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AND THE PAINTED PONIES GO UP AND DOWN

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My daughter, Cassie, turns 30 today. As much as that is certainly a milestone worthy of celebrating, I will also be celebrating my own milestone today. March 1, 1985 was the day that I first stepped…

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BLUE BIRDS OVER THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER

via BLUE BIRDS OVER THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER BLUE BIRDS OVER THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER Posted on March 4, 2018 by Carol Bryant He was sitting in a well-worn recliner, head rolled back, dozing in the sunshine slanting … Continue reading

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BLUE BIRDS OVER THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER

He was sitting in a well-worn recliner, head rolled back, dozing in the sunshine slanting through the tall window. The room was standard institutional bland but he made it look almost classy with his dapper, baby blue sweater vest, pressed pants and shock … Continue reading

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I JUST NEVER KNEW

I never knew how much it hurts when your mother dies.  The nurse in me had always accepted that death is inevitable. No one lives forever. Everyone loses their parents eventually. It’s the na… Source: I JUST NEVER KNEW

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WRITE NOW

Last year at this time,  I was lucky enough to still have my mother. A generous woman who remembered every birthday, every anniversary, with cards and gifts. I also had a lot of stuff. Too much stu… Source: WRITE NOW

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BEHIND THE NURSERY DOOR

Growing up in the 50’s, I was told that girls were made of “sugar and spice and everything nice”. Boys, on the other hand, were made of “snips and snails and puppy dog tails… Source: BEHIND THE NURSERY DOOR

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POSTSCRIPT TO LOVE STORY ACT 2

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