Monthly Archives: June 2012

Breaking Dishes

by Martha Grover I hid in the dining room closet. It offered safety from the sounds on the other side of the door:  yelling, swearing, things breaking. When the racket quieted, I cracked the door open and saw Dad pulling … Continue reading

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Do You Get It?

By Char Davenport             Recent events in my life sent me pondering about how hard it is to teach people things that they have to learn through experience.  An interesting blurb in the paper is what set these thoughts in … Continue reading

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The Spring Fair – 2012

by Ruth Tervol I saw her coming across the open space beside the extreme scream headed right to the main information booth where I was working, and thought “Oh No! Not her on my first day at the Spring Fair. … Continue reading

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