TEN PHOTOGRAPHS “What’s that?” she asked me, pointing to the wall above my desk. “A photograph, a down- load from the Net, the house we rented near Monhegan’s southern tip last year,” I said. “My gosh,” she grinned, “you’ve got a hundred of them!” “Only ten,” I told her. “Only ten.” Impromptu workplace shrine, these […]

AUGUST 1957 by Pam Shack

AUGUST 1957 — for R — wed just two days our trusty ten-year old Pontiac, brand new to us “only 4000 miles on it — I just drove it to church on Sundays” spent half of the eight hundred dollars we’d saved the other half for our honeymoon – his first vacation in five years […]