Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Adventuresome Suitcase

Meetings with the teacher and to-do lists prior to the class trip to Denmark were behind us. Permission slips were signed and the trip paid for and arrangements for lodging with Danish families, the history teacher answered all of our … Continue reading

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What’s on the Other Side?

In our Sturbridge, Massachusetts home, my father built pine doors to close off the attic passageways. On rainy days, we often swung on the doors and played in the dark attic recesses. We created our own mysteries and ghost stories. … Continue reading

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April Showers Bring May Flowers

In Massachusetts when we couldn’t go outside to play in Sturbridge because of the rain, our mother uttered “April showers bring May flowers.” There was always hope that the rains would cease, and sun would return to hasten flowers and … Continue reading

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The Scrubs Are Just a Cover!

    Last week we were graced with a visit from our traveling nurse daughter who wanted to help celebrate Mother’s Day early. As we visited, talked and caught up with her life and doings, I was most impressed with … Continue reading

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