The Chicken Feathers By Trudy A. Martinez As darkness dissipates the rooster crows, Nellie Mae awakes. She raises her head from an overstuffed pillow, one she personally fills with chicken feathers in her earlier years. Ma said when she … Continue reading
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A few years back when my granddaughter (and roommate) first showed an interest in photography, I loaned her my camera so she could take a class. At that time, the camera (a Canon) was near top of the line; it had all the … Continue reading
This is Sparky. I call him the “The Poppy Field Master”. Sparky is such a beautiful dog. He looks so regal. His black fur glistens from the refection off the golden poppies. He is quite a character. He follows me around during the … Continue reading
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