In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Celebrate Good Times." You receive some wonderful, improbable, hoped-for good news. How do you celebrate? Wonderful? Yes. Improbable? No. Hoped-for good news? No, not really. Is this going to be a good time? I wonder if it is. If then, how should I celebrate? I'm not even … Continue reading So, The Story Has Been Concluded
A man once said that a gentleman should stand, offer a seat to those in need, to happily assist anyone, pay attention to whom he is speaking, open the door to ladies (especially the older ones, seriously!), etc.. A gentleman's business is nobody's business so that requires him to keep everything about him closed. A … Continue reading Barely Standing
Not that I mean taking down literally. I knew this kind of passion display and the bridge from a movie called Now You Can See Me. The scene was about two FBI agents locked their secret in a padlock, put it on the bridge or fence, and threw the key to the river. Now I … Continue reading Taking Down Pont des Arts
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Baggage Check." One might need a trolley to carry a backpack and other backpacks. Seriously, so much that even I was surprised when seeing the luggage for two hours flight trip. I, for one, only need one travel bag. Why do you need all those things? I … Continue reading I need A Trolley
In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "On the Way."