Chapter 4 Sleeping in low G was a treat. You barely dented the mattress. It was almost like floating on your back in water. She still had her clothes on from last night. Either she or Heather had managed to get her shoes off. She was in the back against the wall and Heather was […]
Archive | May, 2012
The whole of Main St. in Rochester MI is torn up. They dug way down – 20 feet some places. and tore out water mains from about 1900. Uncovered trolly tracks. This is a sketch I made of it a few years ago. We’ll see what it looks like new. I haven’t seen any drawings.
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My wife is off this week. We did some day trips and enjoyed each other’s company and ate out a lot. We don’t do a lot of long trips now. This is a picture she took at a Metro Park down in Gibralter MI. She doesn’t take many pix but she has a good eye. […]
Not Going to happen. Amazon has software issues. 5/19 maybe. Family Law is my latest stand alone book and my best writing yet. Grab a copy and remember to review it please. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006GQSZVS/?tag=kindleboards-20 You know people who love their dogs. They put them in their will. They forgo vacations to stay home and take care […]
I’m going to incorporate some thoughts about economics in the third book of the April series, “The Middle of Nowhere”. It’s hard to do so because today what the talking heads on TV and the writers in financial e-zines write is so bizarre it is like a well written ‘Onion’ article. You are almost sure […]
Chapter 3 It was too late for lunch and too long until supper when April woke up. She searched in the kitchen and there wasn’t much to snack on. Her parents weren’t keeping much with just the two of them here. Suddenly April really wanted her own place with whatever she wanted in the frig […]