Street Hockey

There’s always another blizzard just before Easter.  If a good couple feet fall, and there’s base left and a freeze comes on, you’ll have fine condition for street hockey. The best street hockey is played after supper, as the old dim lamps dazzle through dropping flakes.  There’s very little traffic.  Mothers go to the store … Continue reading Street Hockey

The Fire at Sand Dune of St. Mary

Red, yellow-gold and brown fall leaves.  Damp smell of winter coming.  Football field full of spike treads.  Sand dune awaiting snow for sledding.  Wind whistles briskly, though occasionally.  Back to school pride.  The favored impressions rise, studies sports a kind teacher a secret crush your scope and maybe even one particular cafeteria food that doesn’t … Continue reading The Fire at Sand Dune of St. Mary