Tag Archives: Family Heirlooms

Whose Property Is it?

I love the Opt Ed section of the paper. I believe we all need to write at least one letter on something we’re passionate about in our lifetime. In saying that, I applaud this reader “In a ruling Friday, Judge … Continue reading

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Family Heirloom

 Comical Explanation

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Nostalgia

At the end of a stressful day (I work on a locked inpatient unit), I play Super Mario Bros on my kids Nintendo. It takes me back to my youth, when playing with my neighbors was the happiest time in … Continue reading

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The Bright Colors He Favored’

We stood in our grandfather’s closet, five granddaughters taking in his treasures. Time advanced through the neat rows: Skinny ties replacing wider versions, oversized frames replacing sleeker ones. At the funeral we tied his silk scarves in our hair, around … Continue reading

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About Dad’s Journals …

When my mother died, she divided her estate equally between my brother and me. She specifically assigned valuable items but didn’t mention my father’s journals. (He died 25 years ago.) I took them with me before I sold my share … Continue reading

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