Really…

There are no other words. I believe I've said it all. … [Read More...]

Part 1 – Hiraeth means Home

Hiraeth, (pronounced here-eyeth], is a Welsh word that has no direct English translation. The University of Wales, Lampeter attempts to define it as homesickness tinged with grief or sadness over the lost or departed. It is a mix of longing, … [Read More...]

Mothers and Babies

Excerpts from Chapter Six - 'A Little Honey called Candy' - in 'Old McLarsen had some Farms' Book One - Brave Beginnings' Poor little mother Candy—she was hardly past her own puppyhood. Far too young for this painful experience. It's the one bit … [Read More...]

What day was this again?

It's Scotch Tape Day, a celebration of the invention of engineer Richard Gurley Drew   - a moisture-proof, transparent product to seal cellophane wrap. The first grateful users were grocers, bakers and meat packers. It's also Backward Day, or as … [Read More...]

Really…

There are no other words. I believe I've said it all. … [Read More...]

Small Folk Tales have a new home – ceedee4kids

The Kids Are Gone!

It's true - you can seek them here and seek them there, but you're not going to find them anywhere - … [Read More...]