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A Cold Winter Morning
A Cold Winter Morning
By Roberta Carpenter Leonard
The aromas woke them -- and the chill kept them moving!
A Friendship for Life
A Friendship for Life
By Barbara S. Politano
They were -- and still are -- "palsie-walsies."
A Heavenly Journey
A Heavenly Journey
By Mary A. Wilson
The two besties searched for the quickest route.
A Red Hot Valentine
A Red Hot Valentine
By Daisy Hayes
Who should get the special gift?
A Speck in the Eye
A Speck in the Eye
By Martha Tolles
You never know how Mr. Right will come into view.
Best Friends in the '40s
Best Friends in the '40s
By Elizabeth Perkins
Their imaginations took them wherever they wanted to go.
Burning Down the Outhouse
Burning Down the Outhouse
By Wes Kendall
The third time was the charm.
Cheese Puffs and Ice Fishing
Cheese Puffs and Ice Fishing
By Mary Ann Gadberry
When the fish aren't biting, you'll try anything.
First-Grade Friend
First-Grade Friend
By Karen Bowen
More than 70 years later, they still haven't run out of things to talk about!
Goldilocks and the 3-Inch Heels
Goldilocks and the 3-Inch Heels
By Larry Ortolani
A blind date in a red dress sparked his interest -- and a romance.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Silver Dollar Sundays
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Silver Dollar Sundays
By Carol Tannehill
Comforting pancakes make any breakfast special.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Papa's "Rich" Car
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Papa's "Rich" Car
By Ian Holmes
It was the only option at the time.
Home Remedies -- Uncommon Cures for the Common Cold
Home Remedies -- Uncommon Cures for the Common Cold
By Vicki Tannehill
People will do anything to feel better. Anything!
Looking Hollywood Way -- The King and the Storyteller
Looking Hollywood Way -- The King and the Storyteller
By Michael O'Donnell
It was a successful mix of fact and fiction.
Mom's Mighty Monarch
Mom's Mighty Monarch
By JoAnn Jones Opsahl
It was the king of our kitchen.
More Like Brothers
More Like Brothers
By Robert E. Welch Sr.
It all started with a pencil.
Oak Street Girls
Oak Street Girls
By Valerie Skelly
Their friendship formed "across the street" has spanned miles and decades.
Papaw's Cigars
Papaw's Cigars
By Douglas S. Clark
It seemed like a good idea at the time.
Paper Dolls & Army Tanks
Paper Dolls & Army Tanks
By Joyce Sudbeck
Simple pleasures shared with a best friend made for the happiest of childhoods.
Right Move, Wrong Movie
Right Move, Wrong Movie
By Ray Budd
On-screen terror put the kibosh on front-seat romance.
That First Kiss
That First Kiss
By Phil Gladden
For a moment, it looked like that first kiss might be his last.
The Day the Match Was Struck
The Day the Match Was Struck
By Valerie Bryant Bennett
Dad would try anything to avoid lawn mowing.
The Schoolhouse Fire
The Schoolhouse Fire
By Barbara Epley-Shuck
The young teacher kept her cool -- until...
The Worst Day of the Year
The Worst Day of the Year
By April Knight
Just once, she wanted to get the most valentines.
Those Lunchtime Walks
Those Lunchtime Walks
By Genie Dickerson
Shared with each other, they were the best part of the day.
Waiting on Leanore
Waiting on Leanore
By Leanore Lembke
Patience cemented their friendship.
Was It a Babushka?
Was It a Babushka?
By Karla Cooper
Whatever it was called, it worked well.
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