“I was feeling well and while I was chatting with Ruth and Margaret a sparrow flew into the wrapping area from the outside. I was drawn to the plight of that sparrow for the rest of the day. I thought it so odd and unnatural for that bird to be in the noisy factory with […]
He leans against one wall and smokes his pipe while watching the other workers, mostly women, in their activities at the gate. Some are arriving for their 10 hour shift and others are leaving. A variety of accents and languages can be heard as they talk to each other or to the person they are […]
He doesn’t feel that he is unique. He suspects that there are others in this world that are having the visions and the thoughts just like him
Sandro met Hannah O’Dell at Lake Chautauqua during one of the summer programs there that consisted of presentations by several authors and explorers. He soon came to love the name Hannah and only later did he acquire the habit of calling her O’Dell.
On warm summer evenings he would sit on the river bank and listen to the work songs of the oarsmen on the keelboats and the pole boats as they slowly made their way north to Pittsburgh or south toward the Mississippi.