This is a collection of my short stories that I have not added to the end of some of my novels. I have written many short stories, blurbs as some folk call them, over the last forty or so years. Several in this book has been published in Germany when I was station there from time to time in the Army. Other stories I wrote lately,
I wrote what ever came to mind and on some scrapes of paper,napkins, note books and in the margins of two of the field manual we had to have on maneuvers.
When I was cutting wood last winter, for my fire place, I even set down on one of a cut of wood to rest and a thought hit me. Needless to say I whipped out the trusty felt tip pen and put some notes on several of the cuts. I waited on splitting them cuts of wood until I brought my trusty NEO typer thing, I used to put files of what i write on when watching the grand kids play, down and transcribed the writings on to it.
The young people think just because we are over the hill so to speak that we are unable to do things we did when we were younger.. Even though I am 70 and have a half an acre garden and use only a shovel and hoe to plant or till the ground and also cut my on winter fire wood I'm not done doing things. I know a lady up the street has a 50 by 100 foot garden that is over 80 years old.
Young people of the world take notes on what you see,, hear, or think for it will come in handy some day.
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