Ch. 50.8 – Mary walked in uncomfortable silence beside Eli on the broad dirt swath left by the raths. She stole a glance at him. He smiled slightly, but didn’t say anything. Why didn’t he say something? Did he expect her to carry on a conversation? She’d never learned the polite ways of addressing princes, or… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 50.8 — A Walk in the Moonlight
Book Review: The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, by Rachel Joyce Harold Fry and his wife, Maureen, are retired, living a dry, dusty life so boring, empty of love, and uneventful it can’t hardly be called living. Then one day Harold gets a letter from an old friend (Queenie Hennessy) in Northern England, who tells… Continue reading The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
One of my dog’s favorite activities is to go on a walk, especially when his friend, Lilly, can go too. Here are the two happy pups, back home from a long adventure.
Last week I went in for a check-up at the doctor’s office. Of course they want to weigh you first thing. You know how it is. First you shed your 100 pound purse (all those coins really end up weighing a lot, not to mention the kitchen sink), then your winter coat, sweater, and shoes. … Continue reading Fitness