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Susan Sundwall
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A Dime A Daisy and Queen Anne's Lace
A summer walk can be lovely especially if there’s
a light breeze,   puffy white clouds and –
low humidity. And that’s how it was that evening last week. So off I went. I hadn’t gone past our tree line when I caught the
glint of something on the asphalt. Rig...
A Dime A Daisy and Queen Anne's Lace
A Dime A Daisy and Queen Anne's Lace
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Hometown Street Fair
Are hometown craft fairs, festivals and bazaars
pure Americana or what? I’ve got to think so. This past Saturday we drove the
six miles necessary to see our granddaughter in a local children’s theater
play, A Year With Frog and Toad. The kids did a spectacu...
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Casey at the Bat
Note:
This story was published in Prairie Times a few years ago.     Like
Father, Like Son, Like Grandson True
American Sportsmen When
my husband was in eighth grade he played basketball at a private school. His
teachers were very strict but made him what h...
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And Now for a Re-read
I’m at it again. Re-reading Gone With The Wind.
The first time I read it I was sixteen, the age of the heroine, Scarlett O’Hara,
when the story begins. I was taking a library science course in high school and
my mother forbade me to read it. So, of course, ...
And Now for a Re-read
And Now for a Re-read
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Let's Be Creative!
As many of you may know, or have gleaned from what
you’ve read here, I’m not much for foul language. Unless the word that starts
with   F is “free” or “fantastic” I don’t want
to hear it. And as for the C word – well – you better be talking about cheese and...
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Memorial Day 2018
No
One By
Susan Sundwall No
one won’t come home again When
no one goes to war And
brother slays not brother On
some clouded distant shore No
one will see poppies grow ‘Tween
crosses row on row But
only wind kissed petals Nodding
there in glorious show When
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A Short Spring Drive
Sometimes an early spring drive is a worthy substitute
for an early spring walk and I had one of those drives this morning. Had to go
to the local blood draw lab and I wanted to be the first one there. They   open at 6:30. I was the second one there. But
th...
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Repeating Myself
This is a repeat I hope you'll enjoy. The outside has been calling to me so I'm being lazy with the writing today. I got pansies and impatiens for Mother's Day and they're begging to be planted.  Around
Town                    A
couple of days a week I run ...
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Laugh a Little
At what age does a personality trait begin to show
in a child? Does a fussy eater become a no nonsense, everything in the proper
order kind of adult who still doesn’t like his mashed potatoes to touch the
green beans on his dinner plate? Does the little gir...
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Mountains, Valleys and Garlic Bread
The Adirondack mountains in upstate New York are
awesome. A perfect place for a retreat with a bunch-o-women you’ve known and
loved for many years. Camp of the Woods sits aloft at the edge of Lake Pleasant
and helps you push your real world troubles away if...
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