Monthly Archives: June 2018
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Animals
Cee’s Which Way Challenge
Black & White Photo Challenge: Tracks and Train
Columns and Vertical Lines
Flower of the Day – June 11
Forty years ago today, the Love of My Life kissed me for the first time.
Yesterday, I kissed our son goodbye before he moves with his wife to Oregon.
To new beginnings and continued love.
A selection from my file marked “Widow’s Story”:
“I couldn’t stop thinking about him. I found out that he was in the same English class as my older sister, so I gave her a note to pass to him. I fastened it with a safety pin because I didn’t want her to read it. It was decorated with doodles and stuff, like a goofy schoolgirl with a crush would send. Basically, I offered to make him a cassette tape of my parents’ PDQ Bach album because I knew he was learning some of the madrigal pieces in choir and found them very funny. He sent me a note back, or spoke to me, and we agreed that I would give him that gift the next day before he got on the bus to go to the beach with the Senior class for Sneak Day. So, early on the morning of…
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