Remembrance of Times Past

by DCH Park Charlie Girl was Fitzwilly’s pack mate. Along with their three humans, they formed a pack. It was small, but it was good. Fitzwilly was also known (at least to himself) as Doggie Chi. Those who knew him as Fitzwilly didn’t necessarily recognize him as Doggie Chi. It...

Sand Gets In-Between Your Toes

by DCH Park “I don’t remember what day of the week it was, but it must’ve been a Saturday or Sunday. I used to work a nine-to-five job back then and I remember spending the whole day with you. I wouldn’t have been able to do that if it wasn’t...

Feeding Time

by DCH Park Fitzwilly and Charley Girl came back inside with their person. It was morning time and they had just gone outside to relieve themselves. It was still dark out but the cold air hadn’t penetrated their cloaks of warmth, yet. They were still toasty in their cores. That...

Bearhug – Part 2

by DCH Park He looked around. He was at work. He remembered this job. It was from several years ago. He was wearing a suit and tie and talking with a friend from school. They were in grad school together. They were both working as part time consultants in one...

Driving

by DCH Park The sun shone brightly as Henry drove down the highway alone. Four lanes of busy traffic stretched to the distance before and behind him and four more lanes were on the other side. The median strip was wide and grassy. It dipped in the middle and guard...

A Special Spot by Ingrid Dean

Worried parents reported that their sixteen-year-old son was missing. They thought he had run away, but they had no idea where...

Dad's Watch

My dad died ten years ago. I still have his watch. It’s a heavy thing, gleaming and golden, with a raised square on the crystal over...

The Circle of Existence: Chapter 10 - Awareness Over Discipline

In my control class in college, we studied various ways to design and analyze dynamic control systems of various types, ranging...
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