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A Sound Remembered
A Sound Remembered
By Jeanne Pafford Glasgow
The familiar tapping is now a thing of the past.
Coal Dust Dilemma
Coal Dust Dilemma
By Richard E. O'Brien
They could run, but they couldn't hide.
Cutting Through My Memories
Cutting Through My Memories
By Lorraine Warren
Scissors required.
Dad's Jacket
Dad's Jacket
By Maryanne Curran
It holds a place of honor in her closet.
Flying Lessons
Flying Lessons
By Nathan Bridwell
It was worth the risk of punishment.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Eating With Relish
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Eating With Relish
By Carol Tannehill
Piquant toppers give your grilling a thrill.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Making Do
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Making Do
By Douglas S. Clark
With a little bit of this and a little bit of that, his dad could repair anything.
Here's to Good Old Dad
Here's to Good Old Dad
By Robert Bauer
He was tough, independent and a worthy role model.
Looking Hollywood Way -- The Father of the Bride
Looking Hollywood Way -- The Father of the Bride
By Michael O'Donnell
The Forgotten Man.
Mamma and the Hungry Bandit
Mamma and the Hungry Bandit
By Marie Elledge
They were both surprised.
May Baskets
May Baskets
By Sara Etgen-Baker
The work began in the fall.
My Mother Rescues a Yacht
My Mother Rescues a Yacht
By Lynne Williams
She abandoned decorum and did what had to be done.
Right on Target
Right on Target
By Lana Tugman
She did not aim to do that.
Senior Year Surprise
Senior Year Surprise
By Dewey E. Olson
He was more popular than he thought.
Thanks for the Memories!
Thanks for the Memories!
By Judi Carroll
Everyone pitched in to make the night a success.
The Best Box
The Best Box
By Wallace T. Parry
It started -- and ended -- as the ugliest.
The Day of the Bull
The Day of the Bull
By Judy W. Robertson
Mom made sure they didn't go one inch farther.
The Gift
The Gift
By Jackie Clements-Marenda
It was time she learned the truth.
The Great Escape
The Great Escape
By April Knight
Anything was better than going to the prom by herself.
Tua Fatica -- You Must Work
Tua Fatica -- You Must Work
By Joseph DiOttavio
It was the most important lessons he learned from his father.
A Catalog of Fun
By Lynda Miller Vandiver
There was no limit to their options -- or their imaginations.
A Most Memorable Mother's Day
By Georgia A. Hubley
It was a close call.
Home Remedies -- Mother Nature's First-Aid Kit
By Vicki Tannehill
It's a germy world out there, but Mother Nature's got your back.
Making an Impression
By Rosemary F. Schultz
It didn't work out quite the way she had imagined.
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