Rian continued let his hand gently drag across some of the illegible pages, as if to will them back to their original state. At first glance he could understand why the museum didn’t show interest. The entries were scattered by date. The illegible pages only made the time gaps worse. One entry was a description of the previous captain in charge of the fort and Taylor’s evident disapproval. Another described the ragged defense of the fort and the eventual rescue from siege by Colonel Russell’s forces. But the most strange entry was the mention of a single man offering to save the fort before the Colonel arrived. According to the book, the man offered to save the whole fort in exchange for the life of a child.
Remainders of dust still flitted around in the light of his lantern. He pulled the case up along one of the walls where they could be easily stacked without being seen from outside. As he stood, he took a moment to look at the drawings on the walls.
It’s the drawing of the two
In the light and
In the night
It’s just me and you
Sometimes spring cleaning isn’t just for closets.
As I do with so many things, I briefly took to the challenge of bread making a few years ago. It was something to do on a Saturday in the winter when it was too cold to go outside. And, as I do with so many things, I felt like I got the hang of […]
How are you going to solve a problem half the people don’t even think is real?
Part II of my three part series discussing the shift in charitable giving, the policies which affect it, and the organizations it impacts. Consider this: according to the Internal Revenue Service, 152 million individual tax returns were filed in 2016. Of those filed, 40 million of them accounted for 80% of the dollars given to […]