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,…

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…