This Fourth of July, my husband and I took a drive in mid-Missouri to see some family farmland. The skies were spacious, though the fields of grain not yet amber.
If readers will permit me to mix my song-lyric metaphors, I can attest that the corn was, though not amber, as high as an elephant’s eye . . . and much higher than my eye.
What did you do on the Fourth of July this year?
Theresa is the award-winning author of historical fiction about settling the American West. Before she turned to writing, Theresa was an attorney, mediator, and human resources executive.
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