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A Tale of the Toasted Buns – A Throwback
Posted On 03/26/2020 05:10:37 by yourchoice
My mother's family were of German decent, with several major moves in their history. There are few details of her grandparent's move from Germany to southern Russia, during the reign of Catherine The Great, but we were told of the importance of the toasted buns which were, and still are, a special treat. In preparation for their long journey, they believed that to stay healthy, it was importance to bring a supply of drinking water with them as well as an abundance of homemade buns, toasted so th... Read More



Easter Sunday Prayer Meeting
Posted On 03/13/2020 17:08:24 by texasjane
The Saturday before Easter Sunday at our house was a little like Christmas Eve. We had the bus ready to go pick up the group of homeless people that had gathered under a bridge close to downtown Dallas. This year, Ray, my husband, had enlisted the help of Andrew, a doctor who had served in Vietnam. Andrew was a very large black man who had lost an eye and one arm before coming home from the war. He was as tall and big as Ray. Ray was a full blood Apache Indian and stood 6'5" and weighed in at... Read More



Who Is Watching Your Retirement
Posted On 02/24/2020 09:44:38 by texasjane
 I know too many details can bore you dear reader, but they are important to this story.  I promise these events really did occur.     Having to go on disability forced me into foreclosure on my home and led me to this wonderful spot on the lake.  My first day was very busy.  I had spent the morning packing and issuing orders to the movers and getting my van loaded with breakable items along with four dogs and a cat.  The movers were to follow me to t... Read More



No Birthday Cake?
Posted On 02/24/2020 09:06:15 by texasjane
My new grandmother had just explained to me about Christmas. We were coming home from my aunt's house after celebrating Thanksgiving.My sister and I were newly adopted and these holidays were very new to us. I was six and my sister was 4. Grandmother explained it was the celebration of the birth of Jesus. "You mean a birthday party?" I asked. She gave me a soft smile and a hug and said, "Yes." We call his birthday Christmas" I clapped my hands and replied, "Cake and ice cream?" When she said "No... Read More



Heroes For All Generations
Posted On 02/14/2020 07:23:35 by texasjane
As a retired teacher being asked to volunteer at a day care center was a thrill. I took my entire collection of DVD’s with the complete Lone Ranger series to a day care center for the homeless. This was inspired by my time with the Special Olympics group. All children seemed to like them so I gambled these kids would too. None of these kids had ever heard of The Lone Ranger.I announced to the kids I had something special to show them. I went on to say this was about a hero I had when I was a k... Read More



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