Trust is a Mutual Affair

by Mary Pitt If there are two words in the English language which should raise one’s level of alertness, those words are, “Trust me”.

The Living and the Dead

by Mary Pitt The living sing songs of inspiration, songs of praise for the superiority of their own nation, their own principles, and their own concept of God. They are … Read More

Things From Hell

Again Stephanie Baum shows her true colors – deep, deep hatred with a streak of bright malice.

The Joy of the Yoke

“Works like a horse” is a very old saying. Everyone that works to survive knows the feeling of the ‘endless furrow’. We all pull the plow together but our dreams … Read More


When I first started communicating with Marilyn (who was to become my wife) I realized that I had found someone who really spoke to my inner child, which had faded … Read More

House of My Heart

As I ‘cleaned house’ metaphorically, I discovered that my heart was made the way it was by all the experiences I’d had. Some good. Some terrible. Sting calls it ‘…the … Read More

Just and True

My father was not always my best friend – he still isn’t. However, he did give me a lot of good advice and was as good a father as he … Read More

Thousand Suns

“Keep the homefires burning” took on a whole new meaning for me as I struggled through a career change. I faced a number of people who were point-blank evil bastards and wanted nothing less than to crush my spirit. Something in me took fire and burns to this day.