Category Archives: Stories

I Believe In Heroes

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This man was a mere mortal of flesh and blood.  The light I saw in his eyes was that of an honorable man.  The honor this man carried with pride, was that of rare…

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Past lives…

Originally posted on Penny Wilson Writes:
My very early childhood was unusual, to say the least.  My brothers, mother and I moved a LOT.  I’ve been told I was born with wheels on my butt. After my mother left my…

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Waves

You’re standing there alone.  Watching the waves, just like you do every day.  Maybe today I’ll have the courage to say hello. Maybe I’ll have the courage to ask you what is that you see when you look at the … Continue reading

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The Truck Hamper Experience — Everyone Else Has the Best Titles

I hope you will enjoy my friend Linda’s delightful story below.  It will make you smile, I guarantee it! Well over a decade ago all of our appliances died at once. Not all at once like at the very same … Continue reading

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Wounded… — My Sword and Shield….

Please read this exceptional piece written by my new friend over at My Sword My Shield. His blog is a delight!  Be sure to visit! I see you, Warrioress, even though the broken pieces of my heart won’t let me … Continue reading

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A Talk With Mom

Hi Mom.  Happy Mother’s Day.  I miss you.  This is a pretty setting.  I’m glad you have a place away from the road. I wish that I could talk to you.  There are so many things I would share with you! … Continue reading

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Treasured Scars

I was never able to hold my breath long enough to avoid the stench of you. Your slurred, dribbling nonsense turned my stomach.  It was a game you enjoyed.  You would watch my face to see how long it took before … Continue reading

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