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If I Should Die
Peyton Farley has settled into a new life in southwest Montana. Research and fact checking for a local newspaper is a perfectly safe job, or is it? One morning, Peyton awakens and finds a strange man in lace up work boots who is bleeding out on her kitchen floor. As Peyton calls 911 from her bedroom, someone is stealing the body.
Milk Carton People
Milk Carton People is a paranormal thriller about people who suddenly find themselves invisible, able to observe things but unable to participate. Do they go mad? Maybe they find others. It is quite possible that there is no point in being invisible.
Tag Archives: sleep medications
In Montana, we don’t have year-round flying insects. We have two seasons, Winter and July. Sunburns, forest fires, mosquito bites, grasshoppers and Moths, mark the month of July. Yes, some of these things happen in June, after the last snowfall. … Continue reading
That evening I went into the bedroom, did a mouse in the bed check, got comfy and took out the real book, made of real paper. Attached to the book was the most amazing bit of McGyver-ism I have ever seen.
I called my son in to see if he had anything to do with the melding of technology. Then I called my darling husband in for his opinion. Neither of them admitted to doing it, so it had to be the cat, the turtle, the parrot, the service dog or me. Since the animals do not have thumbs, I am going to accept that the fixer of lights is none other than the user of sleep meds.
The news is generated as a platform for ads aimed at the new middle aged America. You need a notebook and a doctor’s appointment to sort it all out. You can ask your doctor for something that will lower your bad cholesterol and lower your blood pressure. That done, you can get a little pill to cure impotency. If you go this far it is time to get the new instant blood sugar meter. When you feel really spunky there is the issue with bladder health.
I have a packet of easy to swallow gel-caps. To get my sleepless fingers on one of the easy swallows, I first have to get it out of the blister pack away from its neighbors. Once the tiny square is separated almost by court order, I have to get through the second line of child deterrent, the peel back paper, plastic, foil layer. Once that is done, with the assistance and watchful eye of a child, the easy to swallow gel-cap is in my hand, ready to swallow. I am quite worked up by this time and pop it in, then chase it with my handy bottle of tap water.