Paul Bennett concludes his boyhood saga with the second part of “An Acre of Peace”. It is really heartwarming with a strong sense of nostalgia. It too me back to walking the woods in East Texas as a boy.
Click on the the left index finger on the old work gloves to read Part 2. If you missed it last week, click here to reread part one.
I thoroughly enjoyed the calm and relaxing tone of Paul Bennett’s tale which seems to come from a different time and place than most of us live: life is slower, dirt roads, dull axes to be sharpened, and lonely pines. Reminds me in many ways of my own childhood in East Texas. Except we weren’t as polite and nice as all of Paul’s characters.
Enjoy today’s story, and keep your eyes open for ancient plots of earth which hold mysteries and challenges.
Click on the axe blade to read the first part of Paul’s story — “An Acre of Peace, Part One”