Fiction, Health and wellbeing, Melbourne, Relationship and marriage, Weather, Writing

At the local pool

'A what?' I ask. 'Brammer,' she replies. 'Don't you think he's a real brammer?' My friend, Maggie, is always trying to display her superior language skills. 'Never heard it before, so I can't say.' 'A remarkable, attractive person,' Maggie says with a smirk. I can't argue with her. He is quite dishy. As usual, Maggie's… Continue reading At the local pool

Fiction, Health and wellbeing, Melbourne, Relationship and marriage, Writing

Picking up in the bar

Dave was chatting with his three mates when the world stopped turning. Out of his periphery, he saw her. Noise sucked into a vacuum. He glanced at Rob, whose lips were moving and his eyes flashing brightly—no doubt he was regaling an hilarious tale—but Dave heard nothing. The woman strode towards the bar. Dave left… Continue reading Picking up in the bar