*There's a hidden link, a secret message in today's piece. Can you find it? Amber birthed a book into the world, and worn to raw nubs from all the work, work, work, our family took a drive down into the hollow--the hollow of the Buffalo River, to be exact.
River sluices were made for crawfish and boys. My boys took to them like crawfish, scooting through on hands and feet.
They crawl to the big rock, the rough-hewn gem in the center of the diamond pool. There's a freedom hiding between rock and water.
Kingdom came last weekend. It wasn't raw, like we're so fond of celebrating these days. It was just simple beauty, the laughter of family, and a few cans of Sprite. It was wild, and we were filled up.
***WILD IN THE HOLLOW***
All quotes above are from Amber's new book, Wild in the Hollow. Would you consider joining Amber on her journey to write freedom? Wild in the Hollow is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Givington's or wherever fine (and I do mean fine) books are sold.
***SIGN UP FOR MY TINY LETTER***
Thanks for stopping in! If you enjoy reading here, sign up to receive my bi-monthly Tiny Letter. In the first of edition of the July newsletter, I'm discussing growing young. I'm also giving away Chapter 3 of Dear Little Brothers, a serial eBook. Sign up in the box below to receive Chapter 1 and look for the July Tiny Letter in your inbox to download the other chapters!