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DADDY’S BOOTS

Whatever happened to daddy’s boots? Flannel shirts and Levis, or Western suits. Justin boots and Stetson hats were the apparel of my family roots.   They were given to my mom From the hospital that long night. Love and memories … Continue reading

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MY YOUNG FATHERS

Dear Friends, today I am introducing my young fathers to you.                Dan, my grandson, is a step-father to two boys.  For the love of Leeah, he became husband and step-father in one pledge … Continue reading

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ANCESTRAL FATHERS

  I came to be by way of a little hanky panky back in the long ago, by way of the Moores, who are said to be offspring of the Campbells of the infamous traitorous treatment of them toward a … Continue reading

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ME TARGET AUDIENCE? YOU, OF COURSE!

(I’m enjoying reliving some of me Blogging U assignments from two years ago. Hope you do to. ) So do I understand this fourth assignment right?  I am to decide and discuss who I am writing for—otherwise, who is my … Continue reading

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DECORATION DAY

Sadly I admit to contributing to the falling away of such things as decorating graves.  Due, I suppose, to the fact that I have no one buried within 350 miles of me.  And compounded by the lack of a decision … Continue reading

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MY YOUNG MOTHERS, THANK YOU

“Tell of his deeds…to your children and future generations.” “You’re depending on me a lot, aren’t you, Grandma?”   “Yes, Sweetie, I am,”  I replied. A few years ago this little exchange occurred between me and Alayna.  It was at … Continue reading

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FROM THE MOUTH OF BABES

“When will I have to stop going to church?” asked the four-year-old.. “What?” I responded, not believing I could have heard right. “When will I have to stop going to church?” he repeated. Noticing my bewilderment, he clarified, “When I … Continue reading

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