that fall surely hurts…
Maybe Adam should explore different avenues of employment.
The only “zone” Adam seesis out
Adam is too zoned-out.
Maybe he just doesn’t recognize that he’s in the twilight zone.
Oh wait. The Twilight Zone is full of imagination.
Isn’t that book finished yet?? BTW, I wonder if that same literary critic who dissed Adam’s work yet praised “The Wretched Turnip” to the skies will be on hand to review Laura’s latest opus.
I think Adam should leave the writing to his wife and get a job serving coffee at Dunkin’ Donuts.
Never seems to fail. She’s in the zone, focused, the words and thoughts flow easily and he comes along to interrupt her. He’s her “person from Porlock” analogous to the one who interrupted Coleridge while he was working on Kulba Khan.
He means the Danger Zone. He brought the ice, man.
Maybe that’s because The Zone was a Canadian series and he couldn’t get it where he lived.
That might have been The Dead Zone,Adam.Best stay away…
The Combat Zone?
The Phantom Zone?
The Comfort Zone?
The Drop Zone?
The End Zone?
The Twilight Zone?
But do you know?
She is typing away…he stands holding his beloved hot coffee…….
With that nose, he looks like Bozone.
I hit the zone once in a while, but it usually ends up being the parking zone and my mind goes to a movie with a soundtrack from the 80’s.
Don’t sell yourself short, you get in a zone at nappy time.
There isn’t room for two in the zone. Let her get on with it. :)
Adam lost his verve and he doesn’t know how to get it back (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
It’s funny because she’s automatically better at his own profession without even trying!
Adam’s was the no parking zone…
It was ‘over there’ disappearing into the horizon. Hoping it will come around behind me with fresh perspectives. Though, it has been a while now.