Ursula's childhood adventures conclude; Marilyn, our Pine Street guardian angel and Ursula's granddaughter, connects them to the present.
We learn more about the barrel in the cellar; and Ursula's world changes, again, the way meeting your true love can do.
The widow wonders if the barrel in her cellar is part of a larger drama, one she'd rather not have a role in.
Unrest. Strikes. Dynamite. Ursula can't stop listening, and we are right with her, wondering what will happen next.
A flash forward within our flash back: Ursula shares her father's WWI story with her granddaughter, Marilyn.
The (now-ex) fisherman's tale entwines with the community's story of its coal mines. Ursula listens for us.
Ursula could not sleep that night. Her dreams woke her with terrifying imagery of sickly red, rubbery tentacles, wrapping around her wrists and ankles, trying to drag her into a black ocean. The girl’s tossing and turning woke her mother, who tried to coax her into sleep. “Count sheep, darling. Fluffy, happy sheep.” It was … Continue reading Pine Street Episode 183: The Adventures of Ursula
Ursula pictures a sea monster: a sickly red, a hellish red, spewing tentacles like thick ropes.
As we celebrate the ideals of Dr. King, Ursula passes important lessons to young Marilyn.
Ursula eavesdrops on a conversation about the sea, and the monsters within.