Tag Archives: Timm Holt

Tea Party

Iced tea is my preference some like it scalding hot, sweet with milk most Americans prefer coffee robust black, hot. Iced does have its followers. Aristocracy historically had tea, France before Britain. Princesse de Tarente said it best “it cures … Continue reading

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Guilty

The verdict issued, though no jury was selected, there was no official trial not even a warrant issued. The police were absent only I saw it, none other. It was there, next to the walk, in the path by the … Continue reading

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Christmas Time

I don’t remember exactly when it happened but somewhere between childhood and adulthood it was decreed Thanksgiving and Christmas be closer and a week, maybe two were taken away. Records from that time have been searched I can’t find where … Continue reading

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