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I guess it depends on how old you are, but in the whole scheme of things 68 years ago doesn't seem like that long, does it? I can see why someone younger, a millennial, for example, would consider 1949 a long time ago while someone closer to my age or older would think it was just a blink in…

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It was baby blue with a white convertible top, and I replaced the front "bench" type seat with two bucket seats from a Mustang. My first car was a 1963 Ford Falcon. I loved that car, and the one that replaced it was certainly a step downward in my eyes. I have owned a couple of other vehicle…

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It was not a planned layover when Rudolf, Yukon Cornelius, and Hermie the elf landed on the Island of misfit toys. A colony of sorts for unwanted and unloved toys, our trio of unlikely friends felt welcome there.

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Douglasville's City Cemetery has always intrigued me. It's hard to miss as you drive around town sitting at the corner of Rose Avenue and Church Street. The vista of granite markers, some tall and ornate and others a mere slab on the ground beckon the living to explore and walk among the dead.

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The end of one year and the beginning of another is always an occasion for looking back at all the momentous events that occurred in the previous months. Since there are plenty of others who will be giving you the scoop on the now expired 2017, I'll provide a recap of 1962 regarding national…

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Out with the old, in with the new! That practice seems to have a dual application at this time of the year. We all like to have new things. There is something inspiring and refreshing about the newness. I even feel a bit inspired when my journaling takes me to a new set of pages, usually in …