Fort Devens 

D. E. Larsen, DVM The late flight into Boston was nearly empty. With three Army guys and one businessman, the stewardesses ran out of anything to do. We ended up in the back of the plane playing cards. One of the girls would run up and check on the other lone passenger every half hour.Continue reading “Fort Devens “

What’s for Dinner

D. E. Larsen, DVM Growing up, dinner time just happened. Mom would have the table set for dinner when we would come in from the barn after the evening milking. There was never a discussion of what was for dinner. Mom did all that, and you ate what was on the table or went hungry.Continue reading “What’s for Dinner”

Dig the Hole Deep 

D. E. Larsen, DVM Mom stepped out of the kitchen as soon as I came through the door. There was no smile on her face, which could only mean that there was work to be done. “I want you to change into work clothes,” Mom said. “I was up checking Lila and Robert’s today. TheyContinue reading Dig the Hole Deep