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My Grandmother’s Garden

While I was growing up, my grandmother had the most fantastic garden in the entire neighborhood! Flowers of every hue, fragrance, and description fairly burst into bloom each spring.

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The Grey Hairpin

© Linda Albert Whenever my grandmother came to visit, I was obligated to share my bedroom with her. I can still picture her relieving her pendulous breasts from the confines of her corset, then removing the pins from the bun in her snow-white hair. But though peeking at granny while pretending to be asleep provided some...

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Make New Friends

Here’s Something To Feel Good About Today! “Fear makes strangers of people who would be friends.” Shirley MacLaine If you’re one of those people who find it hard to make new friends you’re not alone. Most of us are uncomfortable when placed in a room full of strangers. We feel awkward when introducing ourselves,...

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Wedding Magic

When Sarah, told us a few months ago that it was her wish for all of the guests at her nuptials to wear white or ivory, many of us knew we would have to go shopping.

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Renew Old Friendships

  Here’s Something New to Feel Good About Today! Do you have an old friend from childhood, high school or college  that you have lost touch with? Now is the time to reconnect. Friends from your past who meant a lot to you then, can enrich your life now. Don’t hesitate, reach out to them today! I recently attended...

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My Angel’s Name is Dorie

The phone rang twice before the melody of my aunt’s soft, joyful voice brought a hint of relief to my ear. “Grand Central Station,” she answered, her words teasing a smile to the corners of my trembling lips.

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