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A Marriage Tie That Binds

It wasn’t my fault when I threw away my new husband’s paycheck—after all, I tidy up the house—and our marriage vows hadn’t stipulated, “Thou shalt not throw away thy spouse’s paycheck.” I considered denial, running away from home, or shifting the blame for this...
Guitars and Stuff by Jerry Alexander

Guitars and Stuff by Jerry Alexander

The first guitar I owned was a Gibson, small body, flat top with a round hole. I got it when I was a junior in high school. I think I paid $75 for it. The steel strings were kind of high and hurt my fingers. That was the one on which I learned the basic chords. I’d...
Rain by Morgana Hunter

Rain by Morgana Hunter

The third adult in our family of five kids and two parents was our German shepherd, Rain. I was a newborn when my father brought him home as a puppy tucked in his work coat pocket. Mother named him Rain for Mt. Rainier, which was visible from the hill above our house...

Memoir Conundrum by Morgana Hunter

Jung believed that a human being is inwardly whole, but that most of us have lost touch with important parts of ourselves. Each human being has a specific nature and calling which is uniquely his or her own, and unless these are fulfilled through a union of conscious...

Mother Realm

Mother Realm Women Bursting buttons on their dresses as they breathe deeply, opening themselves to the expanse and freedom of the universe. Women In the kitchen, peeling carrots, snapping beans, whipping potatoes, hands in flour, rolling pie crust thin across the...