LOVE MAKES ME FEEL GOOD INSIDE: kids talk love

By Dianne Moritz   Kids are innocent.  Kids are cute. Kids are eloquent.  Talk to them. Ask them questions. You’ll find that kids always have an answer, a charming take on just about any subject.       Prompted by me, with a bit of help from Charles Schultz and the Peanuts Gang, I offer this pint-sized point-of-view … Continue reading LOVE MAKES ME FEEL GOOD INSIDE: kids talk love

Four Poems by G. David Schwartz

Dogs Are  Not Stupid   Dogs are not stupid Dogs are not ignorant If they could drive automobiles They could become a president.   A Dog May Not Be   A dog may not be The best  friend of a cat I asked my dog and he said What do you think abbot that?   … Continue reading Four Poems by G. David Schwartz

Unlikely Swan

By Rosanne Trost Maisie walked into the ballet academy, ungracefully plopped herself down on the bench, removing her pink shoes, white orthotics and pink socks. Smelling her socks, she laughingly said, “Oooh, stinky.” She raised her shirt, black with “Ballet Academy” printed in white letters. She struggled to pull the top over her head, refusing … Continue reading Unlikely Swan

Holiday Contest Winner- Fiction: We Better Get Back Before Dark

By David Ritterskamp “We better get back before dark, Pad.” Kittle’s voice was the only sound either of them had heard all through the quiet, cold day other than the background noise of snow falling, and their feet scrrching through it. Neither of them wanted to say it, but they knew they were in for … Continue reading Holiday Contest Winner- Fiction: We Better Get Back Before Dark