For Solstice I decided to post an excerpt from my novel, The Awakening of Russell Henderson that takes place at a Solstice party. Enjoy . . . Meg and Hanna didn’t celebrate Christmas, but celebrated the Solstice as did most of their friends. Of course there was a party, this one at a house overlooking … Continue reading Solstice
I am finally happy with my new look. I would appreciate any comments, good or bad. Thanks.
After seemingly hours of work, I am giving a new look to this site. WordPress is a good platform but impossible to work with sometimes. I guess I am too used to working with a Mac and its inuitiveness. Hang in there, hopefully it will get better as I continue to try to tweak it.
One of the old boys asked in one of those southern drawls, us ‘Yankee’ boys could barely decipher, where I was headed. I told him I was in the Navy and heading back to the base in Gulfport. They all nodded their heads in approval. One smiled a toothless grin which made me feel a … Continue reading Coke and Dope . . . continued
It was in 1967 when I was returning to The Naval Seabee Base in Gulfport, Mississippi after two weeks leave in Iowa visiting my family. I had been stationed there for a little over a year and had made the trip twice before. Being a low paid enlisted man, I would drive the 950 miles … Continue reading Coke and Dope
Descending chords sound the death knell of summer. The piper calls the chieftains, kings and warriors from the far fields of wasted war and destruction to gather together around bright solstice fires together with lost and forgotten lovers and friends. So beat your pagan drums to the true religion of the earth, of the … Continue reading Autumn Meditation