NOSTALGIA

'Closed'. The sign hung on the entrance to Rock 'n' Rogers 50's Diner. 'What will you do now?' asked Rock. Rogers shrugged, 'Head further south, try again.' 'Still think it'll work, huh?' 'Sure do. People love nostalgia.' 'Sure, for certain things, maybe they don't want to be reminded about everything.' 'It was a simpler time, … Continue reading NOSTALGIA

NOSTALGIA CAFE

'What's that?' Jessie pointed outside at the stars and stripes fluttering on the flagpole. 'That used to mean something.' 'I like the colours, it's pretty.' 'It sure was. Ready for your food?' 'I can't wait to try it. You used to eat these 'hot dogs' all the time, Gramps?' 'And burgers, chips, pizza.' 'This food … Continue reading NOSTALGIA CAFE

G IS FOR GLASGOW, GREAT BRITAIN

A STORY OF THE GARDEN FESTIVAL IN GLASGOW, GREAT BRITAIN It had been a glorious summer. Glasgow didn’t get many of them. Perhaps it was fate that the year of the Garden Festival was the warmest and driest summer that anyone could remember. The festival was meant to regenerate the wastelands that had been left … Continue reading G IS FOR GLASGOW, GREAT BRITAIN