I am planning to share a couple of other stories from the mortgage company disaster, in which a team, collectively known as “Antion’s Cleaners” found $93 million dollars that had been misplaced, misused and otherwise had gone missing. But first, I thought I’d share how I managed to get this assignment. In the very early... Continue Reading →
Welcome to the bar, where Linda G. Hill has set the stage for Stream of Consciousness Saturday. She’s given us an interesting prompt today: “Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is ‘adverb.’ Start your post with any adverb and just run with it. Have fun!” I guess my standard opening is out Unfortunately,... Continue Reading →
Just a quick update on the “Like” button and it is mostly good news! I updated my still-open issue with the Like button on Tuesday. Thanks to all of you who added comments to my post on Monday. The WordPress engineer who received my email agreed that, even though he could not recreate the problem,... Continue Reading →
In my recent business trips to Burlington, Massachusetts, I have explored the nearby towns of Lexington and Concord. Just saying “Lexington and Concord” causes most Americans to immediately think of our Revolutionary War where we fought for independence from the British. That war began within the geography of these two towns. I have been through... Continue Reading →
A few years ago on Mother’s Day, Faith (daughter) and I built a one-person-patio for my wife. The plan was to give The Editor a place to relax for a few minutes while she was working in her garden. I had found a small antique wrought iron bench, we set a small area of pavers... Continue Reading →
Teagan’s story takes an interesting and mysterious turn in chapter 3. If you’ve been reading, you don’t want to miss this chapter. If you haven’t been, come on while it’s red hot!
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Saturday, May 11, 2019
Brother Love composite by Teagan R. Geneviene
Welcome back to the crossroads everyone!
I should probably begin with a disclaimer. This story is not about religion, nor is it a social commentary — that’s just part of the setting. I also want you to understand that I approach this aspect of the story carefully. While the story includes ways that I knew well and was involved in as a child, as an adult I acquired my own unique spirituality.
That said, last time in A Shadow, now you learned some of the backstory for the Doug Armstrong character. Today I wanted to tell you how his character came to be.
You already know that Dan Antion provides photos to inspire me and illustrate this story — and that he gives me two of the “three things” that drive each episode of this…
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Several weeks ago, I posted a series of articles about the ongoing struggles with the WordPress ‘Like’ button and the difficulty with organizing a tiled-mosaic gallery in Guttenberg that includes captions. I thought I’d give you an update today, because…OK, you want the truth? Because yesterday was Mother’s Day and I didn’t want to spend... Continue Reading →
Welcome to the #Free48, as Cheryl would say. We gave Cheryl the weekend off, but I’m wishing her, the Editor, Linda G. Hill (our host) and all of the moms in the audience a Happy Mother’s Day, as we strain against the pressure of another Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt. Oops, it looks like I... Continue Reading →
Two weeks ago, I included a sad little house in the gallery of doors. I’ve been looking for a house for Teagan’s story that fits her general concept for Birdie Devovo’s house. Teagan mentioned that the house would “need some work” – which is harder to find than you might think. Well, that’s not entirely... Continue Reading →