Activity: 8 comments, 3 transcriptions


  • Dear Kelly, I wanted to let you know I received a delightful letter from Dakota, two years and one assignment after you passed my snail mail addy to him! Some little old lady put his envelope in another envelope and forwarded it to my new address (on her dime). Can ...
    on Happy Yule! by Kelly Jones Dec. 29, 2020
  • Well Dymitri, You know I can't keep quiet long. Breakfast is my favorite meal "out." I love places without chain names, places where I might be called "hon" or "dear" or even "sir." I like places where everyone checks out whose coming in and whose going out. The menu under ...
    on I.H.O.P. (ness) by Dymitri Haraszewski Dec. 29, 2020
  • Robert, this a brilliant work. It is raw. It is real. We all carry these things. It defines our humanity. It is cathartic. Pfister
    on Things Carried by Robert Russell Jan. 10, 2021
  • Russ, Snail mail is heading your way. This blog entry, like the other, is an exercise in faith, hope, and love. Keep writing brother, it does you good and as I hope others are helped by your wisdom. Wisdom earned from a journey, a hard difficult path that nevertheless led ...
    on It Starts With No Conditions!! by Robert Russell Jan. 10, 2021
  • Russ, when the well runs dry...what then? platitudes won't help and words themselves cannot convey sympathy for loss. in those times...all we have is hope...the hope of God is everlasting...the sweetest water that can never run dry. Even when it is a tiny ember, threatening to snuff out...hope can still ...
    on The End by Robert Russell Jan. 19, 2021
  • Thanks for writing! I finished the transcription for your post. Reading your post Charles made me to feel talking about change is not enough. I am investigating your links to see what else I might do besides talk. Thank you for being a spokesperson for all those incarcerated inhumanely. Your ...
    on Where Do We Go From Here? by Charles Douglas Owens, II Feb. 1, 2021
  • Thanks for writing! I finished the transcription for your post. Praying for improved food. John
    on Prison Food Still Criminally Awful by Charles Douglas Owens, II Feb. 1, 2021
  • James, Yes, "the Ship Chandler," was published February 17. Nice work, particularly in the ship's rigging. Authentic detail to a period piece. Keep up the good work. Pfister March 5, 2021
    on Yielding Pearls Voluntarily by James Riva March 5, 2021