|Main : Books : Chicken Soup Series : Chicken Soup for the Soul (4)How to Tell When You're Rich (by: Harvey Mackay)|
When I was a kid in Minnesota, watermelon was a delicacy. One of my father's buddies, Bernie, was a prosperous fruit-and-vegetable wholesaler, who operated a warehouse in St. Paul.
On That Note (by: Krista Lyn Johnson)
One year when I was teaching second grade, a new child entered our class mid-year. His name was Daniel, and he brought a special light to our class.
Patience to Learn (by: Brian Cavanaugh, T.O.R.)
A young man presented himself to the local expert on gems and said he wanted to become a gemologist. The expert brushed him off because he feared that the youth would not have the patience to learn. The young man pleaded for a chance. Finally the expert consented and told the youth, "Be here tomorrow."
Thelma (by: Shari Smith)
Even at the age of 75, Thelma was very vivacious and full of life. When her husband passed away, her children suggested that she move to a "senior living community." A gregarious and life-loving person, Thelma decided to do so.
Woodwork Angel, The (by: Varda One)
My teeth screamed. I couldn't neglect them any longer. I finally ignored my fear of dentists and decided to get them fixed. But how? I was a college sophomore and barely supported myself with part-time jobs.
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