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Growing Up in Tennessee in the 1950s and 60s (and other little tales)



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Last Saturday afternoon, I had the pleasure of sitting down with my grandfather to talk with him about his childhood. Before we got together, I’d intended to have him speak about his childhood at Tennessee Preparatory School. 733 more words

Grandparent

5 Minutes from the Heart: Glue

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My children are the glue that holds my family together. They bind together everything of any importance in my life. They attach so deeply that it is often difficult to let go. 97 more words

Rhonda Crowdis Hardisty

WHEN YOU THINK YOU HAVE FAMILY TO COUNT ON THEY LET YOU DOWN. :(

It seems that after all the drama of my Grandmother’s stroke is in the past and the rehabilitation I still in progress and this makes her third rehab place that she has been put in. 486 more words

BOOKS

Celebrate Poetry-4/15: CHILDREN

The theme for Day 15′s celebrating National Poetry Month is “CHILDREN.” Click HERE for details of this haiku celebration of throughout the month of April. 190 more words

Life

Dehaluyi the moon of the green corn

As a small child some of the greatest words to hear came from my grandfather when he would say, “Usdi Duya (Little Bean) nvla (come).” There would be no telling where we would go or what we would do but you knew it would be something exciting. 791 more words

HROSSELLIFU

Solitude is my Solitaire

I have had an epiphany. My new life has been leading up to this, but I have been putting up mental barriers against the very idea. 655 more words

Grandchildren