Baby STeps

Baby Steps, Bob. Baby Steps.

Do you ever feel behind life’s cue ball, always struggling to catch up? Perhaps you believe everyone but you is flying high and achieving all their goals and dreams. Sound familiar? Maybe you feel as if the train has left the station and you’re not…

Pauper or Princess? Sylvia’s Story

                            She didn’t care who saw. Sylvia was hungry and spotted a well-dressed woman toss half a sandwich in the garbage bin. Sucking in a deep breath, she exhaled several short puffs…

Self-Publishing
Pocket Lady Short Story

The Pocket Lady: A Short Story in Her Own Words

“They call me ‘The Pocket Lady.’ I’m not sure who came up with that name, but it fits. You see, I am the featured attraction at the Children’s Museum. Yes, they come to see dinosaur bones, learn about the Milky Way and all the planets…

Newspaper Ad

How a Newspaper Ad Saved My Life: And Other Miracles

photo credit: Frits Ahlefeldt – FritsAhlefeldt.com Sometimes the media is right on time via photopin (license) A Boring Sunday Afternoon It’s June in Florida, hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk, and we’re holed up inside the house with nothing to do. Bored,…

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A Tribute to My Uncle Ronnie

Ronald Eugene Harrison was born to Oscar and Gladys on the old Gregg Mill Road farm, August 26, 1943, in Ohio. Youngest in a family of seven, he arrived after Delores, Jim, Theresa, and Larry. Crazy in love, his parents married when Gladys was a…