DNA Testing by Ruth Ann Dandrea

What did you think, yousilly girl? If you broke itto its smallest bit you’dunderstand the whole?That in unwinding somefusilli of a molecule you’dfind an Italian grandmothercasting spells with a bowlof water, chicken bone,three drops of olive oil?That a Slinky-shaped bitof you belonging onceto her could Scheharazadestories of soldier ghostsand other dead who toldtheir tales to … Continue reading DNA Testing by Ruth Ann Dandrea

A Very Smelly April Fool’s Prank by William Gilbert

There are certainly advantages and disadvantages of being the youngest in a family of six children; but being the only boy with five older sisters carries with it a whole host of challenges. For instance, I can honestly say I never used the single flush toilet in our three-story Victorian home until after my three … Continue reading A Very Smelly April Fool’s Prank by William Gilbert