Hello Again

Her empty coffee cup clatters quietly as she sets it on the table, a by-product of her slightly shaky hands. Devoid of the cup, her fingers tremble and she grips her hands together, clenching them in a bid to mask the tremble. She's certain she doesn't know him, though he does look familiar, insofar as… Continue reading Hello Again

The Protection of Strangers

In a stressful situation, such as public speaking, I'd rather be around strangers. Around people I know, I would feel pressured to prove myself, prove something. With people I don't know (and therefore don't worry so much about) I could safely do a speech or whatever, secure in the knowledge that even if I do… Continue reading The Protection of Strangers