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No Less Glory – Lt. Marsha Peyton

“What’s with that nurse? She’s harder to reach than Fort Knox,” Clifton Barnes smacks his bunk to punctuate his frustration. Turning over to address Barnes, Sargent Carl Diamond answers, “She’s just doing her job which doesn’t include entertaining you, soldier.” “The other nurses at least act like their care. She […]

No Less Glory: The Beginning

Before the Story Begins: This next story is fictional but based around historical events. The characters are fictional and are not meant to represent any particular real-life person. The intent is to honor both military veterans and what we have come to appreciate during this crisis many everyday unsung heroes such […]

The Adulteress

“What do you have for me, today, Saul?” Joseph greets the ambitious Saul. Joseph has been listening to a man speaking in the temple. This Galilean has had the interest of many including the Pharisees, of which group Joseph and Saul are members. At times, the Galilean has been at […]

Still Here, Still Crazy

I haven’t posted much lately. There are several reasons why, but when I start to list them in my head, they sound like excuses. I mentioned in my last post that I finished a rough draft of my fourth novel. My practice is to put that aside for awhile before […]

BENEFITS OF READING A BOOK 2

I “Googled” the benefits of reading a book and found this piece of bad news. “All aging humans will develop some degree of decline in cognitive capacity, usually in the following symptoms: forgetfulness, decreased ability to maintain focus and decreased problem solving skills” (www.lifeextension.com/Protocols/Neurological/Age-Related-Cognitive-Decline/Page-01). Fortunately, there is help and it […]