The Thing About Regrets

Dawn Q. Landau photo credit Flash Fiction for Friday Fictioneers 100 words Narrative Medicine The Thing About Regrets I have kicked many a stone down the tracks but that mutt still follows me. My best friend in medical school, older and wiser, had protested and stormed out of the canine lab that day. She would…

Swallowing Glass

Join me for Flash Fiction with Rochelle Wisoff-Fields at Friday Fictioneers. Follow the link to read what others are writing today. I realize that my narrative medicine posts have been morose but the stories have been writing themselves. My career has been mostly joyous but these stories of suffering, my own and my patients’ need…

The Main Attraction: Flavor Packed Superfood Salads

Im taking my nutrient packed salad to Fiesta Friday where you too can find amazing recipes and inspiration @TheNoviceGardener.com You can easily make a main dish salad using any fruits and greens that are fresh. When I shop for produce, I always have salad in mind. We eat some raw and some cooked vegetables every…

Friday Fictioneers: The Last Porch

Photo credit: Rochelle Wisoff-Fields The Last Porch By Tracey Delaplain It wasn’t just a locked porch that separated her from the big house. It was her locked memories. “I can sing a show tune,” she muttered to her attendant. Never alone. Yet, always alone. “Well Hello Dolly, It’s so nice to be to be, hmhmhm.”…

Tangling Roots

Photo credit: Melanie Greenwood Tangling Roots She heard the seductive call drift in on the soft breeze that brushed her ear, “Come and dance”. Was it the tumor speaking or did the maze actually beckon her? The hopeless grinding assault on her breast had left her drained and devoid of her own voice. She had…