I relish in observations of the ordinary. (“Marinate” is probably the more accurate term.) After all, you can’t spell “extraordinary” without the ordinary. I figure you have to start somewhere. Stories are everywhere. I mean, come on. Have you ever really looked at eyebrows? They’re weird. We live on a planet full of eyebrows. This ordinary extraordinary world is interesting when you think about the very existence of things like eyebrows. Observing the ordinary isn’t always as ordinary as it seems.
Sara Garland is a writer, humorist, photographer, knitter, bookworm, musician, and teacher. She holds degrees in Journalism and Music Education from Arkansas State University. Her short story, “Dangerous and Armed,” won Best in Show in the Adult Creative Writing division of the Arkansas State Fair in 2015. Her written work has appeared or is forthcoming in Potato Soup Journal, Pilcrow & Dagger, Funny Pearls (UK), Mystery Tribune, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Staring Problem Press, Remington Review, The Blotter, Defenestration, and Horn Pond Review.