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Mayday! Roger That.

My car story is from long ago, but burned into my memory. My sister had a long-time friend who had moved overseas for a short time with her family, then returned to the States. She did not come back to … Continue reading

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Missed 32 of Third Grade’s Final 70 Days

                             … Though Not All in the Hospital                                                            By Jeff Salter              When asked my most unusual hospital experience, I didn’t have many to choose from.  Other than my brief stay after a 1953 tonsillectomy, this experience – of … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

                             Where Would We Be Without Moms?                                                           By Jeff Salter              Well, the obvious answer is:  without moms … we wouldn’t even exist!             Yeah, not only did they give us birth, but – in most cases – moms … Continue reading

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