Another wonderful story to caper through by a nutty rock – diamond, I believe.
Source: Our Awful Friends | Nutsrok
This is the first in another Stream of Consciousness series, this time on Jessica’s web, make backwards link is to be found in the menu at http://brandrewmuses.wordpress.com
Stream of consciousness Sunday, part two:
1. The accumulator…
Stretching a definition to the extreme this week, just because I have a couple of days off work, SoCS2 is again brought to you by Linda G Hill and the prompt;
” “accumulate.” Use it any way you’d like. “
Better late than never…
The old man lay in bed, his hollow eyes gazing at something only he could see, the crisp white sheet on his chest rising and falling with a regularity that was surprising, given his gaunt appearance. The only sign that there might be anything out of the ordinary going on in the silent, brightly lit hospital room was the pair of handcuffs, with which his right wrist was attached to the heavy metal bed frame.
Early the next morning, Rufus rattled up in the wagon with the children just as Emma’s biscuits in the Dutch Oven browned. Sally was ecstatic about her new sister, but Little Joe wanted a puppy. “Well, if you are a good boy, maybe we can git you one of Fred Mason’s brown and white puppies, unless you decide you want another sister.” Joe teased.
” No, no. I want a puppy.” Little Joe insisted.
Joe brought Anya a plate of gravy and biscuits and a glass of milk. “Now you eat all of this. You got to feed that baby.” [continues]
Here is where this all begins Two Roads part 1
The day after Christmas, Neeley miscarried and was shamed at her relief. She already had five children and faced an uncertain future. Mama Cassie came to help out for a few days bringing her youngest daughter, Cynthia. At nine, Cynthia was about the age Neeley was when Ma died. Seeing the child playing with her children was bittersweet, remembering Mama had long abandoned her by that point in her life.[ continues]
Source: Two Roads Part 10 | Nutsrok