Lines in the Gravel
By Al Ainsworth + Walt Grayson (Foreword)

Al Ainsworth      6/28/16 1:04 PM

Thanks for sharing, Tamara. One of the purposes of sharing my stories was to remind others of their stories. Glad you are making good use of your china and crystal!

Tamara Miles      6/26/16 9:19 AM

I like the story of the special chili dog dinner. I like actually using the china and crystal, not every day but fairly often. Before David and I got together, he had kept his mother's crystal in a cabinet, dusty, for years. I took it out, cleaned it, and set it out on display. It's delicate and beautiful, but more importantly it was his mother's, and it needs to be seen, admired, and used. That is my own little story. I look forward to reading more of your work. You've made me smile. Blessings to you...

Darcie Cameron      6/09/15 4:15 PM

A wholesome and humorous joy to read.
Al Ainsworth      6/25/15 2:46 PM
Thank you, Darcie! Mine has been a wholesome and humorous life to live. Not without its struggles, for sure, but a blessed life, nonetheless.