Is a Cobbler Worth It?

Is a Cobbler Worth It?  

By Nikki Pelezo / Dort Roads

Several years ago, in the dead of night, we drove into Oklahoma and stole a hunk of Aunt Rade’s blackberry vine.  We snuck on the old abandoned home place, and by the light of our old truck we dug … Read More

Zumba

Zumba 

By Nikki Pelezo / Dirt Roads 

It all started the day after New Year’s.  I looked at myself in the mirror and looking back at me was a frumpy broad wearing the only clothes I had left to wear, a baggy pair of flannel pajamas bottoms and a size … Read More

She Waits

She Waits

By Nikki Pelezo / Dirt Roads 

She’s down an old dirt road here in Northeast Texas.  You can’t miss her.  She’s been standing in the same spot for over 150 years.  The old church is quiet now, the cemetery association took her over about twenty years ago.  She … Read More

Old Dog-New Tricks

Old Dog-New Tricks

By Nikki Pelezo / Dirt Roads     

Like other seniors my age, I was given an internet device for Christmas. Just what I need, something else to control my world and make me appear less than intelligent. This booger can take photos, videos, play music, display maps, lets … Read More

Open for Bids

Open for Bids     

By Nikki Pelezo / Dirt Roads

My aunt Imogene, just this minute, left to go home after five of the most God-awful days of my life.  I know each and every one of you would love to have an adventure and a warm feeling of helping a Read More