Off of a non-descript part of Fourth Street in the North Valley, is a tree lined street where a hidden paradise exists. My cousin Soledad lives on this street and the most spectacular sight awaits you when you walk through her house and into her backyard. What you see is an explosion of color all around. It is a garden paradise.
You ever have one of those days when everything goes wrong? The elevator at work decided not to work. My office is on the third floor and since my knees were screaming at me today, it was a chore having to drag stuff up and down three flights of stairs. I had to go to Costco for supplies in the pouring rain. The… Continue
The best thing about being involved with Duke City Fix is that I have met some of the wild and crazy people that inhabit these cyberspace pages. I’ve met many of these folks through the organization of the Porque Burque Art and Craft Show.
The Aztecs believed that “the happy dead” visited their relatives in the form of beautiful butterflies to assure the family that all was well. These butterflies flew around the house and around bouquets of flowers...
My father would have been 78 years old this past Sunday, May 4. After struggling with cancer off and on for around 10 years, he very quietly passed away in the comfort of his home with his family around. I got…