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Marta Burden
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Thank You For Coming
Thank you for coming. You've been a great addition to our family. Your sacrificial giving of your time and energy have been without question - an invaluable asset. You've held our food so carefully and given us hours of science projects. Whether full to the...

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Aunt Cora
Don't let that smile fool you, she was a tough cookie - Aunt Cora Jaynes. My dad was in the Air Force, in Goose Bay, Labrador when I was born. Mom lived in Colorado. Aunt Cora came from North Salem, Indiana to care for my mother and me. My birth was quite t...

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I must have been bored one afternoon in my teen years - either that or my mom challenged me with consequences to clean out my bedroom closet. I rummaged through the collection of boxes that housed keepsakes and other useless stuff of childhood. And yes, I s...

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Trailer Days
There's nothing quite like being an only child on a road trip in a station wagon in the 50s. The back end was my playground. And when my dad pulled down the back seats, I had a bedroom. Before we had our trailer, the suitcases were lined around the sides of...

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Summertime...and the livin' is easy. Janis Joplin belts out her invitation to grab a mason jar of sweet tea, and laze around the water hole on a sweltering afternoon. In this case, come along as I ponder and reminisce my childhood memories of summer. Mom's ...

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The Makeover
Hubster and I live in a small post WWII house It was built in 1948. Back then, most middle class folks didn't have a bunch of stuff. There are two little closets in both bedrooms - a his and hers thing. He had a few slacks, a few shirts, a few suits, a few ...

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New Beginnings
My thoughts go back to May 4th. I'm sitting in my car, summoning my courage to kick in. "I can do this..." Three weeks ahead of me. How will I react to the IV chemo? Will I fly by or be one of the "problem children"? Lots of questions. Lots of unknown. Fast...

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New Beginnings
My thoughts go back to May 4th. I'm sitting in my car, summoning my courage to kick in. "I can do this..." Three weeks ahead of me. How will I react to the IV chemo? Will I fly by or be one of the "problem children"? Lots of questions. Lots of unknown. Fast...
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