Spring Cleaning

With Makala out of town, I managed an early start on my chore list. I finally got the grass cut, then I dragged all that spring-cleaning clutter out from the shed. And once I was on a roll, I even tackled those boxes of junk that had sat in the attic for years. I was... Continue Reading →

Crazy

This trailer ain’t but so big, and with four girls, it’s all I can do to keep them from fighting every day. It’s summertime, hot, and they mope around, a hurricane of blonde heads, whining, complaining about how they’re bored, painting my toenails and hogging the TV. Otherwise just being pests. If only I’d had... Continue Reading →

Vows and Vagrancy

  Mark Bernard made several mistakes last night. He’d forgotten to charge his phone. He’d worn those loafers that chafed his heel. He’d forgotten to pick up flowers, then ordered the dried out chicken instead of sirloin at the steakhouse. But Mark’s biggest blunder, the one he’d come to regret the more than any of all... Continue Reading →

The Pardon

“How bad could it be, Glenda?” Rupert sighed, turning away from the PriceBusters website. It was always something with that woman. “I don’t know, Tom,” she said, in that way of hers that meant that she did know and was on the verge of telling him, in painstaking detail, just how well she knew. “For... Continue Reading →

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