I saw a man die tonight

Not exactly the way I wanted to begin this story, morbid, grey, but honest and true.
Every week the same drive to work, four hours, Okanagan to Vancouver, on the old number five and ninety seven. An hour of Gods perfect road, three hours of Hell. Steep inclines, fast declines, snow, ice, rain, winding roads… More
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  • Category: Fiction » Religious
  • Words: 3,220
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781775159704
About S.R. McKenzie

So who am I? I like to be vague in my stories, and about myself. Honestly telling people who I am is painful, I’d rather eat paint chips.

All I will say about myself, is that I am from the frozen prairies of Canada. I now live between the Canadian Napa Valley (heaven on earth) and lower mainland (metropolitan traffic hell).

I'm 37 and I have 5 children, aged 21, 11, 9, 5 & 3, and I love every second of it.
I own 4 small businesses, yes 4, all completely different, and I love them all like my babies. I also volunteer overnight at a homeless shelter at least once a week.

So you are probably wondering when I have time to write? I write when most normal people are doing that thing called sleep, I will get around to that someday.

Most people write because they have a good idea, or good story to tell.... I have neither, or maybe both, you decide. I write because I am absolutely obsessed with it, and with staying sane.
My life is like Robert Frost poem, “the road not taken”, except I took neither path. I made my own path right through the forest, and I have the scars to prove it.

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