It didn't feel bizarre, but suddenly I was in the cool of Bethesda chapel and the sweat on my skin grew cold. There was Doug's Dad, standing at the altar, tidying away paperwork.
I said "Hi" but he couldn't see me. I sat quietly in one of the pews.
Then I was in Archie's home, sitting at a table. A baby gurgled on his mother's lap. I'd forgotten he had a big sister, she sat eating an apple. His Dad held a newspaper.
They were talking, Dad, Mam and older sister, but what they said was not mine to know.
Neville Hunt about 1 month ago
Not quite so scary, this one, but nonetheless, I am sure there’s some horrific stuff just lying there ready to jump onto the page!
Peter Henderson 27 days ago
Hehehe I agree. I love it because I needed to read it 3 times to support the idea I'm dead. Nifty how you take the reader so close and then leave up to them to make the final decision.
Drew Martyn 26 days ago
A little respite perhaps, Neville :)
Thanks for your comments guys, I appreciate it.
(Difficult typing this with our new(ish) cat coming between me and the keyboard :) Oh well...)