SQUARING THE LAMPLIGHT – FILM NOIR IN BOSTON #11 – Marilyn Armstrong

Squaring the Lamplight Since Becky already named this, I thought it was a good time to use a photo I have always loved, but definitely needed a redo. This was taken under the streetlights on the sidewalk next to Boston Symphony Hall. It was December and we were there for the Christmas Concert. The shadows … Continue reading SQUARING THE LAMPLIGHT – FILM NOIR IN BOSTON #11 – Marilyn Armstrong

THEN SHE SUMMED UP FAITH IN ONE SENTENCE – Marilyn Arnstrong

I had a very dear friend who was going through a terrible time of her life, yet her Christian faith never wavered. She once told me you could sum up Christianity in a sentence. "What is that?" I asked. "Christ died," she answered, "so we would be nice to each other, even before morning coffee." … Continue reading THEN SHE SUMMED UP FAITH IN ONE SENTENCE – Marilyn Arnstrong

WHAT’S IN A NAME? – Rich Paschall

Would You Change Your Name? by Rich Paschall When I finally come around to writing a short story for SERENDIPITY, I usually get stalled at the beginning when I need to decide on character names. It seems to me that the name is important and certain names will convey certain feelings to the reader.  So, … Continue reading WHAT’S IN A NAME? – Rich Paschall

SQUARED UP ARIZONA SUNSETS #12 – Marilyn Armstrong

ON THE SQUARE - ARIZONA SUNSETS #12 - Marilyn Armstrong I was amazed at the sunsets everywhere in Arizona. Just when I thought they couldn't be better, the next night would be even more brilliant. And so it went from one night to the next night, glorious sunset after sunset. In the mountains and even … Continue reading SQUARED UP ARIZONA SUNSETS #12 – Marilyn Armstrong