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A Mix of Memories
A Mix of Memories
By Dennis L. Peterson
The good outweighed the bad.
An Expert Seamstress
An Expert Seamstress
By Marie Waltson Elledge
The deception didn't fool everyone.
Book Club Love
Book Club Love
By Jennifer Wood
The waiting was the hardest part.
Buck
Buck
By Douglas S. Clark
He preferred the easier way.
Calico and Muslin Memories
Calico and Muslin Memories
By Trisha Faye
The Sunbonnet Sues came full circle.
First-Day Fail
First-Day Fail
By Donna McGuire Tanner
It was a huge disappointment.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Running Into Trouble
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Running Into Trouble
By Francine M. Leghorn
It was not the best first impression.
Grandma's Ragbags
Grandma's Ragbags
By Kim Hinson
They contained magical potential.
Grandma's Singer
Grandma's Singer
By Ruth B. Clark
She made it hum.
Grandpa's Memorable Afternoon
Grandpa's Memorable Afternoon
By Shirley Walter
The picker picked him clean.
Halloween at the Hardware Store
Halloween at the Hardware Store
By Wes Kendall
Not even the town marshal could put a stop to it.
Home Remedies -- Cool As a Cuke
Home Remedies -- Cool As a Cuke
By Vicki Tannehill
Cucumbers and their cousins are one cool cure.
Looking Hollywood Way -- Christopher Lee: Vampire, Villain, Wizard, Spy
Looking Hollywood Way -- Christopher Lee: Vampire, Villain, Wizard, Spy
By Michael O'Donnell
It has often been said that art imitates life. This seems to have been the case when, upon emerging from the horrors of World War II and entering immediately into a Cold War with nuclear weapons poised, moviegoing audiences were presented with many films depicting horror, intrigue, violence and espionage.
Mother's Busy Hands
Mother's Busy Hands
By Elizabeth Hatlen
They quilted and sewed year-round.
My Mother's Sewing School
My Mother's Sewing School
By Allen A. Lenius
Her skills were used everywhere, from school to home to church.
Ole Pooch on the Hooch
Ole Pooch on the Hooch
By Carol Thompson
What do stream locomotives, old whiskey stills and one fat beagle have in common?
Swamp Puppy
Swamp Puppy
By Mary M. Worsham
They were ready to take it home, until ...
The Hunt for Scorpions
The Hunt for Scorpions
By Connie Kutac
It was a noble adventure.
The Timid Student
The Timid Student
By Linda McMahon
His version of helpfulness left her empty-handed.
The Wrong Way for a Long Way
The Wrong Way for a Long Way
By George Lubeley, submitted by Marie Lubeley
All he wanted to do was join in on the fun.
The Yellow Plaid Jacket
The Yellow Plaid Jacket
By Margaret Johnston
Mom had a better idea for the material.
Threads of Love
Threads of Love
By Debi Schmitz
She made an impact one stitch at at time.
A Missing Whistle
By Gloria Calentine Hoover
It was there just a second ago ...
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