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A Time to Grow
A Time to Grow
By Gene Sellier
It was a learning experience from start to finish.
Cool, Clear Water
Cool, Clear Water
By Lew Diehl
It took a lot of work and a lot of faith.
Dairy Barn Laundry
Dairy Barn Laundry
By Robert Michael Middleton
It was not without its hazards.
From Black-and-White to Color
From Black-and-White to Color
By John Scanlan
The simple gizmo promised amazing results.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Cheers for Spears
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Cheers for Spears
By Carol Tannehill
Welcome spring to your table with tender asparagus.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Last-Minute Change
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Last-Minute Change
By Linda McMahon
It wasn't cheating, was it?
Grandpa's Railroad Hats
Grandpa's Railroad Hats
By Pamela Lindsey
They came with a side of stories.
Just Like Lash
Just Like Lash
By Douglas S. Clark
He needed just one thing to top it all off.
Lamb Cake Revisited
Lamb Cake Revisited
By Karla Cooper
It was the thought that counted.
Looking Hollywood Way -- The "Greatest" Cast Ever Assembled
Looking Hollywood Way -- The "Greatest" Cast Ever Assembled
By Michael O' Donnell
Or was it just the "largest"?
Mark the Socks
Mark the Socks
By Karla Cooper
Without it, they were lost.
Mother's Mondays
Mother's Mondays
By Claire Flynn
They were much different than her kids' Mondays.
Sunny Side, Shady Side
Sunny Side, Shady Side
By Harriet G. Fry
There were pros and cons of each.
Sweet Spring
Sweet Spring
By Luanne Gabriel
There was nothing better than sugar camp.
The Little Shack Across the Creek
The Little Shack Across the Creek
By Jacqueline M. Tucker
It was barely fit for man or beast, but they moved in.
The Old Fridge
The Old Fridge
By Carol Palmer Nugent
It worked just fine for the 10 of them.
The Providing House
The Providing House
By Shirley Waxbom
He saw the potential in the backyard.
The Talent Show Bonnet
The Talent Show Bonnet
By Marian Bennett
She was willing to go onstage for that new hat.
The Thrown-In House
The Thrown-In House
By Pamela Shires Sneddon
It was like moving to heaven.
Wash-Pot Wood
Wash-Pot Wood
By Harry L. Rast Jr.
It caused a three-way standoff.
Bang the Pots Again
By Wynne G. Crombie
She went home 35 years later.
Grandma Margery's Modern "Conveniences"
By Audrey Corn
They gave a chilly first impression.
Home Remedies -- Get Your Juices Flowing
By Vicki Tannehill
Give your pots and pans a rest and squeeze something healthy and delicious for yourself.
Princess Hats
By Patty Rosvall
As soon as a hat hit her head, she became royalty.
Two City Kids in the Country
By Joan Flickinger
It was not even listed on the map.
Who Hid the Eggs?
By Margaret Cagle
She couldn't figure it out.
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