Monthly Archives: November 2014

A Short Treatise On Hair, And Such

One thing I have never understood is why cosmetologists have to be licensed. It should not be necessary to hold a license to cut hair. It’s that plain and simple for me. I am of the school of thought that … Continue reading

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How They Drag The River

The rocking chair sat heavy on the front porch of the little worn-down shack, which itself sat heavy in the midst of a large expanse of cotton fields. The afternoon was quickly leaving, only to give way to another hot, … Continue reading

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A Time To Say Goodbye

From Final Days With Fran and Millie… It had been many years, probably fourteen at least, maybe fifteen, since Victor had been back to the place of his birth, the place of his childhood. His sister, Millie, had never left. … Continue reading

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Gladys Stimpleton the Stalwart

Gladys stared out of the kitchen into the adjoining family room, the same view she had taken each night after supper dishes were done for the past 53 years. She stared over the 53-year-old counter and through the opening above … Continue reading

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