Category Archives: Family

SOL17: Grandgirls and Reading

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing a community for us to share our weekly slices. The grandgirls are growing up. One will be a teen next month, one is a preteen, and the youngest has just turned nine.  They’re … Continue reading

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SOL17: Glad to Be Home

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing a space for sharing our slices of life each Tuesday. vacation time with family miles to go each town blends into the next childhood memories arise © jone rush macculloch, 2017 This year’s … Continue reading

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SOLSC17: 24/31, Poetry Friday: Remembering Dad

Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing every Tuesday.

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#haikuforhealing / 10

sesame cookies old family recipe ancestors live on ©jone rush macculloch Backstory: My mother in law made these cookies and I learned from her. I think of her each December when I make them

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SOL16 Day 24 of 31: Remembering Dad

Everyone has a story and you can catch up on more slices for the  SOLSC at Two Writing Teachers. Dad would have been 93 today.  This is him as a young child, maybe 5.  He wore knickers. This a photo from the Boy’s … Continue reading

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SOLSC 15 Day 24: Thinking About Dad

More slices can be found at Two Writing Teachers. This is Dad, circa 1992. Dad loved his woodworking projects.  He made special cases; one for music boxes and one for decorative eggs for two of his grandgirls. The tee shirt … Continue reading

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SOLSC 15 Day 23: Mom Monday

Head over to Two Writing Teachers for more slices. Mom and Dad grew up in New Jersey.  Mom was Irish-Germand and raised Catholic.  Dad Scot and Pennsylvania Dutch and was raised Presbyterian. In 1948, the year they married, marrying outside … Continue reading

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