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I Miss Letters

Originally posted on Penny Wilson Writes:
I miss letters.  The kind you used to get in your mail box.  Remember those?  Nobody writes letters anymore.  Even one of my dear friends who is now almost 80, sends emails rather than…

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What’s In A Name?

Originally posted on Penny Wilson Writes:
Here a Penny, there a Penny….. I was born with the name of Penny Nichols.  Not an easy name to live up to.  When I was in my teens and 20’s, I went by…

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Past lives…

Originally posted on Penny Wilson Writes:
My very early childhood was unusual, to say the least.  My brothers, mother and I moved a LOT.  I’ve been told I was born with wheels on my butt. After my mother left my…

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Good Intentions

Memories overflow Pooling like Black ink In the corners. Yesterday’s pain Echoes Today’s regrets. Paths taken Choices made. Intentions Give little Solace to Damages done. Copyright © Penny Wilson

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We call him Mister Dude — Ah dad…

Please enjoy this amazing tribute to a child, wonderfully penned by Ah dad. There once was a boy who lived in a village that time forgot. It was a fabulous place to live, a place filled with happiness, laughter and … Continue reading

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A Talk With Mom

Hi Mom.  Happy Mother’s Day.  I miss you.  This is a pretty setting.  I’m glad you have a place away from the road. I wish that I could talk to you.  There are so many things I would share with you! … Continue reading

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Easter Memories

Happy Easter! I don’t have a lot of childhood memories of Easter.  Growing up and going to church was hit and miss for me. My memories of Easter as a kid consisted of a few egg hunts, but mostly I … Continue reading

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