Crayons – by Laura Burror

If I had a friend named Crayon we could all live in one big box. We could have a lot of other friends with the same designer plots. Our clothes would be matching, although we would have different names; Each one of us a different color although all of us are the same....

Death comes for a Quixote guest

On April 20, 2016, at 7am, I was lying in my tent pondering what I was going to do for the day when I hiccuped. When I hiccuped I not only felt but heard a pop in my stomach area and, suddenly, a very intense burning sensation started growing from the area. Within two...

Is it a service dog?

Lately, there has been much discussion of what makes a dog a service animal. Garage guests put together their criteria: If your dog can use the remote, she’s a service dog. If your dog is smarter than you are, she is a service dog. You know it’s a service dog when it...

Tips from one who knows

I know more than just a couple of people who must take conscious care of their mental health. I have fought depression and anxiety since I was 10 years old. Yeah, diagnosed at 10. Since then, I’ve discovered some things that help. Not many, and not always...

Danny writes again

I’m one of the world’s many homeless people, and  I say many because I believe there are lots of us. I’ve run into my share of people who want to run the homeless out of town. It’s happened to me right here in Prescott, where when you enter this nice little town you...