Honoring the price of freedom
May 31, 2010
Over at katdish’s blog today, I have a story about a man I’ve known most of my life. He’s going to talk, not me. I just listened.
You may disagree with some or even all of what he says, and that’s fine. That’s your right. He’d be the first to say that, too. But he’d also be the first to say that part of the reason why you have that right is because of people like him, and you won’t be able to disagree with that.
Before you leave, I invite you to click on the video above (you may want to grab a tissue or two beforehand). Today’s a holiday for many of us. Whatever you do, I hope you have fun. I also hope that at some point you pause to remember those who have given everything so you can have something.
The Curse of Crow Hollow
“Coffey spins a wicked tale . . . [The Curse of Crow Hollow] blends folklore, superstition, and subconscious dread in the vein of Shirley Jackson’s ‘The Lottery.’”
Available online and your local bookstore.