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A Salute to Service Workers
While I was sipping hot chocolate the other day, wrapped in a bulky sweater and fuzzy slippers inside my warm house, a city maintenance crew was down the street battling what appeared to be a broken water main.
Lots Going On
My parents have sold their farm and are relocating to Weatherford this Saturday.
Though storms may blow
During the 12 years we lived in the Philippines, weathering the storms that hit during typhoon season became almost routine.
My brother and I both have daughters who’ll turn 21 years old within the next three months – his eldest and my youngest.
After more than 20 years on the farm, my parents are packing up and moving to a smaller house in Weatherford. Now their great-grandkids’ main concern is where they will be able to play football during family gatherings.
More Attic Treasures
Last Saturday we continued our assault on 20 years’ worth of accumulated stuff in my parents’ attic and unearthed some long-lost treasures.
Making Memories ...
While cleaning out my parent’s attic the other day, I ran across a box of letters I had written to them during my college years.
In Support of United Way
I was one of three Senior Center staff members who took turns walking the street last Friday.
My kids’ early education took place in a one-room mission school with two teachers and nine children in seven different grades.
The Moment of Good-Bye
Whether it comes suddenly, without warning, or slowly over a period of weeks or months, we are never fully prepared for that moment of good-bye.
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