A GOOD FIT

A GOOD FIT

When I was in my early twenties, I brought a pair of camel colored leather pants from a boutique in Los Angeles that cost twice as much as my rent. I

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SNAIL MAIL

SNAIL MAIL

My mailbox here in rural Nebraska is pitiful. We’re talking cobwebs and crickets, my friends. I can’t recall the last time I actually

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LOST & FOUND

LOST & FOUND

I never knew my maternal grandfather.  I had just turned a year old when he died of a brain tumor at the age of only fifty-one. My maternal

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IT’S A SIGN

IT’S A SIGN

The signs of summer are hard to miss amid these hot and humid Nebraska summer days. The tattered 4-H buildings will soon be filled with little

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