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The Old Neighborhood
Posted On 08/13/2014 00:16:47 by BreeWolfe
The Old Neighborhood

My daughter and I took a car trip to our old neighborhood the other day. What a surprise for us both. There's a nice new restaurant where ours used to be. The building is the same but, the renovations were great. The green apartments where we first lived when we came to FL are now a soft purple with black wrought iron on the balcony railings. Simon Schwartz Grocery is gone, Wileys cleaners is gone, the 'Rent A TV' shop is gone. The Pottery Shoppe is gone, and the gas... Read More



BACK THEN
Posted On 06/19/2014 21:13:16 by Notgrnyyet
 
We slept outside on starlit, summer nights when the house was unbearable—no air- conditioning back then, and it was definitely over 100 degrees most summer days. No doubt the crickets, spiders, and no telling what else, crawled over us all night  lying on  an old quilt spread out.   Of course, my brother & I, and the cousins giggled ‘til much later than our regular bedtimes since we were out of earshot from the folks.
The sun was bli... Read More



The Old Brick House part one
Posted On 06/19/2014 02:58:39 by oppsgal
The old brick house. When I was growing up a part of my childhood was spent living in a big old house on the corner of East Smiley Avenue and Third Street.  My mother rented the bottom half of the old Victorian brick home.  We had 2 bedrooms a living room dinning room and small kitchen.  Four porches, two side yards a back yard and front yard.  I shared the bedroom with my brother, and my sister.  Brother's bed was on one wall a single bed with an old iron be... Read More



The New R.N. in a Small Prairie Town
Posted On 05/27/2014 23:52:37 by yourchoice
I was travelling to a small Alberta town and my first job interview as a graduate nurse from the Calgary General Hospital School of Nursing. Well, it wasn't quite official ...I was still waiting for my marks, and our graduation ceremonies, but I decided to start looking for work in the area where I had grown up. I wanted to get out of the city, and close to where a friend of mine was attending college. After the initial interview by the Matron of the hospital, I was assured that a job would be w... Read More



I'M JUST ME
Posted On 02/02/2014 14:35:32 by Notgrnyyet

Memories are what we draw on to remember people places and times in our life that made us either happy or sad. I choose the happy ones especially on a day when I tend to be sad or down about the things of now. Life was so simple when I was growing up. Probably due mostly to the fact that my Loving Parents took care to make me happy and protected. I just didn't know things were hard. That is a gift my Parents gave me that can never be replaced. That warm, safe, feeling loved, and wonderful yo... Read More



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