Today is where your book begins; the rest is still unwritten. These song lyrics have run through my mind all night, keeping me from sleeping.
I fear illness. I grew up in a household where dis-ease was the norm. My mother had her first dance with death as a
(This fable follows “The Kingdom” ) After years of being “locked” away in the tower, the Princess came out. She joined her father, the King, in
“All I need is to win the lottery,” Mae often proclaims. “That’s not true,” I tell her. “But if I had enough money, my problems
I have retrieved my old bicycle and am happily pedaling down the street when I realize that the handlebars are missing. How could I not
I am with my son’s friend, and we are headed to meet John downtown where he will be competing in a skateboard competition. John is