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Pam Hawley

You May Be Right

By Pam Hawley

You May Be Right

Mom introduced me to imagination by reading to me. Once I had learned to read myself we sat side-by-side, a Stephen King paperback on her lap and a Laura Ingalls Wilder tale in mine. I’d pretend to be Laura, until the TV caught my eye, and I wanted to be Marianne from Gilligan’s Island instead. […]

The Yes-Man

By Pam Hawley

The Yes-Man

“Yes” and “No” were the ones he used the most. Yes, he’d like the back yard mowed. No, he didn‘t want spaghetti for dinner. The third word was a four-letter one he reserved for when “no” didn’t just mean “no,” but “not in a million years!” Now, I was talking with a preacher in a […]