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Sunday Photo Fiction – June 30, 2019 Great Aunt Alice’s Chair.

Image: Pexels from Pixabay I was finding it frustratingly bothersome that the chair I inherited from my Great Aunt Alice had a bad habit of finding its way out into the street. Great Aunt Alice had been an eccentric in … Continue reading

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Sunday Photo Fiction – March 3, 2019 – Our Little Girl Walked

Image: Courtesy of Lakshmi Bhat We were never sure if she might walk so when she did it was a source of great joy to us. At three months she was a near death cot death. It was luck that … Continue reading

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Sunday Photo Fiction – February 24, 2019 – The Village Dandy

Photo Courtesy of Susan Spaulding When he died they donated his shoes to the museum. He was our village dandy, a man given to ostentation and show. When I saw his shoes on display I remembered a man who attended … Continue reading

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