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Love, Prose, Elevator Tales

Apartment stories.

by Mona Nomura

Tokyo — Some say concrete apartments are too cold and makes them uneasy. Concrete apartments are my only choice. I love the simplicity and the clean lines. I stare into my walls for hours on end thinking of nothing, everything. My building inspires me. I think of many things often and many things daily, walking down the corridor and riding the elevator up and down. It’s the perfect start and finish to my...

Parenting, motherhood, Love

Watching angels dream

by Crystal Sullivan

Augusta — I live for these beautiful, ordinary moments. Nestled in my bed are two precious angels: my daughter and son. They are curled up in sunlight and blankets, their golden hair wild on the pillows. Tangl...

postcard, Friends, Love

Love, with a stamp.

by Ricardo Magalhães

Reykjavík — “What on earth are you doing? Why are you mailing them so slowly? It’s cold, get on with it!” — I said to her, barely feeling my fingers. It was our last night in Iceland, and being in Reykjavik meant...

Life, Love, Food

Same story. Different city and When Enough is Enough.

by Mona Nomura

Miami beach — “You recommend ceviche? Ceviche… as in the dish with the raw fish?” I couldn’t help wonder out loud. After all we are in Texas, the land of steak, brisket, sausage and all kinds of fried and grilled...

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