Monthly Archives: June 2020

Lacework and Weaving

When I walked over-the new wooden bridge that goes over a small brook, some small finely woven spiderwebs were caught by the sunlight. The fine lacework reminded me of the lace my Aunt Sushan made. She often used to do … Continue reading

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Early Summer

This summer is unlike one many of us have lived through.  I’ve heard that in the 1950s many people were told to stay away from beaches during the polio epidemic. This summer we are trying to do our best to … Continue reading

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Rabbits and Uncle Donnie

Early June’s blog about D-Day reminded me of another story dad told me about Uncle Donnie.  I was in the 7th grade, and reading  Truth is Stranger than Fiction at the kitchen table. Dad sat across from me and I asked … Continue reading

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June Memories of D-Day

June memories of D-Day and the Fighting 29th Early June brings my sister’s birthday and raises memories of D-Day. For those of you who didn’t have a dad that landed on the beaches, I’ll explain that my sister’s birthday is … Continue reading

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