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Around A Turn

  Gently flipping her curly, sand-dune inspired hair, Nicole Brumgardner opens a soda with her long red nails and curses as she breaks one. "I KNEW that was going to happen, and yet I did it anyway! It's like I have to test the universe to see if it's really going to follow the laws of ...


All Alone at the Sixty-Four World's ...

The backstage of the pavilion was simple with its wooden floors and temporary props. The 1964 World’s Fair of Flushing, NY would come and go and no one would remember the little five year-old girl who played with her Barbies in its grand shadow. While some country stars were just cutting ...


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Written by: Grama Barb

Thank you Tamar Burris for writing my story and having it published here in the "I've Been Featured" category.  It has certainly encouraged me to think about doing more serious writing about my life.  What I hope to do is to tell the story of my life in the context of world history and some interesting trivia at the same time so that it will make my story come to life and make it fun to read for our children and grandchildren.  Hmmmm.. what was the price of a loaf of bread in 1940 for example?  Why is 1940 an important year for me?
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Grama Barb

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I am a Grandmother and Genealogy is one of my hobbies