Monthly Archives: October 2014

Harkening: The Returning

The rain had stopped by the time daylight came to the deep forest. In its place floated a heavy mist that danced among the treetops. ‘Lives in Woods’ crawl out of the hollow and stretched. He had slept wee despite being … Continue reading

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Why I’m Voting for Chuck Allen

With two ‘Chuck Allen for Washoe County Sheriff’ signs in my front yard, it is hard not to tell who I intend to vote for in the upcoming election. I know, have work with and genuinely like Chuck and that … Continue reading

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Harkening: The Ending

What has actually happened, none of us really know. We’ve been cut-off from all outside information for days now. I jus’ know we are suffering the effects of an E-M-P – an electrical magnetic pulse. It started while I was … Continue reading

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Harkening: The Finding

This series of five short-stories is based on reoccurring ‘night terrors’ I’ve been having for the past few months. The way I’m figuring it — maybe, jus’ maybe — if I write it down and share it then it’ll go … Continue reading

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Poor Monica’s Dilemma

It occurred to me as I listened to Monica Lewinsky speak about her sexual escapades with former President and current Democratic rock-star Bill Clinton. In her talk, she blamed the Internet, Matt Drudge and the media with bullying her. But … Continue reading

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Three Books

Democratic incumbent Senator Mark Udall of Colorado, “was unable to name three books that influenced his life…and blamed his lack of an answer on being ‘brain-dead,’ reports the Washington Free Beacon. The same thing happened to Sarah Palin when asked … Continue reading

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Raking Leaves

As I continue to watch the leaves drop from the trees, I’m reminded of a book given to me by our neighbor and my sisters’ God-mother, Margaret Keating, when I was 16 years old. Printed in 1903, it contained hundreds of Haiku … Continue reading

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