Monthly Archives: March 2013

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That Was Funny!

March 18th, 2013 (8 Comments)

One year, Floyd and I were homeschooling our cousin’s very smart and alert four year old son, T.J, in preschool lessons during the time our children were in the fifth grade. We had many days when Floyd and I would have to leave the room and just burst out laughing.  When T.J. first started coming to […]


March 15th, 2013 (3 Comments)

Read Squanto – Part 1 here So that you can get the flavor of what is to follow, I’ll do my best to describe Jamie. Jamie was in his late-thirties, had red hair and a red beard. He mostly wore overalls. He is a people-person, like me, and neither one of us had any racial prejudices. […]

The Saga of Trying to Have Children–Part 3 of 3

March 15th, 2013 (7 Comments)

Read The Saga of Trying to Have Children – Part 2 of 3 here Aunt Mamie (Southerners pronounce it Ain’t Mamie.) hustled the four of us into Uncle Richard’s car and we headed down in the country. Now, I already thought we were in the country. We went down some dirt roads and stopped in front of a […]

SQUANTO — Part 1 of 2

March 14th, 2013 (6 Comments)

When we moved from Michigan to Alabama in 2008, the auctioneer ran newspaper and internet ads for us that said: “Everything for sale: real estate, art work and a three-legged goat!”   It all started the first Saturday in November, 2006. We were just about ready to leave home, in Morenci, MI, for the two […]

The Saga of Trying to Have Children–Part 2 of 3

March 14th, 2013 (4 Comments)

Read The Saga of Trying to Have Children – Part 1 here I spent a day at my sister’s house, and then we took a train to San Francisco. My sister and I have very different outlooks on life. (If you have read any of my stories, you are probably saying, “Yeah, I know you […]


March 14th, 2013 (3 Comments)

During my freshman year in college, I lived in one of the female dorms at Indiana University on the Bloomington campus. There were several good-looking guys on campus.   In the 60’s vernacular, Victor would have been described as “fine”.  He was about 5’8”, dark brown-skinned and had a very smooth vocal delivery.  You get […]


March 13th, 2013 (3 Comments)

We all make mistakes.  Some folks learn from them. Some folks keep repeating them.  Steeley Dan had a record out when I was in college.  It was about a guy who committed a crime and was let go because the lawman wasn’t hanging that day, but the guy went “right back Jack, and did it […]

The Saga of Trying to Have Children–Part 1 of 3

March 13th, 2013 (5 Comments)

Floyd and I were married when we both were age 41 in 1989. Neither one of us had children. I had never been pregnant. Father’s Day, June 1990, we decided to start a family. Actually to enlarge our family. Husband and wife are family. After many months of trying with no results, we decided to go […]

Time to Write

March 12th, 2013 (3 Comments)

Before I started writing,  I often wondered would I have enough to say to write stories and would the ideas come to me.  I remember a pastor talking about having grace when you need it.    He said, “We don’t need dying grace today, but it will be there when we need it”.   Well, inspiration […]