Alexand returns after having tried to reason with Georges De Somme but is still determined to find the identity of the woman who infected Katherine. It’s ten at night and she sits in the bar with Katherine. (Happy New Year everyone!) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
26 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 118: You’re In The Army Now Part 8”
May the New Year be filled with simple, slow moments that nourish your soul.
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Thanks, Laurie, Happy New Year to you too!
Great writing Cheryl!
You know…it almost sounds like I’m sitting down listening to actual people whenever I read your material. This one in particular reminds me of all those years I worked in the hospital. Brings back memories.
HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and I wish you prosperity for the future!
Hi Mark, thank you, btw I’m still checking your blog each week to see if there are any new drawings 🙂 and Happy New Year to you too!
I’ll see what I can “drum up” for you in the coming weeks.
Thanks Mark I’ll look forward to it.
I love this and am enjoying it so much. I look forward to reading more in 2014. Happy New Year…
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Thank you, and a Happy New Year to you too!
Love reading your stories. Looking forward to reading more in 2014. HAPPY NEW YEAR!
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Thanks, Francine, a Happy New Year to you too!
Happy New Year, Cheryl.
And a Happy New Year to you too, Stacy! Thank you.
Sad & beautiful. Thank you, Cheryl – and have a glorious New Year.
Thanks Lee, and Happy New Year to you too!
You are wonderfully creative and imaginative artist. I wish you the best for 2014. Kind regards,
Happy New Year to you too, Patricia, thank you! All the best, Cheryl.
Happy New Year to you, Cheryl… and thank you for sharing your wonderful words with us. Warmest wishes, Willow.
Thanks, Willow, Happy New Year to you too! Best wishes for 2014, Cheryl.
Happy New Year, Cheryl! Have a great 2014, and thanks for all the great posts last year.
Thanks Richard, you too, I’m looking forward to seeing more of your photography very soon. Happy New Year!
How sad a scene, and yet beautiful. Thank you for sharing with us again. And, may I say, I love the art!
Thanks, Zambini, glad you’re enjoying reading, and all the best for 2014. Cheryl
You know, I’ve been reading these stories going on a year, and I still am finding things that surprise and delight me. Here’s something that was hiding in plain sight, so seamlessly integrated that I took it for granted — the science fiction element to these stories — the “writers”, the teleportation… you never make a big deal of it, and in doing so, neither does the reader — this is just their world. Very well done, darling.
Thanks Helena, that means a lot, it makes writing this and sharing their story worth while to me.
Can’t comment! Reading the rest! Alex is being held at gunpoint, darling! If I don’t keep reading, she might die!