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Y’all…But Seriously

Cat tales, cat tails. I have cat news to tell. A few months ago I wrote of the two kittens I “accidentally” adopted. Marney, the “Cat”sanova, and Dottie, the calico. Together, they’ve had three litters of kittens. The first litter met a tragic end, at the claws of their father. The second was better guarded.…

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The 501

Repurposed Malls Some urban malls are converting retail spaces to office spaces. LinkedIn said so. They¹ve got the connections to know. I¹m not surprised. Internet-based businesses are retail¹s new face. Malls are struggling. If I worked in a real office, I¹d like for it to be in a repurposed mall ­ a nice mall with…

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Do You Remember?

By Voda Beth Gradine I was talking last week about us not having a cell phone when we were growing up, like all the kids have now-a-days.  We all have cell phones in our hands at all times these days.  If you get a call from someone you don’t realize the number, you simply don’t…

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Peggy’s Corner

“American Holidays: Memorial Day” by Connor Dayton “The Wall” by Eve Bunting “The Poppy Lady: Moina Belle Michael and Her Tribute to Veterans” by Barbara Elizabeth Walsh These three easy books are available at the library to help adults explain to children the purpose of Memorial Day. Celebrations, parades and donning the red poppies symbolize…

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