Tag Archives: Families

Unconditional Love

My daughter called me this morning, from across the country. First she texted at o’dark thirty; “Are you up?” It was about 5:45 am. I stumbled out of bed and grabbed my cell phone to see who it was. This … Continue reading

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A Miracle, Perhaps?

I asked my husband, Walt, what came to mind for him on Memorial Day? It was the year 1945. World War II was nearing an end, but Don, 23 years old at the time, didn’t know that yet. He and … Continue reading

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For Better or Worse, Richer or Poorer, in Sickness…

My great-grandfather built the house in 1872, in Stony Point, Michigan.  My grandfather was a farmer. He worked his father’s farm, along side his dad, and they grew vegetables together. He made a meager living by selling the vegetables from … Continue reading

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