When the Angora Chronicles first got started I didn’t bother to take inventory of how many stories I had in my head and I sure didn’t know if anyone else would be willing to tell a few stories of their own. So for this to carry on for more than seven years is kind of a miracle in itself.
The screenshots below, of a very early post, makes it seem like I thought after a week or so I was about to run out of something to say. Of course 7 years and 3 month later, a few stories have grown into more than 1500.
I really want to thank everyone that has stepped up and contributed. I also give thanks to the ones that read and comment on all the stories.
Below when I talk about Fast and Furious, I’m referring to Operation Fast and Furious, a US Government Program where members of our Government handed previously confiscated guns over to Mexican Cartels, with hopes of tracking them and putting bad guys in jail. But instead a huge percentage of the 2000 weapons involved were never seen again. That was very much in the news at the time – 2014.
The reference to Madeline “falling across my casket” was made, because I had just told a story where she and I went to a funeral where that actually happened.