Category Archives: Work

Tales of Mom 13

  Babies Bring Families Together   After the birth of his son, George Richard, Terry grows up some. He takes notice of his responsibility. He rents a larger apartment at street level. He surprises Nellie with the news; she is … Continue reading

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An Interpretation of History based on the Novel The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald and an essay: The fact of the force

  An Interpretation of History based on the Novel The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald and an essay: The fact of the force By Trudy A. Martinez The Beautiful and Damned, a novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald … Continue reading

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“I Guarantee My Work”

  The following is an edited  re-posting of a true story I Posted on April 10, 2008 I am left with guaranteed memories because of it.   Guaranteed Work By Trudy A. Martinez “I am here,” a young woman announces … Continue reading

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A Look Back at History: Failure versus Success

A Look Back at History: Failure versus Success By Trudy A. Martinez Populism is a cry of reform from rural America as a result of economic expansionism and urbanization. When times are bad for the farmers in the mid-west (the … Continue reading

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Guaranteed Work

Guaranteed Work  by Trudy A. Martinez “I am here,” a young woman announced as she tapped lightly on the counter to gain my attention. Then she leaned over the counter, smiled, and whispered, “You can tell everyone else to go … Continue reading

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