The greatest treasure that washed ashore wasn't the gold.
Fleeting moonlight revealed the ghostly outline of a pirate flagship riding distant waves. Then all was dark again under scurrying clouds before a mermaid rose from the sea, shimmering under a moonbeam. The man who called himself Castaway stood spellbound as she promised treasure and a message to the master of the island.
But the treasure she offered was lashed to small powder kegs that formed a makeshift raft. Coul
Nimeno's Statue in Arles, France; photo by Dennis Jarvis "Dance with me."
Alejandro, the Matador in Hugo, Painter Place Saga Book 2 Recently, I read about an television interview that once took place with a professional dancer. When he was asked about the greatest lesson his parents had taught him about being a partner, his response was that they'd taught him to always be at 100% for each other. His father described his role in the partnership as being the "frame," and his