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Save Me From My First Responders
Posted On 10/21/2020 23:53:43 by texasjane
You know you are going to have an off day when you go to get your morning coffee, step on a dog toy, stumble into a frig that has been there forever and get your leg and oxygen hose tangled in  leg of a stool in the kitchen.  It took me almost fifteen minutes from getting up from a chair to broken leg in the kitchen.My problems did not actually start when I broke my leg.  It was when I screamed at the top of my lungs in pain.  I had landed on the floor rather hard.  My l... Read More

My Hero was a War Hero
Posted On 10/21/2020 16:40:09 by Coletracer
Texas Jane told a beautiful story of her Grandmother’s sister and it reminded me of a story about my Grandfather. Not wanting to take away from her story, I’d like to share mine.World War One, "an awful war".My grandfather, a private, Medical Detachment, 4th Infantry, 3d Division. For extraordinary heroism in action near Cunel, France, October 5, 1918. Having been wounded and ordered to the rear, nevertheless continued to administer first-aid treatment to other wounded men under constant she... Read More

An Affair, Remember?
Posted On 10/20/2020 11:35:20 by texasjane
On the news today I saw a story about a woman who celebrated her birthday by jumping out of a plane.  She was one hundred and two.  Then I remembered my grandmother's older sister, Lilly, celebrating her birthday when she was also one hundred and two.
Lilly, was a real hoot.  She wore a bussell because she did not have much of a bottom.  I used to get a kick out of watching her turn her back to a mirror, then hold another mirror up so she could see what she looked like fro... Read More

The Pendlum Swings
Posted On 10/20/2020 03:09:29 by kiwibarb

The pendulum swings back and forth, and not only in clocks. It swings in our lives, in our circumstances, in our weather patterns, and just about anything that doesn’t remain stable.
Not so long ago, there was much criticism of teenagers, because they were consistently rude, ungrateful, uncaring, and generally self-centred. Recently I experienced a wonderful instance of a swing from that mindset to a refreshingly delightful change in a group of young people. I was waiting in a car... Read More

Story about Dame Alice Kyteler
Posted On 10/19/2020 15:51:35 by Cara_
It was the year 1280 in Kyteler's House in Kilkenny that Dame Alice Kyteler was born to a family of good prospects, a family of Flemish merchants who had settled in Kilkenny. Southern Ireland. When she grew up, Alice married William Outlawe, a wealthy merchant and moneylender, by whom she had a son. Then she married to her second husband, Adam le Blund of Callan, another rich moneylender. When he died, Alice married her third husband, Richard de Valle, a wealthy landowner, and after that, she ma... Read More

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