Monthly Archives: May 2013

Memorial for A Slain Officer

We had Memorial Day as a guideline this week and all was said that could be said was said right away. Although Memorial Day was initiated to commemorate the fallen soldiers of the American Civil War, it soon became a … Continue reading

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After the Storm

In light of all the varied horrific weather events we’ve seen, here and abroad, in the recent past, I decided to dust off an older poem which (to me) captures a tiny slice of the experience one faces after the … Continue reading

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I am breaking ranks, people.  We’re supposed to talk about Memorial Day and instead of rehashing whatever I babbled about last year, I’m talking about something different.  Don’t know what because this Wednesday snuck right up on me and thanks … Continue reading

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Lest We Forget

It’s Memorial Day this week in the US, hence, and rightly so, it’s our theme for this week here on Four Foxes, One Hound as well. Very humbly, I would like to say, that this subject has a few cultural … Continue reading

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Car-ing, Not Caring

Open Week and I don’t have a guest, no stories or articles published recently,(want to see my newest rejection slip? It’s a badge of honor; I’m ‘out there’.) And I don’t want to talk about a work in progress. I … Continue reading

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Tribute to Greatest Generation

By Jeff Salter We have an ‘open’ week here at 4F1H, so it’s only natural that I’d use Hound Day to talk about my upcoming novel, Called To Arms Again, scheduled for release by May 30.  Of the seven novels … Continue reading

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Freebies

Since we’ve got a Free Week (free to discuss whatever), I am very lucky because I was going to take a chance that this that’s what this week’s topic was.  You see, my poor computer has died.  Crashed.  Kaboom.  And … Continue reading

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Oklahoma Tornadoes

Some of you may recall my January 15, I think it was, post about Strangers on a Train where I told about my friend falling in love on a train trip through Europe. Well, yesterday, his home was one of … Continue reading

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MEL – LAX – MEL

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine Free week this week, and after everyone’s effort last week, I wanted to make more of an effort this week. Did you … Continue reading

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Throw Mama from the Train a Kiss

Jillian-the-Fox keeps inspiring my posts, (which is strange, because I know she doesn’t like writing prompts), and her post this week about her mother in NYC reminded me of my mother’s New York tales. This one involves my mother and … Continue reading

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