I’d be lying if I didn’t say I anticipated the end of Kathy Kexel’s story. But, that didn’t make it any less satisfying. Indeed, it made it more so.
This is the end of our Fourth of July themed free stories, and we appropriately finish with remembrances of that by-gone day when things were simpler and six-year-olds could sneak out of the house and spend all day in town and apparently no one would ever realize it, which is a good metaphor for the Fondue Writer’s Club.
Click on the picture of Racine, Wisconsin in the early 1960s at what looks to be Christmastime to read ‘Parade Day’.