Category Archives: youth

Guest: Author Diane Farr

I am pleased to welcome author Diane Farr. Diane and I met through a mutual writer friend on Facebook, who was also a guest of mine here. Welcome, Diane! Thank you, Tonette. I shall try not to embarrass myself. While … Continue reading

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Bases Covered, More or Less

We have been asked to talk about when we were children and the ‘dream jobs’ hoped to get when we grew up. When I was very, very young, all I wanted to be was a wife and mother. Santa brought … Continue reading

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High-Balling* to the New Year

We were to be discussing memorable New Year’s Eves, ones that stick out in our memories. You don’t want to hear about those. I had a few full of tears, but worse, a few full of hopes, a few full … Continue reading

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Kidding About Money

We are discussing how we earned money as a kid. I  remember that I got allowance for a short time. My friend,( who lived a few doors up), and I decided to have a club. Since we both had female … Continue reading

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Workin’ Hard for the Money

This week we’re discussing the ways we earned money while we were young, and Donna Summer’s 1983 hit came to mind. My father was an accountant, and later on he managed a credit union, so the value of money was … Continue reading

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Post 300: Back in the Bowl

  Or… How I Remembered My Most Memorable Dish By Jeff Salter Let’s get this 300 thing out of the way before I delve into this week’s topic, “memorable dishes”. Back at the very dawn of 2011, when I and … Continue reading

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You Wore What?

Well, They Looked Good on Errol Flynn By Jeff Salter We’re talking about wardrobe malfunctions this week… and I’ve previously posted one of the more embarrassing ones I’ve ever been connected with. https://fourfoxesonehound.wordpress.com/2014/02/06/something-really-embarrassing/ Beyond that, I have the usual assortment … Continue reading

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