Monthly Archives: March 2009
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As I wandered through pet stores and humane societies on that cold November afternoon in 1989, Missy was wandering the crowded streets looking for me. Now this may sound corny to anyone except a dog lover, but it’s true. My … Continue reading
It was many years ago that she sat beside the Shoon River. The mountains surrounded her, while many tall pine trees shaded her. The sun, visible through the trees, flickered brightly, warming a soft blanket of moss at the edge … Continue reading
In the large room I hear the high-pitched hum of the whispering voices behind me. I try to block it out. *** I stared at my mother, remembering when we first moved to our home in Hobart, Indiana. Her hair … Continue reading
As I travel through the catacombs of slumber all around me words of wonder reel and whirl in emptiness– etched in fields of stardust. Emotions ooze through tunnels of night; my mind flows free no need to fight. Restrictions leave, … Continue reading
It was a windy and cold November when we moved. Calico leaves fluttered ’round the ground of the green house with the squeaky porch swing and white picket fence. I tasted the icy, shriveled grapes that clung low to the … Continue reading