Category Archives: Beginnings & Words
By Jamie Heiden Sometimes, it’s where it needs to be.
By Jamie Heiden Closet doors that just won’t close, kindergarten artwork under the beds. 52 left shoes and missing socks and 120 hats for just 10 heads. Their home is filled up to the brim, nothing more will seem to … Continue reading
This is the third and final image in this nursery rhyme series. By Jamie Heiden Star light, star bright, the only star I see tonight.
This is number two in my Nursery Rhyme series. By Jamie Heiden This is the house that Jill built…
This is image number one in my Nursery Rhyme series. By Jamie Heiden And the moon jumped over the cow…
By Jamie Heiden Belongs to Ms. Ella and her dog Sam. She is simple and he is fair. They always make room for visitors, of that you are now aware. The door is always open, to come and go as … Continue reading
By Jamie Heiden One by one the stars came out and the sun set slowly on the town of Mortonville. The wind blew softly and the frogs sang their songs and all was right in the town of Mortonville.
By Jamie Heiden Trinidad was his name and he had not always been a lonely dog. He had a family who loved him. His boy, Charlie would have staring contests with him. Charlie always won. He couldn’t contain his excitement…he … Continue reading
By Jamie Heiden Belongs to Mr. Thomas James Butterfield Winchester. A man who probably has 97 friends for each name he owns. His favorite color is dirt and his favorite smell is too. And… heâ€™ll add another name if that’s … Continue reading