November 29, 2015

Excerpt from Chapter 23

Uncategorized | November 29, 2015

…Tony’s lunch didn’t appeal to him, though usually one of his favorites. He wanted to eat from a tray in front of the TV today, instead of sitting at the table. Predictably, there was a collision of water glass and plate, which soaked the bun and dampened any measurable enthusiasm. I quietly collected the upset […]

Excerpt from Chapter 6

Uncategorized | November 22, 2015

…The grandson was impatient to go tree-hunting. Tony transferred the baby seat from the family car and strapped the youngster in the back seat. I climbed into the back as well, smiling to myself when the little fellow turned his face toward the window. The tree farm wasn’t far, and after unstrapping the child from […]

Excerpt from Chapter 16

Uncategorized | November 15, 2015

…When called to the table, my sister-in-law Jamie commented on how “fancy” it looked. I had covered the glass top with a round jacquard satin cloth. Matching napkins, a footed silver salt and pepper set and silver candlesticks that weren’t too tall or too tippy added to the ambience. Grape colored candles were the perfect […]

Excerpt from Chapter 28

Uncategorized | November 8, 2015

On November 11th in particular, the day’s activities revolved around Remembrance Day broadcasts. “I want to place a wreath on my Dad’s grave”, he told me one day. “But Tony, the weather is so damp and cold in November, and it’s a long way to drive. If you really want to though, I’ll be glad […]

Uncategorized | November 1, 2015

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