Grandma's Thimble (by: Diane Dean White) My grandmother was from a town in the thumb area of Michigan. And summer after summer I enjoyed staying with my grandparents as a young child, I was from the City and loved the small town they lived in. full storyHaircut (by: Sue "Bubba" Pasztor) I had just gone through life saving surgery. Brain surgery to be exact. I came home from the hospital stay and surgery with a bald head and metal sutures all around my skull. I looked like Frankenstein and felt so low and depressed. full storyMemory in a Photograph (by: Pamela Jenkins) "She was the prettiest thing I'd ever seen," recalled mygrandfather.
My brother and I were sitting cross-legged on the living room floor.Doug was watching a western movie on the television, and I was idlylooking through one of my grandparents' photo albums. full story
Red Mahogany Piano, The (by: Joe Edwards) Many years ago, when I was a young man in my twenties, I worked as a salesman for a St. Louis piano company. We sold our pianos all over the state by advertising in small town newspapers and then, when we had received sufficient replies, we would load our little trucks, drive intothe area and sell the pianos to those who had replied. full storyWhat Comes Around Goes Around (by: Denyel Cusimano) If there were ever a man that deserved more from life than he was given, my grandfather would be that man. He met my grandmother when they were very young. There love carried them through World War II. They were married and began raising their family. full story