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The Settling Pond

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Disaster Barely Avoided By Wayne Fuller When I was a young child, I wandered away from home frequently. I was the eighth of nine children, and my mother often delegated one of my six older sisters to try
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An Interlude

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After All the Changes By Aisha Marie Death has nothing to do with going away. The sun sets, the moon sets, but they are not gone. ~ Rumi   Mom and I didn’t have the closest of relationships.
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Someone’s Gift

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A Small Beaded Purse By Holly Montgomery In winter the landscape outside my windows in Clearwater sparkled in white like a painting on a china plate from a past era. In spring, my home’s interior spoke a different
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Take the High Ground

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Two Strategic Lessons By Max Jenkins When our family moved to Grangeville in December 1946, we became part of the Idaho’s largest county by area. Idaho County is bigger than New Jersey and only slightly smaller than Massachusetts.
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