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Beware the Dark Furry Beast!

Hello Everyone! It’s been a long time since we cousins have posted anything on this blog, so I’m wondering how many Followers we still have. But for those of you who are, and for readers who have just clicked on, … Continue reading

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A Heater? Whatever For?

“A Stove Now? Can Ye No Take A Bit o’ Cold?” This story comes from the days when stoves were being installed to heat the churches in Scotland.  Of course this bit of creature-comfort or “catering to the flesh” met … Continue reading

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“Certified” Mail

One sunny afternoon Mavis Gilbert took up her cane and set off to visit her good friend Annie Mitchell. Since Mavis’s husband Charlie passed away the two ladies had fallen into the habit of having afternoon tea together at three, … Continue reading

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The Vances and Turners Loved Poetry

The Vances and The Turners Loved Poetry by Linda C Butler The Vances and Turners enjoyed reciting poetry and spent countless hours memorizing. There was drudgery in farm work and in the days before radio and television, poetry was a … Continue reading

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