A Labor Day Fairytale!

A Labor Day from the past!

The Jazz Man

Billy B. loved Sauk Village.  The street that he lived on was full of friends.  There was Danny and Pauly on one end of the avenue and Susie and Steve, with his marionettes, on the other end of the placid tree lined road.  The front porch of his house was as long as his house and covered with a roof and the floor was concrete.  He and his friends could play on the porch when it was raining and feel secure and safe and dry.  The house in Sauk Village had a concrete drive way and part of it was covered to protect the car.  In the back yard there was a patio with a Weber charcoal grill and Billy’s dad grilled steaks and hamburgers and bratwurst on it…as well as corn on the cob and baked potatoes.

Ivy, his mom’s friend, came over daily to visit.  She was very…

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