rural home, no matter where we lived, there were always weapons around. I am the middle child of a large family, but we were all taught the consequences of mis-handling weapons and dangerous items. Some of the things I had access to at twelve-years-old included a bow and (hunting, or tipped) arrows, numerous hunting rifles—some vintage, some modern, pellet pistols, bb-guns, all manner of hunting and throwing knives, etc, including the famous Bowie Knife. And I owned my own machete!
Thank you Chuck for being our guest on the Scribbler this week.
Next week, Susan Toy of Bequia returns with her short story, Family Jewels. Don't miss out on this author's fine storytelling.