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The Sunday Living History Interview - A Tale of Two Katharinas, a Legacy of Strong Women by Darlene Foster

Author Darlene Foster shares the story of two great-grandmothers who despite the hardships they faced, worked tirelessly to give their families a home and provide them with the tools needed to survive and thrive. 1,523 more words

It Is A Wonderful Life.

Darlene reblogged this on Darlene Foster's Blog and commented:

Today I am a special guest on Sally Cronin´s Living History blog. I hope you enjoy the story of my two great-grandmothers.

reading (writing game 13)

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I have always loved to read, it has been a way of getting away from things when I was I a kid. I loved reading the books that had a universe of it self, like Harry Potter, or twilight. 347 more words

Expecting some new things

 

To-day we have pieces of pizza. Yesterday

We saw the scream at a museum. And to-morrow midnight

We shall see the north star. But to-day, … 242 more words

writing game 8

So I was out with my boyfriend Jig last night, he had asked me out, so I had great expectations. I thought that he had planned a perfect date in Madrid, even when he invited me there, I thought that it would be the most romantic vacation I have been on ever. 150 more words

Writing game 7

She was at one of her best friends 18th birthday, when she meets him for the first time. She stepped in, and saw her friends, at went over and hugged them.   329 more words

I would love to have the duchess

I stand here and pain the most beautiful woman in the world, and for who to adore? The duke, and all the wealthy people, They have her all the time, and the the duke even has her everyday, and all day even also the nights. 315 more words