A is for Argentina

They always went in alphabetical order, but since Pal Zeb was at the tail end of the previous flank, he was in front of Pal Andre. They made their way up the steep incline, talking little, preferring to let the trail guide them. The camaraderie was pleasant. Andre felt the familiarity of having Pal Andre … Continue reading A is for Argentina

The People You Meet

[Postcard] Dear Lisa, This has got to be the worst of all the days, as evidensed by the fact I am writing you a POST CARD because there is no wifi in this gd place. Do you see the number of stairs? Look at that and hold your breath while you count to 5,000 and you will still not truly understand how freaking boared I am.