Monthly Archives: February 2015

We shouldn’t Be Here

By O’Ceallaigh – I was on my walk around our little mobile Home Park this morning when I walked past Bob’s unit. There was still the acrid odor of smoke in the air. There had been a fire there a … Continue reading

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Were You Ever in the Service?

By O’Ceallaigh – In late November of 1959 I was inducted into the U.S. Army and after receiving all my stuff at Fort Knox, Kentucky, I was flown to Fort Sam Houston, Texas for Basic Training. In our Company, D-3, … Continue reading

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The Cat and the Angel

By: O’Ceallaigh: I was 4 years old and had been sent to stay over-night with my Aunt Edith in the city. I don’t know where my Dad was. He was never a player in this story. But, my Mother, my … Continue reading

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