Just Pepper and Bear
A dependable pair of muckers
I wasn’t sure how much to cut, let alone if the woody stems were dead or alive. Regardless, I knew they needed a fresh start.
Born during a “wolf winter” -Snow baby: Joseph Michael
I understand how some even believe snow represents angels sending us a message of serenity—despite its manifestation obscure to others.
Rainbow baby, Samuel Henry
Sam’s fierce blue eyes looked straight ahead as he walked with a purpose towards the sun just over the horizon.
The dandelion: A narrative about Danny
“Yes.” Gaynor immediately agreed, intuitively understanding the symbolism because she knew from experience the dandelion’s strengths and benefits.
Valentine: Excerpt from Easy Street: Based on my mother’s memoir
They were related to the Slovak Robin Hood, Juraj Jánošík- the handsome young outlaw who stole from the rich to give to the poor.
And if you think anyone might need a battle buddy right now, don’t wait for them to call. Reach out and check to see how they are doing.
Lessons from “Mutilated crumbs and gummy worms:” The continuing chronicles of an Army wife and mother
How can I explain in a brief exchange that I see the completion of this phase of life as an accomplishment? I am proud. I did my job. Plus, it’d be weird to stay stuck in time, not to mention boring and why I’m writing this post.
Black Loyalist: Harry Washington
Survivor of slavery, war, and disease, Harry Washington spent his life fighting for the same rights his former owner, George Washington, did in the American Revolution.
Patriot spy and enslaved African American: James Lafayette
Patriot spy and enslaved African American, James Lafayette, was instrumental in helping defeat the British during the American Revolution.
Monuments to our heroes: A Good River Blog honoring Juneteenth
“It is the parting of friends, not the dread of death that moves us. Edwin Coppock.”