Existential Avalanche
Mike Essig

It’s great!!!

If it were me, and it isn’t but it is (hey — you’re the one who wanted to be existential), I would completely omit the last line. It takes away from the tone of the rest of the story — makes it too cutesy, although cutesy may be the wrong word.

Anyway, I loved your story. I’m having an existential crisis right now and it spoke perfectly to me.

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