Feb 28, 2010
Welcome to Tales By Tom. This is the fourth installment of
Tom Cagley Sr's short shory collections entitled, “Travel At Your
Own Risk.” I think this installment will deliver more
Story Eight: I was a Cub Scout but never was a Boy Scout. I had trouble remembering the Tenderfoot pledge. But I knew enough of the “rules“ by the time of this “event” to know how to react. Anyway, when polite candle-lit conversations evoke huge and unexpected initiatives, the old Boy Scout Oath is a simple and fabulous source of inspiration. “On my hono
Story Nine: There was much at stake on this particular trip to the Big Apple when all of a sudden I felt like Heathcliff (and Catherine) or possibly Lancelot (and Guinevere) or even Romeo (and Juliet) without the least bit of passion. In other words, DOOMED and alone. Part of the problem was the job, part was an accident of Fate of a permanent nature. They say this stuff happens. It did.
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The music is a song titled "Rhapsody" by Andy Guthrie and was supplied Music Alley from Mevio (www.musicalley.com).
See you in two weeks!