Journal

Ed Feathers

Boats have always fascinated me. I mean, how do they stay afloat? Does it have something to do with air or gravity? I’m not sure, but boy do they float good. Is a raft a boat? ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

Ed Feathers

Zombie Cake It is hard to say where it all started, but when I think about it, I believe the meteor crashing into the barn is when things changed. We tried to ignore them at first. But when they started breaking in and smashing things, we couldn’t ignore them anymore. They were zombies. Reanimated dead, but not like in the movies. Our zombies only ate cake, but they were vile disgusting creatures nonetheless. It is quite unnerving to see a rotting former human sitting at your kitchen table eating a piece of chocolate cake and moaning, oozing slime and decaying before your very eyes. It was yellow cake with chocolate frosting, my favorite. “I made that cake for me, not you Zombie!” Sometimes I just want to cry (tears). ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Ed Feathers

#3 Christmas Shadow Living a life in the shadow is not easy. Except on days when there is an eclipse, then it is like Christmas Morning all day long (or for the duration of the eclipse). Also, nighttime is a good time to live in the shadows too. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Ed Feathers

Mike asked me how my writing was going. I got so angry that I ran outside and chopped down a tree. The tree fell on Mike’s car and he was furious. To smooth things over I threw my ax down and ran like the dickens. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Ed Feathers

When I was in my early twenties someone framed me for murder. I never found out who it was or who was murdered, I just had the feeling that I was being framed. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago