Mother's Day

It was Mother’s Day again and Robert Allman tried to prepare for the occasion. Tradition held that, when worshippers attended church on Mother’s Day, those whose mothers were alive wore red roses. Those whose mother’s were passed—like Robert—would wear a white rose. However, after he could only find a red rose to wear, he never dreamed—not in a million years—what was in store for him. More

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About John I Jones

John Isaac Jones is a freelance writer/computer consultant who is currently living in suburban Atlanta. Although Jones grew up in Alabama, he has lived in several states including California, Florida, Montana, and Washington, D.C.
“John I.,” as he prefers to be called, settled in Georgia fifteen years ago. For 27 years, Jones was a reporter/writer/editor for newspapers and magazines throughout the world. These included local newspaper in Alabama, The National Enquirer, News of the World in London, the Sydney (Australia) Morning Herald and NBC television.
Today, Jones spends most of his time troubleshooting software conflicts on satellite computers. When he’s away from digital stuff, he likes to read, especially poetry. His favorite poem is The Windhover by Gerard Manley Hopkins. He is also a fan of Robert W. Service, Carl Sandburg, Matthew Arnold, and Bob Dylan.
His favorite book is Tales of Power by Carlos Castaneda.
His favorite rock CD is Jethro Tull’s Greatest Hits.
The greatest gift life has to offer, Jones says, is peace of mind.

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