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Hollow Leg

There’s an old saying in Oklahoma for a kid with a big appetite.   In fact, my Grandpa directed this saying at my boys numerous times.   While my boys were finishing up their third plate of biscuits and sausage gravy (or … Continue reading

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Delusional

I had a hard time sleeping last night.   My sister said something yesterday that shook  me to the core.  I’ve always believed my sister to be of sound mind and judgment, but now…I just don’t know.  She tried to say … Continue reading

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My Friend from Oz

Most of the people I know are from Rogers County, Oklahoma.     If fact, the majority of those people can be found within a 5 mile radius of my house.   I’m not a world traveler, I don’t even like long car … Continue reading

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Christmas 2012 Part 2

Just a quick post to say… Christmas festivities ended on a happy note.   We met at my house for our yearly Christmas chin-dig.    We ate huge amounts of turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing,  chicken and noodles, Paula’s famous salad, … Continue reading

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Thirty Years

Every year I call to wish my sister a  happy birthday.  It has become a yearly tradition for me to tell her my memories of her arrival.       When you’re an 11-year-old, the birth of a sibling is a big deal….or … Continue reading

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I.P.A.D.–Intensive Productivity Annihilation Device

I purchase an Ipad from Wal-Mart on Black Friday.   I  don’t know how I’ve survived all this time without it.     I shouldn’t say I got it on “Black Friday” when I actually purchased it on Thanksgiving Thursday.    Anyway…that’s beside the … Continue reading

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Priceless

Before I start this story, you need to know a little about me and my childhood. As a kid, I was a tomboy like no other. Some of my earliest memories are squirrel hunting with my Dad and Grandpa. I … Continue reading

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