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In living color?

by Willene Tanis
The beautiful opalescent pitcher on the counter just now caught my eye, reminding me once again how drawn I am to white on white. The only reason I own that ceramic piece is that a friend invited me to her yard sale when she sold her mother's things; and the only reason it's setting out is that when I put one of my gajillion generic glass vases in the top cupboard I knocked the fancy one out....more>

Aunt Beulah's birds

by Iris Lee Underwood
Aunt Beulah kept birds. Chickens. Rooted in Appalachia, she could snare a hen and serve it fried within the hour to her husband and five children. Back in the 1950s, Uncle Charlie fenced in a spacious poultry yard when they lived in Oceana, West Virginia....more>

An ally in the creativity department

by Catherine Minolli
Note: As the eighth anniversary of the death of my father draws near, I am re-running a column I wrote seven years ago on the first anniversary of his death....more>
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