Category: Short Stories

A Collage of Short Stories on Life and Humor.

Ten Tips To Fight The Holiday Blues

It’s a myth suicide is more common around the holidays.  Actually people are more prone to commit suicide in the springtime according to psychiatric experts.   However,  depression and stress seems more prevalent during the holiday season.  Why? Because many issues come to the surface during this vulnerable […]

Seattle: My Home Town

This past weekend I flew to Seattle to celebrate my mother’s ninety birthday.  It was an uneventful flight, exactly four and half hours.   I usually fly home twice a year to visit my mother and family.  A visit I look forward to.  Seattle is the home of Starbucks, Microsoft, Amazon, Nordstrom, […]

My Visit To Greece: Santorini

  Santorini is absolutely beautiful! The island with its deep, clear blue skies sits on the Aegean Sea.   It’s quaint villages are made up of white wash cave like homes decorated with blue dome roof tops.  It also known for it’s gorgeous sunsets.  Many islanders and tourists gather in Oia Village around seven in […]

Depression and Men: Suffering in Silence

Clinical Depression is not pretty.   It’s a serious medical condition that can affect your peace of mind, disrupt your interpersonal relationships, negatively affect your sexual desire as well as interfere with your overall everyday life.  Medical illnesses such as stroke or cancer can bring on clinical depression. […]

My Day in St Augustine!

My sister, Crys and I, along with her partner Jackie made an impromptu visit to the oldest city in the United States this past weekend, St Augustine, Florida, a city on the Atlantic coast.  My sister whose birthday is on the 4th of July suggested we go there.  I have […]