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Cherished Words

I was lucky enough to know my Grandparents as I grew to adulthood and they were still alive while I was an adult. I am a bit saddened that although they were alive, I lived at a distance so didn’t … Continue reading

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Walls and Fences

Good fences make good neighbours. Walls can be good places to post things. Walls and fences can be torn down or be nice places to sit on or lean on and talk things out. ~dwp Fences and garden walls have … Continue reading

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We’ll Be Seeing You!

Weddings and Anniversaries and Funerals — oh my! It strikes me that there are many relatives and family friends that I have of recent times only seen at funerals and weddings. As a child I can remember seeing them at … Continue reading

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Roots

What is Heritage? Recently I was visited by an Uncle and Aunt and that spurred a train of thought. I realized that on my Mother’s side of the family two of my uncles are strongly involved in our Norwegian heritage … Continue reading

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Kick the Can

September has come and with September, can Autumn be far away? Dewy wet mornings Golden dewy sunlight School bells tolling Get up sleepy head. With September comes a harvesting. Not just the big harvesting of amber fields of grain, but … Continue reading

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