Sam's Dream

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Sam had always known that he could fly. Fly in his dreams, that is; he was often flying in his dreams. This morning's dream was particularly vivid. It began with a feeling of great beauty, set in a perfect, early-spring day. The dandelions were bursting out in golden yellow and there was a warm and exciting ambience that foretold of pleasant things to come.
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About David Hockey

Eighty five years and still going! Air Force, industry, teaching, government and freelancing. But retirement is best, as I hope you will find.
When I had more energy I built my own home and looked after a very big vegetable garden. Nowadays I like to read, write, travel, play a Clavinova, talk with my children and grandchildren and think. (Probably thinking comes first.) I’ve written technical and travel articles, training programs and a long autobiography.

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Review by: Alan Face on Aug. 12, 2011 :
A quick and pleasant read. I give it one thumb up.
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Review by: Carol Marlene Smith on June 30, 2011 :
I liked this little story. I think it had a good meaning, like the little engine that could. It was funny in parts, I could picture all the people flying around, acting silly yet happy. Good work.
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