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Charles Darwin’s Victorian Romance

By Raji Singh RESURRECTING THE FICTION HOUSE My hired ‘experts’ jokingly, good-naturedly call me an archeo-apologist.  It is because of my zeal for my reclamation project – that of unearthing and archiving files, notes, books – over a century’s worth … Continue reading

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Roller-Coastering with Raji Singh: Book Release

By Catherine Hedge When I climb on a carousel, I’m pretty sure where I’m going.  Up and down and around.  The route is the same with variation provided by bejeweled horses, tigers, and occasional chickens.  If you’re timid, you can … Continue reading

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It’s Cabin Time (Summers of 1930’s)

(Joseph Hedge lived for summers!   He shared why in this is a glimpse of his childhood in the early 1930’s in Anaconda, Montana.)  By Joseph F. Hedge Behind our yard and across the alley was a large hill.  What do … Continue reading

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Travels with Mary

By Catherine Hedge Anyone who believes that a good road trip needs to be finely scripted to be successful has never traveled with my mother.  She and her patron Saint Christopher have the ability to take a lump of chaos … Continue reading

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Diet Tip: The Crunch Factor

Diet Tip: The Crunch Factor.

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Diet Tip: The Crunch Factor

By Catherine Hedge My sisters work hard at being fit.  They recently invited me to join them on a 17-day diet.  One sister has already had terrific success.  My first reaction to her description of the diet was to gag.  … Continue reading

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Major (Monster or Manifestation?)

Major (Monster or Manifestation?).

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Major (Monster or Manifestation?)

By Bill Borel The Borel family had always been very understanding and open minded. We had the normal conflicts and jealousies of all families but nothing truly disruptive. We accepted differences in political, religious, income levels, educational, and most other … Continue reading

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Blog or Dog?

By Catherine Hedge These days when people discover time they didn’t have before, they often get two suggestions: 1.  Write a blog 2. Get a dog Both offer a way to fill time, as if that’s a problem.  They tell … Continue reading

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Skating on your Ankles by Joseph Franklin Hedge

Skating on your Ankles by Joseph Franklin Hedge.

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