A Seed Planted in Rock

  November 24, 2004  Wednesday Hello once again Home– I got your newest mail, and I am glad to hear that you are still doing well.  I also liked getting your news clipping proclaiming a rejuvenating Iraq amid a nay-saying American media.  I’d like to write my thoughts on this below, to the article you sent….

Incidentals

written June 4, 2016   Cornelius Cochran, besides having a rocking name, was known by my mother’s side of the family as the brightest known fruit on their limb, the polished family relation you set out for guests.  Cornelius, you see, was a 19 year-old farm boy on his family’s homestead near Blandford, Massachusetts on…

Shell Games

written February 2015   Shell Games Not many know this: Bonnie Prince Charlie’s heart, the slippery, pulsing piece of warm meat that propelled its perfumed, armored outer shell into leading the famous Scottish insurrection, now resides in a cathedral in Frascati, Italy. It happens to be in Italy and not Scotland because in 1746 the…