Being a Kid Again

The last couple weeks I have had opportunities to be creative in writing, cooking, designing, marketing, and giving, marked by visits from several special constant companions. We got to share this incredible photo of our comedian grandson with distant family members who made me want to be a kid like him again. This picture of me at seven always tickled me. It was before eyeglasses because of reading with a flashlight under the covers. Bonnie in braided loops inspired a Bonnie Book Doll for fund raising opportunity for the Whiting Library in our Chester. Instead of a modest monetary donation, I created this sweet doll, and wrote the publicity; and it is rocking, mostly because of this old pho

Summer of Surprises!

say, and the adage is true. No special order or ranking, although there are a few that stand out. Gurion, our nearly thirteen-year-old grandson was here for five days and nights. Five siblings were left behind! Lew's journal records the joys, the accomplishments and the surprises. Three concerts - one on the Chester Green with a Lisai's bulkie. Then "802 Experience" St. Luke's church musician Jacob McLaughlin's performance. Food shopping. Gifts for the boy from Staples. Menu planning. Shrimp twice. Family Center shopping for games. Picture taking. Story editing. Doll leg stuffing. Fireman face design. Model airplane building. Time line work. Engagement with doll shop visitors. Two visits

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