Afterthought – Friday Fictioneers

It's time for Friday Fictioneers, hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, our very talented fairy blog mother. I thank her for her dedication and leadership of this group. Thanks also to The Reclining Gentleman for the this week's beautiful photo, just in time for Valentine's day. Friday Fictioneers is a weekly writing group, challenged write a 100-word … Continue reading Afterthought – Friday Fictioneers

Regrets Begone

A good friend asked me, "Honestly, do you think you're the first person to have regrets after losing a loved one?" Of course, I'm not the only one. Regrets are universal and to be expected. Yet there is also the expectation and urging to let them go. I've returned to this regret stage many times … Continue reading Regrets Begone

The Solace of a Pink Rock

I now have four items remaining to check off my list: thank you cards, going through my dad’s items in storage, selecting a marker for my dad's grave, and writing a scathing letter to the management of my dad's former residence. I will take great pleasure in that last item, and I know my dad … Continue reading The Solace of a Pink Rock

No More – Friday Fictioneers – 02/07/14

It's time for Friday Fictioneers. Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, our wonderful host, for her dedication to this group. I am so grateful to her. Thanks to Dawn for the photo this week. For more fabulous stories from the Fictioneers, click here. Genre: General Fiction (100 words) Copyright – Dawn M. Miller No More Mary could … Continue reading No More – Friday Fictioneers – 02/07/14

Remembering The Silver Fox

I found myself wandering around in the woods the day my father-in-law died. For 24 years I knew him, and it passed in a blink of an eye. What's it all for? Life, death, it's seamless. One day he is here with us, the next he's gone. Fred was "The Silver Fox," quick on his … Continue reading Remembering The Silver Fox