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Early this morning, my Daughter and Son-in Law with their Sheba Inu in their back seat, wisely, headed north out of Florida, and are now safely out of the harm’s way of Hurricane Irma.
Watching the news and seeing the devastation in the Caribbean, I know they made the right decision. Growing Up in the 50s and 60s, I went through a couple of hurricanes in New England. In particular, I remember one of the more than frightening hurricanes. We could see the maple trees bending all in the same direction. The torrents of rain and gale force winds pounded our house on what seemed all sides. The deep bass roar of the storm’s, furious, thunder shook us to the bone. Lightning would suddenly fill the room with blinding flashes. Suddenly, it was calm, the eye of the hurricane passed directly overhead. The rest of the hurricane, seemed pale to us as it tapered off. However, that was nowhere near the intensity of the 150 mile per hour winds and storm surge about to engulf Florida in the next few days.
For those safely out of harm’s way, here is the best classic hurricane movie ever made: Key Largo, about a bunch of criminals and crooks descending on a beach house and getting trapped inside during a level 5 hurricane. It has an all star cast, starring: Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall:
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Soon your Teens will be Back To School, here are a few of my books, which might help them learn in a fun way about the US Constitution or Shakespeare Sonnets in High School:
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A Tale of: Timeless Lost Love
An emaciated, little old man stood there, intently turning his time machine door knob. With every twist of his wrist, either left or right, the scenic view in its glass door changed. He asked himself, “I know it’s there somewhere, why can’t I find it?” Continue reading
John 15: 12-13 This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.
It is Memorial Day Weekend, so please on Monday take some time to think of those we have lost to war. Please remember in your prayers the veteran’s and wounded warriors who served along side them, who now need your help.
Read it as the exciting story of the alien encounter develops and unfolds!
When the aliens finally arrive, will we be able to comprehend or communicate with them? Or will we be insignificant, non sequitur, only to be brushed aside as we do with germs?
The military tracked the saucer to its landing site not far from Los Alamos. Their troops set up a perimeter 8 clicks away from the massive alien, and the Alpha Team and Professor Reinhardt were sent in to investigate and ascertain the threat …
Almost fifty years ago, in August, a Zombie apocalypse came upon us, and some believe the sunset of humanity began. The transformation snuck up on all of us with very little we could do about it.
One by one, men, women and children fell into its trance and left their homes to Continue reading
I took an Easter Break this year, I’m back. Here is a short western style story I came up with, and yes the Good Guys triumph over Evil Outlaws: The posse chased the murderous outlaw gang into Continue reading
Hi Everyone, here is this week’s Flash Fiction Tale, and, it will be appearing in book 2 of my short stories. This week’s story is called: Dude! It’s Wild Life
Along with the birds in the treetops around him, he was the first to see the morning sunrise, and the last to see the sunset. Everyday, he saw breathtaking views of the Serengeti plains surrounding him. All he wanted were the sweet succulent leaves atop the nearest tree.
Late in the afternoon, he spot the poachers, knowing full well, they were here for the elephant and rhino horns, and not … (click here to read the rest of the rest of the story)