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Jason Rimbaud

If You Don't Stop...I'm Never Coming Back Here

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It was summer, June 2000, when Greg and Mark first met on Lake Walton. Each summer after that, they would join their families for a summer vacation before parting ways for another year. It was summer, June 2000, Greg and Mark were five years old. 

June, 2000

"What are you doing Greg?"

"Nothing, just go back to sleep, sorry."

"If you keep snuggling me, I'm not going to sleep over here anymore."

June 2005

"Greg...what are you doing?"

"Nothing."

"It sure doesn't feel like nothing."

"Just go back to sleep, Mark."

"If you keep rubbing up against me, I'm not going to come back here next year."

June 2010

"Damn it, Greg."

"What now?"

"If you keep dry humping me when I'm asleep, I'm not coming back here again."

June 2012

"Jesus Christ, Greg."

"Yes."

"If you don't stop doing that with your mouth under the covers, I'm not coming back here again."

June 2015

"Oh Jesus, Greg!"

"You like that?"

"If you ever stop attacking me in my sleep, then I'll never come back here ever again."

 

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20 hours ago, Cole Parker said:

Jason's always been among the most talented we have here.  It's a pleasure whenever he gets off his duff and writes!

I've heard Jason makes a very good Plumb Duff. Perfect with custard... or cream.

 

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On 8/2/2021 at 6:37 PM, Cole Parker said:

Jason's always been among the most talented we have here.  It's a pleasure whenever he gets off his duff and writes!

 

C

Two years ago I was about finished with a post apocalyptic story centered around a dam in oregan. And my USB drive fell out of my bag and was run over. It was heartbreaking. It had all my stories, ides, unfinished product. Nothing was backed up.  
 

I have tried recreating what I lost but I couldn’t so I shelved that story and moved on.  
 

since I have been writing something new in between a very busy life. I have 86 pages written, about 33k words.  This one is set in Florida keys.  So Cole, I’m writing again. Consider me off my duff.  
 

J

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5 hours ago, Jason Rimbaud said:

 I have been writing something new in between a very busy life. I have 86 pages written, about 33k words.  This one is set in Florida keys.  So Cole, I’m writing again. Consider me off my duff.  
 

J

That is excellent news and makes my day!  Thanks for the update!

Just a note for all writers out there.  When I get well into a story, at least to a point where I'd be devastated to lose it. I begin putting it on a memory stick every night.  So far I haven't had to access one of those, but knowing it's there and knowing how fickle computers are, it gives me great peace of mind.

C
 

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you guys could try google docs, so that everything's saved and backed up online and can also be accessed through your phones. i used it when i went back to writing. already learned my lesson 10 years ago lol

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