After decades of running his hardware store, Al is closing it for good. Why is the store closing? How is Al’s past tied to the store? This fictional story will evolve over time.
She isn’t sure where she is. Tough to make decisions without knowing whether she’s running away from danger or heading towards it. The story will evolve over time.
What memories trigger Jack’s emotions when he sees a carousel? Are they happy or sad? The story will evolve over time.
Photo: Captain William Smith House, at Minuteman National Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts, taken by the author, August 2017.
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