She’d said, “You’re becoming obsessive.”
He wasn’t quite sure what she’d meant by that, but he was having a hard time letting it go.
He made a mental note to ask her about it as he shifted his weight, trying to get more comfortable in his spot behind the azaleas.
Brandon Barrows writes prose, poetry, and comic books. His story collections The Altar in the Hills (Raven Warren Publishing) and The Castle-Town Tragedy (Dunham’s Manor Press) are available from fine book retailers and his first novel is forthcoming. Find more at brandonbarrowscomics.com.