Monthly Archives: August 2013

Boots & Freckles

Boots & Freckles Time for another dog story as promised. Mrs. Miniver (My first dog) went to the Animal Rescue League and hopefully found a home where she couldn’t knock down any little kids. When I was in sixth grade, … Continue reading

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My Uncle Sam

My Uncle Sam They say it takes a village to raise a child. Well, within that village there was a team of four who raised me: My mother, my father, my Aunt Dot, and my Uncle Sam. Dot was my … Continue reading

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Up Close and Personal

Up Close and Personal Here is some very personal information related to my attendance at Camp Ataloa for the second year, the summer after eighth grade. And by the way, not to be misleading, each of these camp experiences was … Continue reading

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Camp Ataloa

Camp Ataloa Camp Ataloa: I was 12, soon to be 13, and going in to 8th grade the first year I went to Camp Ataloa, a Baptist camp in Ocean Park, Maine. Campers were required to wear uniforms – white … Continue reading

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