*** EMBRACING LIFE FROM A WRITER'S PERCH ***
I try not to be absent. True, I've slacked off with comments and emails; nevertheless, I read your blogs and stories. Great work.
Vada and Joe...my dear loyal friends: I'm not worried. I know I can always depend on you be there for me. ((Hugs)) Lora
What a sad and beautiful story! So well written too! Great job!My link is: http://quillshiv.wordpress.com/2012/02/24/let-flow-what-is-left/
Hi Quill: Thank you for sharing your lovely, heartfelt comments.
A clever story. I nearly missed the teeth, what with all tho bones around.
Hi Mike: I found the scene with all those bones pretty creepy and wondered how in the devil would I come up with a story. Then my eye focused on the two tiny items sitting on the gray rock and a story gave birth. Thank you for sharing.
Hi Lora, I've been having trouble posting to your blog but will try again. I find it interesting that even though you don't mention the feelings of the parents, we know what they are, based on the story and the last line especially.
Hi Janet: Thank you for trying to post again. Limited to 100-words, I had to find a way to represent their feelings. Against all odds, they held steadfast and never gave up. Finances depleted,they sold their home, family treasures and hired outside help..an ex-marine and his "cadaver" dog, Buster. The result of their perseverance: Case Re-opened.