For those hot summer nights, some may want to curl up with a good book in front of the cooler. According to KTC, you will not be disappointed in the book The Dry Grass of August by Anna Jean Mayhew. It chronicles the life of Jubie Watts, her family, and their black housekeeper Mary Luther, a woman that Jubie loves and admires. Read the stirring book review by KTC on The Dry Grass of August.
She turned back to the rock face and simultaneously let go of the rope with both hands, just like she had lost consciousness, flung herself backwards and (my favorite part) screamed like she was falling to her death.
Did you or a family member ever share a tall tale? How did that story pan out? Share your story!
Let’s share some stories for May! With these high-spirited topics, the tales should be fun-loving and humorous. Happy writing!
“Hold on,” her father blared, “Don’t let go!”
Poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance.
It’s actually frustrating at times like this, how your brain can be so much faster that your body. I fully understood what was about to happen while the sound of his shot was still in my ears…
–Gary A. Wilson
Do you ever wonder how some people actually survived their childhood adventures? Well, my friend, Gary A. Wilson, may be one of those folks, but I know this man truly had some rough and and tough angels watching him around the clock!
My hope is that I shall help sow the seeds of spirituality in young souls and witness their first steps on their own religious roads…wherever they may lead.
In life’s travels, we often take side trips. Some side trips prove to be integral aspects of our life’s journey, as in higher education, career choices, marriage, and having children. Others prove to be enlightening and exciting diversions.
“Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it.”
― Lucy Maud Montgomery – The Story Girl