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J is for Junction where Memories join Food

Writing 101, Day Ten: Happy (Insert Special Occasion Here)! Tell us about your favorite childhood meal — the one that was always a treat, that meant “celebration,” or that comforted you and has deep roots in your memory. I’m not sure where or how my mother learned to cook. She got married quite young, back … Continue reading

Living with an invisible Lifejacket

I’m sure if there is such a thing as an invisible life vest than I’m wearing one an a daily basis…(there is and it’s called a dependence on God).  Having made it way into my seventies, seventy-five in July (can you believe I just gave away my age?),  actually I’m proud to be able to say it!  What’s … Continue reading

B is for Boulder City

I was lucky to have spent most of my childhood in Boulder City which was (and still is) a green oasis in the Nevada Desert.  My family moved there in 1944  when my Dad  got a government transfer from Denver, Colorado. It was a place of security where young parents had no fear of  harm coming to their … Continue reading