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... we will visit a restaurant, Euphemia Haye, owned by a former Zionite, D'Arcy Baird Arpke, in Longboat Key, FL. Right now we're having another shower...!
(We forgot in the previous blog to inform you of the identity of the mysterious insect, whose photo we posted. Three of our readers identified the insect, Eastern-Eyed Click Beetle, Thanks to Terry, Steen and Carolyn for their detective work.)
... while watching the moon for signs of the space shuttle we had seen lift off earlier that day. Maybe even my best memory was when I crashed into the tree while playing Pickle and my grandpa told me I had a hole in my lip. For some reason my family always thought it was funny to watch me become hysterical.
In the end I don’t feel guilty to have the privilege of being left behind a place filled with the ghosts of my grandparents ...
... of the updated cottage as its owners unloaded a car in the side yard. It seemed all of the pets, reptiles, birds, and humans were enjoying their morning in southwestern Florida.
Only a few small steps away from the driveway I realized I was drenched in sweat. I had been outside twenty minutes and my pace was a mere shuffle. I anticipated meeting the breeze of the air conditioning at the front door. It occurred to me how my generation ...
... Amy, Ben, Margie and Tom, Cari, Rick and Karen, all gathered at the house for a reunion in a belated celebration of Father's Day. Rick and Karen had been in Europe during the same period as us, but on a cruise of the Mediterranean. It was fun to compare notes. We were even lucky to have a visit from Barb's cousin, and his wife, who we hadn't seen in years.
... very often set next to some drunkard oaf and secretly drop the Queen's shilling into the man's pewter tankard. When the cup and the ale touch his lips, that was it. He was regarded as having accepted the Queen's Shilling and was in the British Army. So eventually they came up with a glass bottomed pewter tankard, that way if a shilling was dropped in he could see it before taking a drink. The sight of the ...
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