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Stain Removal

  Remember being dressed up in a new outfit, new shoes, cleaned and sparkling from head to toe, with Mom’s smiling approval? On the way to some social event, if only at Grandma’s house for holiday festivities? Then within the … Continue reading

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Only Grasped Lightly

Writer’s Island prompt 11 –   “SLIPPED THROUGH MY FINGERS”. So much has slipped through my fingers that couldn’t grip as tightly as I wished them to. Held loosely, many fell to ground without a sound, some forgotten in haste to … Continue reading

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