Dom or Demonic?

Not having a good day…

Read After Burnout

To get to the point.

Simon was not having a good day. He rarely had good days. By that I mean that he had lots of good moments, times when things were going well and nothing jumped out at him. His decision to go to the coast was one of outcomes to having had a few positive days. Positive for Simon was measured by his ability to become as invisible as he could possibly get; that was the gold-mark. On top of being invisible for a significant number of days, he had managed to use the outside trampoline, propelling himself short stretches into the air and landing again and again without losing balance. It was this activity, more than being invisible, that gave him the much needed belief that he could manage the waves.

“You know that he should never have done it. He was asking for trouble. Should have…

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