It was quite a beautiful park, and I am embarrassed to admit that it is practically in my own back yard, and I had never been.
The word was ominous. Cody had been struggling to find the right word as he stood in the backyard looking into the woods behind his family’s new house. The wood was a collection of colors and shadows. On the edge, light mixed in with the sharp greens and varying shades of muted browns, but looking... Continue Reading →