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Ammachi’s clothes always smell like a strange combination of mothballs and summer. They make me think of rickety old almirahs and wooden chairs with stiff backs, and hugging her reminds me of long road trips to small town Tamil Nadu. 1,316 more words


Cranberries in a pie crust

Just in time for Thanksgiving, my neighbor organized a pie swap. Each of us baked a pie, then sliced it up and shared a sample with the other participants. 355 more words


#18 Thankful for my grandmother

Today is my Grandmother’s birthday and we celebrated it by going out to dinner and having cake and ice cream back at my house. I remember going to her house when I was little after school and my brother and I would walk up the street with her to the convenient store on her street and get a snack. 124 more words


Who Is Lottie?

I have been typing and writing the name “Lottie” for a few weeks now, matter of fact I’ve even made a WHOLE logo – but the person to which that name belongs I have never referred to her as Lottie. 397 more words

South Branch Scribbler Guest

I am pleased to be a guest of Allan Hudson on his blog South Branch Scribbler, where I share some background on Amanda and a childhood anecdote. 154 more words


How to Help Your Children Experience Christmas All Year Long

Never thought that I would be nearly fifty chasing a three year old 24/7…but life happens…

And so many of us are raising, or even adopting, our own grandchildren these days…(so not getting on my soapbox about different generations right now)… 1,625 more words


After Effects

Hey y’all! It’s still just ACG here again tonight. AJA is still dealing with the after effects of what’s happened with her grandmother, so she’s not with us tonight. 25 more words

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