We race everywhere with our heads buried in our cell phones. What is in these monsters that is so important? Real people might as well be the wallpaper. This short story is an attempt to return us to the joys of interacting with real people through everyday happenings, especially with those we claim to love the most. Give it a try, while they are still here, you might like it. More
This is a story of how a day filled with mundane and common events can be transformed into a memorable series of events using only “loving human interaction.” I know those three words are a bit heavy, but it’s not really that complicated. It only takes fifteen minutes to understand.
Joseph Badame is a retired architect living in New Jersey. He is spending his remaining years working on projects to honor his late wife who was a master teacher. This book is one of his endeavors to pay tribute to her memory.