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Just a Boy

He says, “Hand,” and I reach over and take his small hand in mine. This is the fifth or sixth time throughout the night that I’ve heard that word and each time he whispers it, I comply. 215 more words

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Fairy Tale

He said he would make me his queen and in my innocence, I said yes.

I have been his queen for a number of years now. 154 more words

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At 13, she has presence beyond her years. The limelight is something that she neither basks in nor seeks. She simply moves in and out of it with grace. 75 more words

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Born to Be With You

It’s not the day-to-day living
As we pass like ships in the night
In our multi-shift worlds
Me doing my thing, He doing his

It’s not the 20-minute phone calls twice a day… 209 more words

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I’ve participated for the last two Friday’s in Friday Fictioner’s 100-word challenges. You look at a picture and write a story of approximately 100 words. For those of you who have followed my blog, you know that I have a hard time saying good morning in 100 words! 137 more words

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My Husband, The Pet Detective/Author or Cork It!

From: R.E. B erg
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2014 11:41 AM
To: Berg, Mary A.
Subject: Ziggy and the Hidden Treasure


 Just when you might have thought our boy had lost the power to amaze, I was shown otherwise late this morning. 415 more words

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Leave Those Feet at the Door

Washington Island has always been the keeper of all things precious for me. The Island has remained virtually unchanged in its appearance since I was a child, but the feelings it has always evoked in me have spanned my entire range of emotions. 987 more words

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