Superhero by Ruth McHaney Danner I’ve often dreamed of being a superhero. In the dream I go about my daily activities, like mild-mannered Clark Kent. Suddenly, I get the call: a panic-stricken person begs me to drop everything […]
All Things Possible by Fran Farlow Grinning widely, the two pranksters hefted the bedraggled, lilac-spotted chair into the middle of my living room. It was the ugliest chair I’d ever seen, and the faces of the two carrying […]
Elizabeth Fry: Friend to Outcasts by Jewell Johnson Crime was rampant in England in the early 1800s. Prisons were overcrowded. Men and women guilty of minor crimes such as stealing huddled in cells with vicious murderers. Concerned government […]
The Free Shelf by Diane Stark   I don’t know how you did this, but with your coupons, your total comes to $2.47,” the drugstore clerk announced with a smile. I shrugged one shoulder.  “You just use coupons […]