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D - Dancing
Posted On 09/09/2017 23:19:32 by chillipepper
D – DANCINGThere were several D Subjects that I was thinking of writing about but the one that stood out in my mind.  ‘Memories of the Dances’   that we attended as Teenagers and into our twenties.These dances were held every Saturday night in the local Hall in our little Town. This Hall served as a Schoolroom during the week and for Social events on the weekends. Before I was old enough and allowed to venture out on these evenings, I attended the school there.  Each Fr... Read More



J - I'm a Jazz Junkie!
Posted On 09/09/2017 01:08:57 by yourchoice
I am a lover of music. If you have read my profile page, you already know that, and I haven’t change since I posted it. I was brought up with music in my veins. My grandfather gave me a used Heintzman upright grand piano when I was four years old, and I started piano lessons shortly after. We lived on a farm so it was quite an effort for my parents to get me to my teacher’s dairy farm some miles away. My lessons continued with the same teacher until our family moved to the city whe... Read More



N- Neighbors
Posted On 09/07/2017 11:35:51 by Altara3
Neighbors.  I've heard that in 'cities', people don't know their neighbors.  In small towns, everyone knows everyone else. Our town is 'in between'.
At approximately 42,000 people, I actually don't run into people I know very often when out shopping--except for my actual neighbors.   My senior class--the last before the 'split' when a second public high school appeared--was 800.  A few of my fellow  graduates became public figures, but other than those, I don't... Read More



EXHAUSTED
Posted On 09/07/2017 05:57:29 by ASHESAM50
DEAR SIS MONA (YOUR CHOICE), IT WAS REALLY GOOD HEARING FROM YOU. I WISH I COULD ADEQUATELY DESCRIBE HOW I'M FEELING BUT I'LL JUST GO WITH TOTALLY EXHAUSTED AND HAVING EXCRUCIATING PAIN ALL OVER MY BODY. I LITERALLY FEEL AS IF I'M LOSING MY MIND FROM THE PAIN AND AS SOME DOCTORS HAVE SAID, WHEN I NOW FREELY ADMIT TO THE PAIN THEY KNOW I MUST BE FEELING, THEY KNOW THAT MY BODY IS NOW EXTREMELY EXTRA WEAK. I HAVE NO PROBLEM AT ALL IN SHARING MY HEALTH PROBLEMS WITH YOU. BECAUSE THEY ARE MANY, I WI... Read More



I - Inverness Included In Our Itinerary
Posted On 09/05/2017 22:33:32 by yourchoice
Several years ago, our dear friend who works for a major airlines, surprised us with two buddy passes, and we could fly anywhere that her company had schedules. The surprise came shortly after I completed a year of therapy in an effort to get my injured foot working again. When we asked her for suggestions that she thought I would be able to handle, she told us about the train pass that she thought we would enjoy. If we purchased the pass before we left home, we would be able to take the train a... Read More



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