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4 Things to Remember About Margy Merion

Do you ever wonder what the world will be like in 2042?  That is the year that a child born today will first be able to vote for the president. It’s fun to tell kids about their ancestors.  Maybe we know something as “senior citizens” that can help children heal the world in 2022 and […]

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In 2019 I’m writing stories in response to weekly prompts from Storyworth, a gift from our daughter Sarah. All of these stories will be made into a book in January 2020. We all have stories, I hope these will help you remember yours. This week’s prompt was: What was your first job? Encouraged by my […]

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Each week in 2019 I’m writing stories in response to a story prompt, courtesy of an awesome Storyworth subscription from our daughter Sarah for my birthday. At the end of the year, all of these stories will be made into a book. We all have stories, I hope these will help you remember yours.  This […]

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Each week in 2019 I’m writing stories in response to a story prompt, courtesy of an awesome Storyworth subscription from our daughter Sarah for my birthday. At the end of the year, all of these stories will be made into a book. We all have stories, I hope these will help you remember yours. This […]

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Jordyn Haiku

Jordyn Haiku 2/13/19 My granddaughter sleeps I look at her placid face Yes, born yesterday                   Pink and blue knit cap Above a peachy soft face Lips red as roses                       Mommy sleeps: not me I hold […]

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Each week in 2019 I’m going to be writing in response to a story prompt, courtesy of an awesome Storyworth subscription from our daughter Sarah for my birthday.  This week’s prompt: Question: What were your grandparents like?   1950 (approx.) –My four grandparents—Bessie Rudnick, David Rudnick, Sophie Eisenberg and Meyer Eisenberg.  The location looks like […]

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Each week this year I’m going to be writing in response to a story prompt, courtesy of an awesome Storyworth subscription from our daughter Sarah for my birthday.  This week’s prompt: Question: What were your favorite toys as a child? Before plastic moved into our homes and screens became ubiquitous, we had toys in the […]

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