Monthly Archives: May 2020

A Snowy, Blowy Memory

May 25 – Here’s a memory from the late fall of 1956… As the train rattled along towards Erie, my husband Dale stared gloomily out the window. “I’ve never seen so much snow in my life!” he muttered. “Those drift … Continue reading

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May I Conduct You?

May 11 – This blog will be short, but I was reminded the other day of a humorous incident from my early twenties and I thought I’d share it with you. Back in 1947, I was chosen, along with three … Continue reading

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Some School Memories

April 30 – Cherished memories! About 6 zillion or so, but I will just mention two. Way back when I was teaching in first grade, a cute little freckle-faced, red-haired girl, Jessica, came bounding into the classroom with joy and … Continue reading

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