Pretending it's Daytime

A college student's one week gig as a live-in sitter for two wealthy kids proves more than challenging. Published in Side Show, 1996.

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Words: 7,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301997473
About Louisa P.

Louisa has taught literature courses at the University of Washington as well as writing courses at the Evergreen State College and several Puget Sound area community colleges. Her short stories have appeared in Calyx, The Bellingham Review, and other literary journals, one having won the Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction. An avid ballet dancer in her 50s, she also pursues wilderness adventures as a mountain climber, thru-hiker, and instructor of mountaineering.

She is the author of A Spiritual Evolution: How 14 after-effects of an NDE helped cure my addictions and changed my life, and an essay, God Evolved, as well as The Purpose of Gravity and Other Fabulous Stories.

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