Category Archives: Humor

Thanks, Marie, and Happy Halloween!

Originally posted on Pen In Hand:
By Catherine Hedge Marie, thank you so much for giving me the courage to post!  In 2012, with the lure of a free book by my favorite author, I took up her challenge.  Write…

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HOW A TALE IS BORN

by Raji Singh The telling of tales has been a grand part of human history.  We escape to other worlds with Carpier and Hans Christian Anderson.  We adventure ourselves away in 1,001 Arabian nights, and travel the Canterbury trails seeking … Continue reading

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No. 94: FATHER’S DAY SCENTS AND SENSIBILITIES

Originally posted on Tales of the Fiction House:
by Raji Singh Our Founder, James Thaddeus “Blackjack” Fiction ‘Tell our stories, Raji. If you don’t, it will be as if we never lived.’ These whispering cries of joy and sorrow rise…

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Travels with Mary, Part 2

Travels with Mary, Part 2.

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Travels with Mary, Part 2

By Catherine Hedge My mother is on a grand new adventure.  Despite health struggles that have her zipping down the hospital hall in  a four-wheeler, we can’t stop her from trying something new.  This very morning, she and her sweetheart … Continue reading

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Skating on Your Ankles (repost)

By Joseph Hedge (Editor’s Forward…2014)  We are currently in a deep freeze in Kansas.  Snow is up to our knees and icicles dangle like shark’s teeth ready to take a bite!  (so pretty when small…so scary when they hang over … Continue reading

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Five Dollar Birthdays

Five Dollar Birthdays.

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Five Dollar Birthdays

By Catherine Hedge I remember when birthdays meant five silver dollars from my grandmother.  She lived in Montana where the banks still gave out silver long past the time other states switched to paper. Our two great gifting sources in … Continue reading

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The Cisco Kid…a True Story

By John Borel (I really wonder how J.B. made it out of this one alive!  He said it not only happened, but word for word, this is what the Cisco Kid said.  Yikes!  So glad you’re still with us, Uncle … Continue reading

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YOU WILL SHOOT YOUR EYE OUT, RAJI – A LINDIAN CHRISTMAS STORY (Repost)

by Raji Singh (repost from Tales of the Fiction House) Seeing all the wonderful presents given and received, I remember a favorite gift wish. Just like the bespectacled Ralphie in the movie A Christmas Story, as an eight year old … Continue reading

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