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Dear Friends,

Welcome to the first Sunday in August. Today in Costa Rica, we are celebrating the
the Virgin of the Angels (Virgen de Los Angeles), the official patron of our country. 367 more words


Chapter 5 ~ A Break in the Monotony

In late summer, Mother Nature cranked the thermostat to “Hell,” torching the Nebraska countryside in sweltering heat and oppressive humidity. The noonday sun burned through Dan’s shirt and baked his skin as he rested in the bed of his truck with his hands behind his head and his jean clad legs hanging off the open tailgate. 2,794 more words

Snippets from a small town part 2

July 16, 1972


Maureen, don’t expect me to defend your treatment of animals ever again! I am utterly astounded that the creature should belong to you, and outraged that you should have added yet another subject to the long list of incidents my husband will never forget. 322 more words



My flights from Edinburgh to Amsterdam and Amsterdam to Minneapolis went smoothly and on time. Of course its always the final and shortest flight that has to screw everything up. 1,309 more words

Let's talk "small town."

When I say I’m from a small town, it’s not necessarily in the overall population sense. But more that the town itself has a small base population. 664 more words


Today is the strangest day i swear. For once my mom is being nice to me and i dont know im just not used to it. 186 more words

The July List - 2015

1)  July was a quintessential summer month. The 4th was spent at my husband’s Uncle’s house, with family, swimming and hamburgers and hot dogs on the grill. 1,065 more words

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