Monthly Archives: April 2014

Monday’s Question

  Does anyone play board games anymore?  I have very fond memories as a child growing up playing board games with my sisters, my parents, and my neighborhood friends.  We spent countless hours playing checkers (both regular and Chinese checkers), … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt: The Wanderer

Today’s daily prompt:  Tell us about the top five places you’ve always wanted to visit. GO! 1.  New York City 2. Niagara Falls-  I went there on my honeymoon and it was beautiful and one of the best trips ever. … Continue reading

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Children’s Easter Books

I still have a small sack that contains the Easter books I used to read to my sons when they were little.  They are now in college.  Some things are just too hard to part with and their childhood books … Continue reading

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Do You Remember These?

When I was a little girl, there was a local five-and-dime within walking distance from the neighborhood I lived in.  Every year at Easter time, they displayed dyed Easter chicks in their front window, just like you see in the … Continue reading

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Monday’s Question

Question:  What reading material do you have on your bedside table this month? My Answer: Staying Positive in a Negative World: Attitudes That Enhance the Joy of Living– by Roger Campbell.  I so need this book. Love’s Enduring Promise (Book 2 … Continue reading

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