Different

This is another poem that I wrote many years ago. I hope you like it. Different I don’t know how to tell you Just what to do or say, When thoughtless, shallow people Turn their heads and look away. They take their health for granted, Their eyes and ears and limbs, And when they see […]

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Amazing Life Stories

  Here’s another great book that you and your older grandchildren will enjoy reading. It’s called ‘Anne Frank and Me’ and tells the story of a modern teen who visits a holocaust museum with her class and is transported back to the days of Anne Frank. Since much of the story takes place in the […]

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Looking Back and Pressing Forward

Every year brings another birthday, another year older, another milestone. Today I’m looking back at life as it once was and pressing forward to another life ahead. Join me as I reminisce, won’t you? I remember: running up the stairs and still full of energy at the top looking in the mirror and seeing myself […]

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My Little Girl

I wrote this poem when my girls were little, but this photo of my sleeping grandaughters makes me think of it again. Hope you enjoy it:) My Little Girl Blue eyes of heaven shine, her golden hair it glows, I’m glad this little one is mine and I hope she always knows. I love her […]

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The Last Dog On Earth

I prefer reading young people’s novels, rather than adult ones. My reason – a great story and often very well written, but without the added sex and violence that an adult novel usually thinks it has to have.   One that I recently enjoyed and think your teen or pre-teen grandchild might too, is called […]

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