At used book stores, I rummage through stacks of old magazines, looking to complete my Emilie Loring short story collection. Today’s story comes from Rural Progress magazine a short-lived publication that was founded during the Depression and sent to farm homes in towns smaller than one thousand. Even then, it was distributed to only six … More “Freedom for Two” an Emilie Loring Short Story
A boat with a mother-of-pearl sail drifted by slowly not far from shore. A salty breeze picked up the skipper’s voice: “Nita, Juanita, Ask thy soul if we should part.” “What a voice and what a song, perfect for this night,” Myles Jaffray approved. I Hear Adventure Calling It was a very old song. Caroline … More Let’s See, How Do Those Lines Go?