By Sam Paget I had a three-mile journey to work. It took me through Oldbury, in the dark hours of the early morning. I used a bicycle to make the journey, to save money. On the way home, I enjoyed the fresh air on nice days, and the reasonable quiet of the roads at two … Continue reading The Samaritan
By Ryan Quinn Flanagan The Rain Was Laughing Sideways …and the stranger came to town and no one knew him and he went to every house dropping a single breadcrumb on each doorstep and then the stranger left and never returned and everyone rejoiced because they had bread.
By John Page Christmas can have many different means depending upon who you ask. The holiday holds different values for various people. Since you asked for my opinion, if not too bad, I will tell you about mine. The following is my view and is not that of the other editors. This for entertainment only. … Continue reading Christmas