Category Archives: Humor

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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Repost: Christmas Cookies

By Catherine Hedge (I just finished doing this all over again.  The house smells wonderful, cookie crumbs are everywhere, and mailing boxes litter my front room.  I thought you might enjoy this repost that describes why I go through this … Continue reading

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Repost: Opening Gifts

By Catherine Hedge Today, I made significant progress in a novel revision and cookie making…two priorities in my life!   I decided to repost an old piece, knowing that you are all in the middle of holiday preparation.  (Hence…cookies!)  I hope … Continue reading

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Round Three: The Last Words…”We Are A Good Team, Bro!”

By Bill Borel and John Borel (The continuing saga of two fine brothers rediscovering they are two fine brothers while running after little white balls.   Please note: These letters were also written lovingly to two patient wives:  Danelle Borel and … Continue reading

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Round Two: Fighting for Our Mother’s Love…and for Golf Supremacy

 By Bill and John Borel (The continuing saga of two brothers battling rattlesnakes, road runners, and each other for eternal glory…or something like that.) John:    Sunday, November, 10. Here we are at Indio, which is seeming more and more like … Continue reading

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The Long Battle for Supremacy of the Western (Golf) World

By Bill Borel and John Borel (C. Hedge:  Some of my earliest memories are my two uncles, John and Bill, and their competitions to outdo each other.  Gramma was a huge part of it  (“Mom always liked you best!”)  With … Continue reading

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THE PARADE OF STORYTELLERS THROUGH THE AGES HAS BUT ONE GRAND MARSHALL – IMAGINATION.

by Raji Singh      ‘Of course it never ever happened.  But wouldn’t it be fun if it did.’ What better premise for writing fiction or composing for oral storytelling? Maybe an event that really did occur is interesting, yet deserves … Continue reading

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Words of Wonder

One of the greatest pleasures in life is watching someone begin to read and enjoy words.  It happens so fast, like magic.  Back in November, my grandson was accomplished with his name, a few phrases, and lots of words on … Continue reading

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Getting Serious!

Getting Serious!.

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My Father’s Mud Bowl

My Father’s Mud Bowl.

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