A Sweet Treat

A Sweet Treat

Chapter 6 Miss Georgia baked that tried and true picker-upper that always made folks feel just a bit better, a coconut cream pie. It was still warm from the oven when she placed it in a basket and took it two doors down to Roe Williams’ house. As she passed Abigail’s home, her friend waved […]

Saying Good-bye to September

Saying Good-bye to September

  The last day of September. When I was a lot younger, I’d hear my parents talk about time flying, especially as they grew older. Now, I can tell you it seems that way to me too. It’s hard to believe summer is actually gone. The trees are still green, mostly, but leaves are falling. […]

Who Was That Masked Man, Anyway?

Who Was That Masked Man, Anyway?

For those of you old enough to remember or who have seen some of the re-re-runs, of the TV Show, The Lone Ranger, always at the end, one person will turn to the other and ask, “Who was that masked man, anway?” And someone else will answer, “Why, that was the Lone Ranger!” The picture […]

It Was a Dark and Stormy Night…

It Was a Dark and Stormy Night…

It certainly was a dark and stormy night. It was also a bit sleepless  because I stayed awake watching the storms’ progress across the states into Arkansas. I’m thankful for our meteorologists who miss sleep to keep us up on what’s happening in the heavens that affects us here on earth. Last night, it was some pretty […]

Sitting on the Old Front Porch

Sitting on the Old Front Porch

As you know, I really admire old houses, houses that have been lived in, that were built when builders took time to put them together well and even added artistic touches. On my mother’s birthday, I accidentally happened upon the picture of an old house in Tahlequah, built in 1906. It’s for sale and it’s lovely. […]

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