Step In Time

Pasquale could feel the frigid draft from the window over their bed. The blankets they had hung there buffered the winter wind, but if the sound of that wind was any indication of its power, the draft certainly verified it. He felt along the floor next to the bed and found his trousers. The fabric was stiff with cold. Already in long johns and woolen socks, he swung his legs over the side, pulled on his pants, and yanked the …


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3 comments on “Step In Time

  1. Dan Downey on said:

    Very nice story Ron, Thank You.
    Sometimes you may write things and you may not even realize at the time how they will connect with different people. This story connected with me. My Grand Father was a Milk Man For the Bowman Dairy Company in Chicago and his stories would be very similar to those of Pasquale. My father was a Sales Manager covering the State of Michigan for the Fort Howard Paper Company of Green Bay, WI. We were very involved in Sports and in Scouting which presented a very busy schedule however our family seeded to always have time for a meal together in the evening. My wife and I have been blessed with four wonderful boys and as a Sales Representative myself, our lives are much like that of Patrick’s. Not saying that one generation is better than another but your story hit home because boy, have things ever changed. Thanks for your story!

  2. Dan Talbott on said:

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