Category Archives: mini-stories

School Bases Covered

After high school graduation, I worked at several area jobs — including one year at the city newspaper, The Northwest-Signal — before moving to Columbus, Ohio, to explore my independence from Mom and Dad and seven siblings and to begin to experience the twists … Continue reading

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Big Written Production on JFK

By the time I was a senior in high school, I knew my part in life would involve writing, and when that Fall my President was murdered before the eyes of thousands in Dallas, Texas, I was inspired to write … Continue reading

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Learning My Way With Imagination

Somewhere in the early going of my learning to write words and sentences, I heard the adage, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” A thousand words seemed a lifetime’s work at the time, plus I was terribly disappointed with … Continue reading

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