Author: Joanna Jeronimo

Joanna Jeronimo

Alone

Editor’s Note – If you missed this seasonal story by Joanna Jeronimo from 2022, here’s another opportunity.   Fear. Alarming the senses, quickening our heart rate,

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Joanna Jeronimo

Flowers for Julian

Julian Ritter was a great artist who only cared to paint and didn’t want to be bothered by marketing.  He was in his 80’s when

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Joanna Jeronimo

A Short Love Story

He really loved that woman.  She held a fascination for him like standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon.  She was deep.  Wild and

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Joanna Jeronimo

Alone

Fear. Alarming the senses, quickening our heart rate, sending every cell into high alert, always on the lookout for the stealthy unknown hurt to strike.

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Joanna Jeronimo

Daddy Was a Fisherman

Heavenly Shrimp Miso Soup Recipe with Backstory He could fish a mud puddle and come home with dinner. A quiet country boy, he came from

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Joanna Jeronimo

Short Takes

Yellow Iris, Levee Road Yellow Iris are an invasive species, but they fly their spring flags so brightly they are a delight to see every

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