Monthly Archives: March 2011

Touch the Sky

When I was a very young girl, my Aunt Theona lived at Creighton Hollow, –as the name implies, a valley between high hills. The hill began behind her home and climbed steeply right up to the sky. Once a couple … Continue reading

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Glad to Welcome Spring

The picture shows just a few rags of snow lying around in our area now that we have arrived at March. Our snowfall began when December arrived and though we live in a snow belt and are used to a … Continue reading

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The Clivia Bloomed Again

My older friend gave me the clivia plant. I’d never heard of a clivia before. I met Bill at the Senior Center. He showed me pictures of his clivia in bloom and we talked about it. He always sat at … Continue reading

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Lunch at School

Though I usually brought my lunch from home when I was in elementary school, there were times when I bought lunch in the cafeteria. We had menus to take home, so we could choose whether to buy lunch on any … Continue reading

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Let’s Have Lunch

In one of my earliest memories of school lunch time, I am sitting under the old oak tress (in my mind they are oak trees, wonder what they really were) at the edge of the school playground and eating my … Continue reading

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