Time Gone By – Part 9 – Science Fiction

People might be wondering where the “science” part is in this story. It’s coming, but I’m not sure when. This is a work of fiction. We spent a while preparing the spaghetti with meatballs (everyone agreed that chopped up hamburger patties were a great meatball substitute), and we also made pancakes, hashbrowns, and all theContinue reading “Time Gone By – Part 9 – Science Fiction”

Time Gone By – Part 8 – Science Fiction

This is a work of fiction. By dinnertime, everybody had something on their needles, and it had stopped raining. While Lydia helped me with the dishes, the boys ran around, burning off the energy they hadn’t been able to use up that day. I woke up at midnight, and on my way back to myContinue reading “Time Gone By – Part 8 – Science Fiction”

Time Gone By – Part 7 – Science Fiction

This is a work of fiction. I didn’t let the boys sleep in, and at first, I took Freckles’s silence for tiredness. Therefore, I was expecting him to complain loudly when I asked him to help with the dishes, but he didn’t. “Grandma,” he said, “can I talk to you about something?” “Yes, of course.”Continue reading “Time Gone By – Part 7 – Science Fiction”

What I Plan to Do This December

On December 1, 2019, I posted this summary of my NaNoWriMo 2019 accomplishments. On December 1, 2020, I plan to add revising “On Ice,” the science fiction novel I wrote, to my work schedule. About “On Ice.”This isn’t an official blurb or anything, but I wanted to give you an idea of what it’s about.It’sContinue reading “What I Plan to Do This December”

Time Gone By – Part 6 – Science Fiction

This is a work of fiction. “What are we doing now?” Freckles asked. “Let’s all go for a hike.” “I need a nap,” Sammy said. “Can I stay here?” “Yes, but are you sure you don’t want to come with us?” “I can’t have a nap if I’m hiking, can I?” “No, but it mightContinue reading “Time Gone By – Part 6 – Science Fiction”

Time Gone By – Part 5 – Science Fiction

This is a work of fiction. It was Lydia’s turn to help with the dishes. While the boys ran around, burning off breakfast, Lydia washed and I dried. “I heard them,” she said. “What did you hear, and whom?” “Benjamin, Samuel, and David.” She stopped talking and scrubbed vigorously at something that was cooked ontoContinue reading “Time Gone By – Part 5 – Science Fiction”

Time Gone By – Part 4 – Science Fiction

This is a work of fiction. At 5:15, Lydia and I approached the camp site. As we did, I heard the boys laughing. Good, they were having fun. Then I heard what sounded like some weird electronic noises. We came out into the grassy area where the tents were, and I saw all three boysContinue reading “Time Gone By – Part 4 – Science Fiction”