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Senior Citizens Day

Wedenesday, August 21 is a national holiday, one with a presidential proclamation issued  in 1988  and all that. I am not thrilled about celebrating it myself, because I don’t think I fit the target group. Baby boomers out there…what about … Continue reading

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Twixt Two Worlds

Twixt two worlds. That’s how I feel. Want to contact me? Dial my landline number – I realize we SAY ‘dial’ even though we don’t  – and I might talk to you using a harvest gold rotary desk phone. Missing … Continue reading

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‘Maters

Tomatoes speak summer. We enjoy the ‘love apple’ in a variety of ways… fresh off the vine with juice dripping off elbows, quartered on a plate with salt and pepper handy, sliced on a sandwich chowed down quickly before the bread gets … Continue reading

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First Sight of Nature’s Gem

At about the age I was moved to St. Louis to start school, Albert Morrow was moved to Doniphan. In reverse expectations, Big Spring would remain a consistent destination for my family’s excursions to the area. Though living only an … Continue reading

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Threading the Needle Day

This first appeared in my column in the The Prospect News a year ago today. Did you know it is Threading the Needle Day? Neither did I. The creator of the day is unknown so we don’t know who to … Continue reading

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My Treasure

Just meeting this deep soul has changed my life. No one could predict that now true love would come. Loving and being loved back is truly the greatest of joys. Hand in hand, heart with heart we go, Uncovering a … Continue reading

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Current Devotion

I did not grow up on a Current bank,  ‘Twas due to a simple switch of fate. For that I have dear Dad to thank. An ultimatum – city or country – from Mom, his mate. At age of five … Continue reading

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