Counting Sheep, or The Obituary of Scott Freeman

By Kupono Liu Scott Freeman was an average, traditional fellow. He was five foot seven and married to his wife Lola. She was a housewife who Scott always prevented from working. He was a bed manufacturer on an assembly line. The family had three children—triplets, age fifteen. They lived in a small flat adjacent to a corner drugstore. One catch. In my description of Scott, … Continue reading Counting Sheep, or The Obituary of Scott Freeman