Heist of Love by Dalton Breeden

June 27th, 2029, Day 87 “Alice I’m gonna be busy the entire day honey, I love you so much.” I told her squeezing her hand, tapping three times, and staring into her eyes. We’ve had a thing between us since we started dating where we’d tap each other three times to say I love you. It was my favorite form of affection. “Baby you seem … Continue reading Heist of Love by Dalton Breeden

A letter to my Father, From Eric Lethcoe

Dear Dad, Thank you for always being a mentor for me. Since the divorce, you’ve been there for me and made sure I was always cared for. If anything, the divorce very well may have brought us closer together as father and son. Even though we’re very far apart with distance, you’re always there, you always show that you care, and I can always count … Continue reading A letter to my Father, From Eric Lethcoe

Duct Tape Couldn’t Fix That

“Hey, Alyssa, come here!” “Why?” “Just sit down in the chair. We’re gonna do something cool.” I sat down in a gray lawn chair in my new living room. We just moved to Berkeley Springs, I was 7. The only furniture we had in our house at the time was a set of plastic chairs, and the table that came with them. We were using … Continue reading Duct Tape Couldn’t Fix That