What Could go Wrong?

It didn’t take long for them to put two and two together. They quickly discovered the swimming suits signaled that there were two females in the creek without of a stitch of clothing!  Laughing, they started cat calling…

 

When I was younger, Half Moon Bay was one of the best places to visit. The beaches were fantastic, and there were so many places to hike. Many local farms surrounded the area; it was just a great place to escape and enjoy the surrounding beauty. And it was only about 40 miles from home, so it wasn’t a long drive, and when you are a kid, that’s always a plus! Continue reading “What Could go Wrong?”

Childhood Memories

KTC has once again opened up her trove of stories and has graciously shared them with her readers.  “Wealthy Beyond Measure” will tug at your heart and allude to our own fond recollections when life was just a little slower, and remind us that those childhood days created memories that will never fade with time. Continue reading “Childhood Memories”

Writer’s Choice

This week, it is all about you!  What have you wanted to share?  Tell a story about you or a loved one.  Make a timeline about an interesting ancestor.  Create a poem or even write a short story.  But, remember to share your creation; just upload in the comments section Continue reading “Writer’s Choice”

Hometown

What makes your hometown unique?  Does it tug at you to return?  Or where did an ancestor call home?  Would you want to explore their stomping grounds?  Remember to describe in detail.  What did it look like, sound like, smell like?  How did it make you feel?  What were some of the local eateries?  Reminisce and don’t forget to share your stories. Continue reading “Hometown”

The Adventures in Leadership

Here’s another great tale from Gary A. Wilson.  Check out his latest, “My Penngrove Pivot.”

I dug my fingers and sneaker toe tips into the rock face and hoped that no wind would kick up to threaten my grip on this wet rocky wall. I paused just long enough to wonder what I was thinking when I slipped over the edge and began a free climb down this cliff.

Continue reading “The Adventures in Leadership”