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An Essay ~~ by Jan Morrill

Someone asked me once when I started to write and why. My earliest recollection of writing was an exercise I did in second grade. On a cold winter afternoon, I watched my teacher, Mrs. Simmons, slowly remove an album from its jacket and run a soft cloth around its shiny black surface as she told the class she had a surprise for us. She’d ...

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Summer Supper and Summer Reads

Summer is here! Today is the Solstice, the longest day of 2013. We invite you to join us for a Summer Supper and we’re pleased to share our picks of Summer Reads along with our great picnic. So have a Blackberry Gin and Tonic with your appetite. The salads are served over at Jan, Vonnie, and Alicia’s sites. Come back for a ...

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