WuToWu # 72: An Ode to Shop Rite Fried Chicken

Dear Jessica, It’s nice to see you flexing your fiction muscles; I’m glad you filled in a little bit of the backstory of Hemingway’s famous six word short story. I’m transitioning back out of fiction for this post, which is the third of three parts of my summer writing project. I apologize for the brevity;…

Rejected Movie Pitches

Rejected Movie Pitches -to the Yee Family I Once upon a time, there was a beaver named Chad. Chad really liked popsicles. One night, he saw a lady beaver with pink fur. He gave her a popsicle, but she didn’t like it. Chad was distraught, so he decided that he would make a better popsicle.…

WuToWu #71: A Dip into Fiction

Hi Curtis, School is back in session! Mom kept it together this year, but we’ll see about next year. I’m enjoying watching your adventures on the east coast as I return back to the classroom. I’ve noticed a trend in the past few blog posts from you: the expansion into more fiction. Since I haven’t…

WuToWu Summer Edition #9: An Eccentric Faith

Hi Jessica, Get ready for a long post! I have been enjoying watching the Olympics, and all the gold medals the US swimmers and gymnasts have been racking up. I’ve also enjoyed seeing some more eclectic sports like weightlifting (enormous, enormously strong people!), wrestling (intense hugging!), and indoor track cycling (trying to go as slow…

WuToWu Summer Edition #8: Olympics Edition

Hi Curtis,   I’m not sure if our grandparents house is capable of getting coverage of the Olympics, but this is the one time every four years that out TV is actually on. Another thing that comes with the Olympics is how it marks time. Four years ago during the London Olympics I was 13…

WuToWu Summer Edition #7: Practicing Theft

Hi Jessica, May I just say that I so enjoyed reading your rambling and strangely phrased text messages. I will keep them safe. I have photo evidence. I’m also glad you’ve gotten to watch some classics of contemporary cinema. Another area in which I am playing catch-up! On my side of things, I’ve been able…