Monthly Archives: October 2014

Making Do

Kids make do. Most families from the 1950s and 60s experienced at least a decade of making do with what there was. I don’t recall much complaining. It just seemed to fuel the drive to make a living happen with … Continue reading

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October (with some clarification of events in the first comment)

September, we sat in the nook on the top floor. Looked down the beach and muddled colors on a plate. A brush in the yellow, the red, the grey of the houses up the shore. See how they get smaller, … Continue reading

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