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End of an Era: a haibun

For many years my wife and I have been colloctors of old things. Sometimes we have had a “collection” in mind or working on, others finding old things that were just interesting to us. 220 more words

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The things we treasure

This last assignment in the writing challenge presented just that; a challenge.

I spent two days trying to conjure up a possession that I owned that I would consider a treasure and could not envision a one. 1,101 more words

Writing Project

Treasures

Pictures.

Those are what I treasure most. There’s no one image by itself that makes me tilt my head and utter that one familiar awww. But collectively, pictures are treasure troves. 1,215 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge - Intricate

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Artist:  Peyton

Created in 2006 at the age of six.

Presently hanging on mom’s kitchen’s wall.

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One man's trash...

It has been said “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” We purchased these treasures at the Salvation Army Thrift Store. The Salvation Army is a charitable, non-profit organization that does a lot of good. 48 more words

Day Twenty: The Things We Treasure

My most treasured possessions (are not possessions) they are my family, my girls, granddaughters, husband, sister, nieces and nephew.  Just wanted to get that out there so no one thought I did not feel they were most important to me.  507 more words

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Writing 101, Day Twenty: The Things We Treasure‏

I seem to have here yet another post on treasuring things. I see someone has a mindset that’s going to get them into a lot of trouble one day, so I’m happy to write a treatise on the dangers of treasuring things in the hope it will help somebody. 937 more words

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