Hustling the almighty dollar.On the road,it gives it takes.
Notebook writing.Novel in progress. Home. A mortgaged ranch in the Southland. Work takes me to Visalia,Ca.Late great San Joaquin Valley.Ghost of Joaquin Murrieta haunts this fertile landscape. Breadbasket of U.S.A. The other California.Okies. immigrant laborers,water wars.Gangs and drugs.A bucolic way of life in the New America.Checked out your page.Like they say Misery is a choice.Nice story
i am very happy to have you as my friend!on one side i always lived among uniforms back in Africa, Angola!onthe other side the best years of my career here in Europe were those working for a military judiciary police which i only left for the sake of my daughter who was too young and needing a lot of my attention!where you live , there must also still live Cassie Lyn Landry a teacher for special needs kids who did not have a happy encounter with a candian husband who turns out to be a mob worker in desguize!she fled Canada alive and that is what matters!
Good having you as a friend here at Crimespace. I am just returning back to West Virginia from my brother's funeral in New Jersey and need a little more time before I submit another story here and read the works of others. Losing loved ones is never easy.