Wednesday, January 09, 2013


The shoes were laced and carefully tied. The tie was adjusted until it hit just the right length. A fountain pen was used to write a note and the stamp placed in precisely the right spot.

If he could have driven slowly to work so as to better appreciate the scenery, he would have, b
ut that would have created problems.


Richard (Rick) Georges said...

Sloppily. He wore tasseled loafers so he didn't have to tie his shoes. His tie was stained with breakfast the previous day, and didn't reach his ever expanding belt line. He used a smart phone to communicate, and didn't own a pen; except for the blue ball points he bought by the dozen at Staples. He couldn't remember the last time he used a stamp. He took the expressway to work, driving as fast as he could, worrying about being late for the first hearing of the day. He was FutureLawyer.

Michael Wade said...


That is great!