A story almost a hundred years old. A soldier, wounded inside and out, walks out of a facility and, in time, finds healing.
Jump to today. Same story. New name.
I listened to a podcast recently about a group (begun) in Texas called Hives for Heroes. Commendable. Give it a
listen. They are also on Facebook and at Hives for Heroes . com.
I’m only in my second year of beekeeping but I get it.
Bees are mesmerizing. So organized, with a uniform goal of survival and yet independent.
And share with us such sweet rewards.
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(Shared from a FB post.). One hundred years since the War to End All Wars. Not enough has changed. As FF once said in a similar way: Why can’t people just let other people alone?
More on the poet:
101 years ago
On a quiet Sunday afternoon, I finally strolled over to find Dorothy McKibbin’s obscure office space.
(And found another interesting gallery nearby.)
In a previous post, I mentioned Sheinkin’s excellent
And for an exciting historical fiction read regarding the Norwegian episode of the race, read The Saboteur, by Andrew Gross.
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Thanks to Toby for this video of the Fenn and Preston chat before the book signing:
The following are my opinions. I have, on more than one occasion, said and written that the event on May 18, 2017 caused a change in Fenn. He was already tired of the “activity” around the effort to find the treasure he hid. May 18, to me, was the straw that broke the burro’s back. […]
The End Has Drawn Nigh. — A Gypsy’s Kiss
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Memorial Day tribute to Ernie Pyle over on Dal’s website. Click
(Read for Goofy’s thorough comments on that post.)