A Change of Pace Things at Fallbrooke Equestrian Center had been horribly wrong for quite some time. There had been an outbreak of a seriously severe equine illness, leaving half the stalls empty; horses having either left from death or being sold in order to keep the farm from going bankrupt.A Change of Pace42 minutes ago in Short Stories More Like This
"This isn't working!" Kipcha screamed in frustration, knocking random things off of her desk. "I've never heard of an outbreak lasting two years."
Jamie sighed, starting to pick up fragments of the broken coffee cup that had shattered on the floor. Kipcha continued her rant.
"We have two horses still in quarantine. We need to stop this thing right here and right now. If this spreads around to the other horses even one more time, we can kiss the farm goodbye." Kipcha sat down in her desk chair and clutched her head.
"Even if we do get through this and get back on our feet, what are we supposed to do? We had to sell a lot of our good horses including Enzo and Queeny. We have too m
Ariza's TheoryMom used to tell me about my little brother. She never met him either, but she’d heard a lot about him. She showed me pictures of him and he’s real cute. What I can’t get over is his white hair. He looks a lot like Dad.Ariza's Theory17 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
I don’t remember my dad too well to tell the truth. He disappeared when Mom died. I remember that he always called her his sweet Kee. I always thought it was lame and stupid, but most people just called my mom Kay. She had a real sweet voice.
Something I do remember about my dad is that he had a nice voice too. I always wonder what Seth sounds like and if Mara can sing because I can’t even though Mom and Dad could real well.
Mara is my dad’s wife. He never married my mom. Sometimes, though, I have these recurring dreams in which my dad loves me more than Seth and Mara. I know that it’s bad to wish for something like that, but truthfully I don’t mean it. I don’t like the dreams that much.
It is nice to believe he didn