Today’s post is part of Dr. Crystal Grimes’ holiday blogging party. To learn how you can participate in this event on your own blog, click here. A couple of weeks ago, I shared some information about author/blogger Alice Massa. Now, here’s one of her delightful holiday stories.
The Christmas Poet:
A Wreatha Natale Holiday Story, #2
(Dedicated to former postmasters–not poets–Retha Mueller, Marge Natale, and Mary A. Massa)
by Alice Jane-Marie Massa
Spanning ten city blocks and maintaining its status as the third largest rail terminal in the United States, Chicago’s Union Station was a whirlwind of noise and activity on December 17. Sitting quietly in the midst of the hubbub were retired teacher Wreatha Natale and her guide dog Wiggles. Douglas Fir–the man, not the tree–was kind to have taken the time to accompany her to this waiting area. “One half hour, and we will be back on…
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