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Why do we save letters?

I often question why I save letters. I have little notes my husband wrote to me when we first started dating, cards my father sent to me while I was in boarding school (my favorite one says “I picked this one just for you” with a little girl picking her nose on the cover), letters from camp, and letters from my grandfather tucked away in the cookbooks he left to me when he passed. 103 more words

Letters

Heirloom, Antique, Or Old Growth

By D.J. Glawson

I know it is still January, but the sunshine outside coupled with the melting snow is making me think about my garden already this year. 618 more words

Interesting Reads

On the Menu Tonight:

Seeing as the Foyer needed restocking, I thought I better go a harvesting hahha 59 more words

The Flats

Welcome, Baby! Weekend Quilts, Heirloom Quilts (+ Sale)

Do you know someone who’ll celebrate a birthday this month? I do. In reality, I’ll be celebrating my birthday, and so will two of my grandchildren, a sister-in-law, a cousin, and several friends. 27 more words

Women Ideas

Welcome, Baby! Weekend Quilts, Heirloom Quilts (+ Sale)

Do you know someone who’ll celebrate a birthday this month? I do. In reality, I’ll be celebrating my birthday, and so will two of my grandchildren, a sister-in-law, a cousin, and many buddies. 28 more words

Women Ideas

DNF Review: Daughters of the Dragon by Bill Andrews


Release Date: 
February 1st 2014

Publisher: Madhouse Press

Genre: Historical Fiction

Format: ebook

Source: copy provided by author

DURING WORLD WAR II, the Japanese forced 200,000 young Korean women to be sex slaves or “comfort women” for their soldiers. 658 more words

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