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The time is 9:12 AM on September 1, 2015 and my cell phone is ringing. The caller’s number is familiar to me although a call from my cousin Donald...

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In the early years of the seventies on a warm day of sunshine in the little town of Lake City, Florida, My Mama, Lois Marion was driving her young daughters...

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I have a dear friend; Betty Baker is her name. My red-headed adopted sister, mere days older than me came from a totally different part of the country. ...

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December 14, 2014…it’s been one whole year since you left our presence and received your newest home. One year ago today, Robert Dale called me and...

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The following is a Tribute written to our Mama on the day of a glorious luncheon served to family and friends in our family church I hope you enjoy my...

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Memorial Day, May 26, 2014 and I’m planning to spend the day with my mother, Lois Marion.  I called her to inquire if she was going to be with any...

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Red, pink and white construction paper, frilly white paper doilies, blunt nosed scissors, glitter and the ever necessary Elmer’s Glue…these are the...

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Christmas Eve 2013 and the family gathered in the great room to experience the yearly gift-giving tradition. Naser, my husband of 42 years, our daughter...

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“But Mama…I want to play with all of my friends too!” I cried. “Their Mamas are letting them play down in that hole; why can’t I?”...

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The time is 1960 and the place is a very sleepy little town in North Central Florida.  The thoroughfare was a paved little two lane highway through town,...

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