Posts Tagged: Julia
Feeling tired, Julia sat for a while on the steps of the archway leading to the food market in Two Moon Square.
The world isn’t out there, Frank said with a wide gesture of his arm, the world as you see it has been invented by people not smarter than you. It is not something for you to see, nor a place to
Julia’s legs led her to a woman who was painting a flower. She watched her for a few minutes, until her hands told her to draw, right there, the woman and the flower on her notebook. She returned home hungry just
When Julia woke up, it seemed to her as she had slept for a week. On the sofa, in the living room, she found Todd the pianist listening to Gaia. Did Todd find a way to stop the passing of time?
Welcome home, said the Automaton. Kristen, Gaia’s mom, had left a spinach and ricotta tart in the oven and a note. I’ll be home late. Lots of kisses, Kristen.