Thursday, June 14, 2012
Day One Hundred Sixty-Six: "Mornings, with Teenage Genius" by Jakob Drud
A father is confused by his son, his son's talk of charged particles, fusion, things from his job. By the story's end though, the dad doesn't want his son to change anything. He is comfortable with their relationship even if he doesn't understand all there is to know about his son. They talk. There is that. For the father, that is enough.
Again, this story was a bit sparse for me and it made it difficult to follow despite the shortness of the piece.
A link to this story can be found online here: