This month’s newsletter is going to be a brief one since I’ve only published one story last month.
After this month, the amount of stories I will publish will go down to about once a month. I decided to focus on other things outside of writing for now. In the meantime, I will still keep this medium publication (and writing on medium in general) active.
In this story, you meet a lonely young man that fell in love with a finger. He adopted the finger after breaking up with his girlfriend. To him, that…
Once upon a time, there was a young man that went through a breakup. He was lonely and needed a companion and not another girlfriend. Done were the days of romantic relationships. He was allergic to everything that had hair so no pets for him.
Once upon a time, there was a woman that had a pet ear. She didn’t have not just any ear but a human ear. She named it Flower because it smelled and looked like one.
She took Flower everywhere she went. She took it to the grocery store, the gas station and even to the dentist’s office. The woman always carried Flower like baby.
“Flower was the best thing I ever had,” she said. “After divorcing my sixth husband, I knew I was done with marriage. I didn’t want a dog or a cat. I hated children. …
Once upon a time, there was a pothole on a road near Lubbock, TX that never went away. Every time someone tried to repair the pothole, it magically reappeared.
Some people thought it was a sinkhole but it wasn’t. It was just an annoying pothole. That pothole was responsible for many broken tires, cars, and sometimes entire delivery trucks.
Everything under the sun couldn’t fix that pothole. The road workers tried covering it with metal but the metal sank into the pothole. They tried covering it with wood but the pothole formed through the wood.
How is that even possible?
Once upon a time, there was a woman named Wilma that lived in a rainbow. She always showed up in this town called Appleberry. Every time the people of Appleberry saw her rainbow, they knew it was her. Usually after a rainstorm, she would arrive in her rainbow and spray glitter and pink mist in the air.
The glitter and pink mist made everyone oh so happy. Everyone smiled and hugged and waved at each other. The Appleberry townspeople smiled until their teeth dried out. They all laughed and danced. There were so many peaceful colors in the air.
It has been awhile since the first newsletter. I wasn’t able to post any stories last month. I had to deal with moving to another town after spending an endless amount of time looking for a new place. All is done and there are plenty of stories to recap from July if you missed them already:
In this story, you’ll meet a young man that always wear his socks. He has never and will never remove his socks. …
Once upon a time, there was a bear named Nome that lived in a large orange house.
The orange house was boring to look at. Nome wanted a cool house so he decided to renovate it. He thought about demolishing the house and rebuild it but instead he decide to only change the roof.
Son, we need to talk. We need to talk about the giant raccoon that’s in your closet. We can’t keep him.
In the past week, he has left tree trunk sized droppings in every room in this house. He has ate our furniture and our car. He has pissed in our sink and in our garden. Our home smells like an overnight unflushed toilet. This is unacceptable.
We know that you love animals and they love you but you can’t keep bringing them in.
Remember the last time you brought in that komodo dragon the other day? You begged and…
We are going to write a function called
filter_list that will accept an array,
l, as an argument.
You are given an array of integers and strings. The goal of the function is to return a new array of the same elements but without the strings.
// output: [1,0,15]
This function is pretty short so first we start by using the
filter method to filter out the strings from the input array. To check if an element is a string or a number, we use the
typeof operator. …