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See Rock City

It was the summer we didn’t see Rock City and it was all because of Herman’s Hermits and ten dollars in change. Dad called it his drinking money; mom called it her hair permanent money (though Dad never knew about … Continue reading

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Relief

That winter of 1936, especially the month of January was the hardest for Beatrice when she had to trudge the three miles into town through the snow and ice, the temperature below zero and then wait most of the morning … Continue reading

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