Looking out over the poorly attended funeral, the minister from the First Baptist Church of Hiawatha, Kansas was dismayed. The recently deceased, John Milburn Davis was not a well loved […]
There is nothing that echos post Apocalypse, like Kansas in the winter time. Barren of snow to cloak her naked landscapes that have even leached the blue from the sky above. […]
One of the first items of business tackled by the first Kansas territorial legislature in 1855 was what to do with those of an unsound mind. Not to say that […]
While researching some old movies for an upcoming blog, I found this little treasure and thought I would share it with all of you. Made in 1914, as a set […]
All of a sudden I looked around me And found the whole world in bloom. Then I fell in love with the universe all over again.
The war is over. Over a century the battles have raged on both sides of the border, resulting in the loss of countless homes, over 300 deaths and one ghost […]
Streetlights on the dark road shining happily in complete oblivion. For the innocent will never last unless they are bent on eating sunflowers. Happy Valentine’s Day to all my friends […]
This morning I awoke to a fresh white blanket of snow. It was a nice snow, the big fluffy kind and a decent depth; about 2-3 inches and still falling. […]