Grandpa’s barn and entry where one finds the stairs that lead to the loft. Cats and kittens are welcome on the farm. They even have their own ladder and window entry for their safety and convenience.
Why is the setting in your story important? Your characters need a time and place in which to move. The setting answers the “when” and the “where” of your[…]
His name was John We first met one afternoon when my husband and I stopped to shop for fresh vegetables at our local Fruiticana. He was slouched on the[…]
Image – http://cheddarbay.com/0000Tea/Titanic/crew/murdoch/rigel.html (If you enjoy dog stories, you might enjoy my book – Newfies to the Rescue on Amazon.) The great Titanic’s demise – April 14, 1912 Did you[…]
This funny happening, happened several years ago – and still makes me laugh. I went to my local House of Fine Art (HOFA) store for some Alizarin, Crimson artists’ oil[…]