I have never taken the New Year resolution very serious. I suppose I always allowed the view of others’ failures to cheapen the overall idea. It wasn’t until 2013 when I realized I should set a New Year’s resolution for myself. I thought about what it was that I wanted to do and it wasn’t long before I realized my goal.
It was truly an honour reading a story that I was the inspiration for, so here it is from the mind of Caliber Winfield – Till Death Do Us Part Is For Sissies…
As most of you know, I’ve long since mastered the art of writing non-fiction. So, I will on occasion take the foray into the world of fiction, and hope things turn out well.
This story here is one I wrote a while ago, and one I feel comfortable enough to share. I think everything I do is damn great, but honestly this story isn’t half bad. So, I’m posting it here and I’d really like to hear what you guys think. Lemme know in the comments, or hit me up by email email@example.com
TILL DEATH DO US PART IS FOR SISSIES By Caliber Winfield
Most would let the end of the World effect their relationship, for Roger & Erin, not much had changed. They hadn’t much need for most of the World before it started ending, so this whole “it’s over” thing hadn’t really caused them to skip a beat…
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Saturday, January 26 2013 I attended the Naptown Roller Girls bout vs The Cinncinatti Rollergirls at the Indiana Convention Center in Downtown Indy. Accompanying my girlfriend Erin actually since she is my own derby girl and proud member of the Terrorz of Tiny Towns Diesel Dollz out of Columbus, IN. It was our first time watching Naptown and we got to not only watch one but two bouts. Naptown’s junior-varsity Warning Belles taking on Cinncinatti’s junior-varsity team The Silent Lambs followed by Naptown’s veterans the varsity team of The Tornado Sirens as they hosted the Cinncinatti’s varsity team The Black Sheep in what was billed “Brawl of the Wild”