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A Childhood Lullaby
A Childhood Lullaby
By Lawrence H. Balleine
Instead of Brahms, he heard bangs and booms.
A Family's Refuge
A Family's Refuge
By Julia Nunnally Duncan
There was no better place to simply enjoy each other's company.
A Musical School Year
A Musical School Year
By Susan Davis
She didn't quite understand it, but it was fun all the same.
A Portal to Happiness
A Portal to Happiness
By Lewis F. Gossett
It was a place of matchless magic.
A Standout Year
A Standout Year
By Diana Vickery
The Gettysburg Address and The Star-Spangled Banner topped the list.
All Aboard
All Aboard
By Sheila E. Meador
Every trip was special.
Alone on the Train
Alone on the Train
By Barbara Privett
A bad case of homesickness was to blame.
Big Pink
Big Pink
By Bruce Smith
When he saw it at the end of the lot, he was speechless.
Both Hands, Please
Both Hands, Please
By Douglas S. Clark
It was the only way this was going to work.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Tricky Treats
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Tricky Treats
By Georgia Kohart
A fun twist on traditional favorites.
Half a Porch
Half a Porch
By Karla Cooper
There she learned what not to cut.
Job Well Done
Job Well Done
By W. Dean Marple
The ugly green thing witnessed it all.
Looking Hollywood Way -- A Different Kind of Soap Opera
Looking Hollywood Way -- A Different Kind of Soap Opera
By Michael O'Donnell
Dark Shadows broke the mold.
More Pedaling, Less Pondering
More Pedaling, Less Pondering
By Jerry Thordsen
A wayward thought set a "hooky adventure" in motion.
Mother's Meatloaf
Mother's Meatloaf
By Phillip Hammes
The thought of it made schoolwork impossible.
Not a Ghost of a Chance
Not a Ghost of a Chance
By Marilyn Ludwig
She never did get to be a cowgirl.
Part of the Scene
Part of the Scene
By David G. Kanzeg
A front porch with a glider? A true cultural necessity.
Rocket Man
Rocket Man
By Eddie Evans
The space race was on -- outside and inside his high school.
Safety Last
Safety Last
By James Deel
The deck was stacked against him that year.
Stay on the Porch!
Stay on the Porch!
By Lynn Cassity
They would have if they could have -- it was the perfect spot.
The Art of Making Sausage
The Art of Making Sausage
By Doug Sletten
The left hand didn't know what the right hand was doing.
The Neighborhood Hangout
The Neighborhood Hangout
By Linda Bennett
Adults and kids, and sometimes embarrassing garments, gathered there.
The Railroad Dog
The Railroad Dog
By Dana Martin Batory
He was treated like royalty no matter where he roamed.
Watching the World Go By
Watching the World Go By
By April Knight
She noticed everything and everybody.