The Brownie

Marian D. Heike married Doc L.N.Heike, Waukon Iowa bought first farm from Elmer Fogt 1968, Mom and dad named the farm, The triple H, Heike’s Hilly Haven, The was old log cabin barn and house, Sometimes in nineteen thirties log house was covered in black tar, Sixty acreas rolling hills, Kids paradise, Mom loved horses,Continue reading “The Brownie”

The galloper

Little, Smart, Graceful, Purrfect, Cslico grey, Spins, Highfives, Gracefull she sails, Twisting, Flipping, Galloping, My little girl, Sophie. Kitten going on four months, My heart, My familiar,

Chapter 23,Disney’s Percy Jackson’s Last Olympian by Rick Riordan

Chapter 18, https://youtu.be/XbS04naeZ9A Chapter 19a, https://youtu.be/kM4SBRpRrWQ Chapter 19b, https://youtu.be/0GgjxeyjNQc Chapter 19c, https://youtu.be/E6XVg9Q5ZmQ Chapter 20a, https://youtu.be/9nai5jfuBT8 Chapter 20b{Terrific end of this chapter} https://youtu.be/2LMPWJR-c0s Chapter 21, https://youtu.be/TBqpk6btSk0 Chapter 22, https://youtu.be/kqdf85pEg3g Chapter 23, https://youtu.be/1SYSZQm9i2o

Ellen and Val’s song when 2 & 5

Cub Lake, owned by Heike family since bought by Paul John Andrew Heike in the 1930’s

Paul(second youngest son of Robert Heike who with his young wife and oldest son Robert and little Paul came from Prussia and settled in Butternut,Wisconsin.Robert was a Lutheran minister.Butternut is where Cub Lake is also in Sawyrr County.) my grand dad a First sargent in the nedical corps in France WWI. Grand dad removed injuredContinue reading “Cub Lake, owned by Heike family since bought by Paul John Andrew Heike in the 1930’s”

Outside

Outside is a goal Outside was always easy Outside was safe Outside was full of games: Hide and seek Red rover,red Rover Cops and robbers Then with youth bullies were in the house and at school That was no problem I got hiding Hiding I understood I ws a home body none of the demonsContinue reading “Outside”

On Gossamer Wings

Sailing bye Threw space and time Up threw the ozone Rebounding to.earth No Clarence vell rang Still Marian got her figurative wings She briefly ponders Blue box drifting bye One door She stops Knocks Yells ‘You Who!’ Figures no one home Unlike Iowa’s Human Services September third twenty twelve flies away Floats a bit toContinue reading “On Gossamer Wings”

Chapter 13a,13b,Heart of Home by Ted Kerasote

End of Chapter 1,Fair weather by Richard Peck

End Lancaster County Amish Christmas Suzanne Woods Fisher