AND THE DOG BARKS ON
Quiet, for the first time in a long time, Eric’s life is quiet.
Of course, there’s always something, like rats scampering under the floorboards; but with his new home, his “man’s best friend”, French bulldog, Freud, by his side, the affection (let’s not say "love", let’s not go there), of a successful woman, it’s not just ”quiet”; has Eric found his new normal?
What’s “normal” these days?
People around Eric are changing every day, starting over, remaking themselves, reimagining themselves in ways that were once unthinkable. New norms abound all over America now; “new norms” flourishing seamlessly amongst the old. Today, the familiar is mixed in with the new like antique furniture is loaded with modern electronics in a present day living room, or a girlfriend and “alternate” dating sites abide each other in a current emotional life. All are mixed in together as the story of an ongoing life in a “Leaving Las Vegas” meets “Madagascar“ dystopian America continues.
The familiar, and the new, together as one, as a 21st Century Adult Fairy Tale continues “And the Dog Barks On Some More…”
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