Category Archives: Humor

Chapter 4, Continued.

The Vocabulary Lesson “Hey, Dana, are you a virgin?” blurts Jesse from across the lunchroom table. I look up from my mashed potato’s and gravy. She’s grinning. So are all the other fourth graders sitting around her. I have no … Continue reading

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Chapter 3 – Please Don’t Eat the Daisies!

Every Wednesday we had a housekeeper. Mrs. Mangor was Norwegian, tall, and strong, who hauled her buckets, mops, and rags around the house, while wearing a dress! I’d see her upstairs, downstairs, on the stairs, and I always scrammed to keep … Continue reading

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The Tail Gunner’s Daughter: A Memoir

Growing up with a B-17 tail gunner father and an opinionated mother with a firm stance and a warm heart. Continue reading

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Dad could have been a Muppet!

As mentioned on my about page, I’ve been gasping for time. I was helping out with my Dad and his broken foot. He is unable to bear weight on it, so he sits a lot. I washed his gray, Einstein-like … Continue reading

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To Dye It or Not to Dye it?

I’d like to start this article by inviting your comments and opinions. After 24 years as a navy spouse, which ended in divorce, I was looking at a life change, as many women do. I was an educated, stay-at-home mom, … Continue reading

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