by Debbie Lunning
"When I was six years old and living on Clearview Drive in Metairie, feeding Bambi, the family dog, in the evening was my job. It was my favorite time of day."
by Floyd Gripman
In 1984, our former neighbors, the Partons from Mansfield Ohio, came to visit us at our new home in Mission Viejo, CA.
by Liz Wildberger
"If there is any justice in the pattern of time, the Supreme Court of Conversation will probably rule in favor of grandchildren."
by Ken Mackie
"As is the case for many military brats, I was fortunate to be able to avail myself to part-time jobs on base at the exchange and O club."
by Jerry Martin
"The year I graduated from college, I had no job lined up, no life plan, and I was faced with the draft into the military."
by Jean Martin
"I spent my seventh birthday in the wondrous kingdom of Woolworth’s Five and Dime store on Washington Street in downtown Boston."
by Jeanne Michael
Earlier this year, Linda Minton gave a fascinating presentation at her book signing about the important role women played during World War II.
“May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii Nei” is a popular phrase that makes all remember May 1st.
by Kimmie McCann
When I was a child, my favorite time of day was after school. In the fourth grade, five of us formed a club, which we called “The Pioneer Club.”
"My older brother, Bill, and I spent much time playing in our backyard when we lived on Clearview Drive in Metairie, Louisiana."