Tag Archives: childhood memories

My Greatest Fear

My Greatest Fear by Ernest Sears, Jr. Like others of you out there, I have had my share of life challenges and hardships. But the one trip that seems to have been my Mount Everest is the fear that my … Continue reading

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A Portrait in Words

A Portrait in Words by C. K. Thomas “Letters, we get letters. We get stacks and stacks of letters. Dear Perry, would you fill a request and sing the song I like best?” Perry Como took song requests on his … Continue reading

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A Memorial Day to Remember

A Memorial Day to Remember by Beth Kozan Let me tell you about May 30, 1956 – the day lightning struck our neighbor, Elmer. School was out. The cotton was planted. After dinner (served at noon), Daddy had gone back … Continue reading

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Good Girl Grows Up

Good Girl Grows Up by Beth Kozan Can you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be? This was the Facebook meme tonight that triggered some memories … What made me (and a few others) … Continue reading

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Cuban Cigars

Cuban Cigars by Eduardo Cerviño The room behind the garage was my favorite childhood hiding place. Boxes, trunks, children’s toys going back several generations were store there. Magazines from WWII and furniture packed the room up to the ceiling. Growing … Continue reading

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