. "So this is it?" she asked. "Yeah, everything's set," he answered. "I'll stay at a friend's place while I look for a new job. Shouldn't take long." She looked over at him. "Really wish you could stay," she pleaded. "So … Continue reading 99 Word Prompt: Sea Mist
I imagine it's quite easy to spot the mistake in the above picture, taken on the Sunday afternoon of July 22, 2018 across the street from my building. But in addition to blatantly parking right next to a fire hydrant, this vehicle had neither a parking a sticker nor a day pass hanging from the … Continue reading What’s Wrong With This Picture?
https://carrotranch.com/2018/04/05/april-5-flash-fiction/ Horace ran around the town square under the midday sun laughing and whooping while doing flips and cartwheels. "Horace is acting rather strange," a townsperson observed. "He sure is," another concurred. "Must be because it's spring," a third interjected. "He does act strange when the seasons change." "But this is out of control," the … Continue reading 99 Word Prompt: Sun Silly
I saw this humorously sarcastic no-parking sign in front of a condominium complex while bicycling along West Cliff Drive. Only in Santa Cruz.