Farmhands – Friday Fictioneers – 02/21/14

Farmhands The bell marked three days that the child laid in the hay, his head encased in an itchy sack. Six in the morning, twelve at mid-day, and six at the end of  light. With each set of chimes he heard the shuffling of feet and a whistle. Later, at the strike of the bell, … Continue reading Farmhands – Friday Fictioneers – 02/21/14

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

They Can’t Take My Kiss Away

Last week at my sons' elementary school, a teacher informed me I could not stand in front of my child's classroom before school during the drop off. "No parents in the corridor," exclaimed the teacher in my general direction. Really? Am I the enemy now? Throughout the year, I have let of number of things … Continue reading They Can’t Take My Kiss Away