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Home Is Where The Heart Is

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A fender bender at a snowy intersection brings together a young homeless woman and a carpenter.


A man’s forearm captured Maggie’s interest first. This man’s forearm, revealed by the rolled-up sleeve of a denim shirt, showed dark hairs woven like a soft web over tanned skin. She leaned over to glimpse his face in his rear view mirror. It didn’t work. He was one car up on her...more

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I’ve always had an aversion to reading, watching or hearing interviews of favorite actors, authors, musicians, etc. because so often the real person doesn’t measure up to the beauty of the art they produce. Their politics or religion are distasteful, or they’re shallow and self-absorbed, a vacuous mop-head without a lick of sense. From then on, though I may appreciate their craft or art, it has so...more
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