Nov 7, 2010
Welecome to the 5th instalment of my short story collection I have titled, "Stories I Tell on Myself." We have two stories this week that I think you will enjoy!
Story 9 Letter to a Doctor.
Forms are an important part of our everyday life--- and were before we were old enough to understand. This particular form, very au courant, which is the basis for the story is a letter to a real doctor to be signed by a real patient when email activated. It is an incredible piece of paper that one day could end up in my file ---or even---. I hope it never gets activated. What do you think?
Story 10 There are Rocks and There are Rocks.
All I did was take two relatively small pieces of marble from the Vermont countryside, in search of something indigenous to the territory, small enough to put in our station wagon and cart the 700 miles back home. As part of my career moves after that, we let Mayflower Moving Company have the honor.
They are at rest now, perfectly positioned on our patio to be seen and admired every day. They’re part of the family. Listen and find out why I think that’s important and amazing. Hard to imagine!! Almost.
I encourage you to provide feedback on this story or any of the earlier shorts by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by voicemail at 1 206 339 5456.