...lot, and always have a story to tell. They like the freedom of being old and they know a secret that the Boomers are just now discovering: Everyone gets old. It's a lot better than the alternative. Virginia Walters lives in Kenai.
...work it just needed to be done but nowadays, when so few items need it, I find a little pride in heating the iron and taking time to smooth the wrinkles in my favorite shirt, even if it IS 20 years old. Virginia Walters lives in Kenai.
...glittering against the midnight sun on the Fourth of July or Santa on a surf board. The little tweaks may cause individual discombobulation but they teach us respect for our differences.Merry Christmas!Virginia Walters lives in Kenai.
...their dad threatens to break the record over his knee, or even call a friend for homework help and hear "That's Amore" in the background. But then they think Dean Martin has always been dead, too. Virginia Walters lives in Kenai.
...would be nice, but then industry entry-level wages would have to rise also and it becomes a vicious cycle - the Tooth Fairy will need a security guard and for sure a milk shake will become a luxury item. Virginia Walters lives in Kenai.
...we all hold to our values while remembering our responsibilities maybe we can finally return to being a country united in philosophy and goals. And still take the granddaughters to find the pussy willows. Virginia Walters lives in Kenai.
...we're just inherently good people up here." Whatever the reason, Alaskans can be proud of their volunteerism. Actually, we should celebrate volunteers all the time, because our world runs on them. Virginia Walters lives in Kenai.
...into my so-called "senior years," and I rejoice that my children and grandchildren also knew her. I hope, when I welcome my great-great-great grandchildren, my granddaughters will say the same. Virginia Walters lives in Kenai.
...the week, everyone was gone at once. Unfortunately, the books, except for two, are still on the shelves where they'll probably stay until someone else needs an "airplane book" (or a Latin verb). Virginia Walters lives in Kenai.
...adapted from a book can only hit the high spots, but a in a good novel, like in life, much is learned in the valleys. After all, who knew Hobbits has hairy feet before they read the prologue to the book? Virginia Walters lives in Kenai.
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