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January 19, 2014

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Mary Borthick

Good writing, Marilyn! Memories are the thread of life's tapestries, aren't they?

Mary DeLand

Marilyn, Thanks for the memory! I remember the ration books and the drawing in the courthouse for sacks of sugar. I was 4 or 5 when I drew names for free sugar; the courtroom was full! Everyone was very saving; nothing was wasted. When I think of those times I feel humbled and have an extra appreciation for buying everything needed in a well-stocked grocery store. Good story; keep up the writing. Your recollections are much appreciated!

Connie (Hanavan) Brennan

Marilyn: Wow, I enjoyed reading your story about your 4th birthday party. Thanks for taking me back to life in simpler times!

Gayla Elliff Slish

Hi Marilyn: Thanks to Lucky for allowing you to post your personal memory story. I enjoyed it. I'm glad you have such a good recollection of a happy childhood birthday. It was also interesting for me to read history bits about my home sweet home town.

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About this Blog

  • My name is Lucky Dog and you have opened the Lucky Dog Blog.

    I started this blog during the past great ice storm of the century in early 2007. Marilyn and Al Williams will be helping me with Marilyn doing some of the writing and Al the layout and photos.

    If you are new to this blog I suggest you go to January 14, 2007 to start from the beginning.

    You can E-mail Me I love to have your input!

Marilyn & Al - Dec. 2008

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Houseman

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    Some photos from Houseman family scrapbook. Story at 1/27/07

Bill Carnell Fisherman

  • A Fish Story
    Bill Carnell Fishman Photos. Story at 2/8/07

Christmas 2007

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    Marilyn's son Ben and his family visit.

Kimberly's Wedding

  • WEDDING BELLS
    Kimberly's wedding in Springfield, MO on May 02, 2009.

Memorial Day Memories

  • Memorial Day Memories
    Some of Marilyn's earliest memories are of visiting cemeteries - to clean up, weed and decorate the graves of beloved family members.