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I’m thankful that I grew up in a ‘Norman Rockwell’ kind of America. We sang The Star Spangled Banner in school, pledged allegiance to the flag with a hand over our hearts, and there was nothing wrong with prayer. If … Continue reading
It was my pleasure to write an article for the Miniature Book Society Newsletter-March 2014 about my father that I would like to share with you. Though some of you knew my father personally because he was involved with the … Continue reading
Artist Lisa Martin, famous for her highly detailed and romanticized pictures of children. While growing up my mother occasionally allowed me to stay home from school when I’d burned my bridges at both ends. I didn’t have to fake an … Continue reading
Dewey School: Kindergarten – Sixth Grade – Evanston, IL. Valentines Day I remember the Valentine boxes at Dewey School where every year there was a fancy box for everyone to stuff their Valentines in. The process took an inordinate amount … Continue reading
A quiet room in the Iona’s Abbey in Scotland (Isle of Mull) January provides a space to catch our breath. We celebrated a glorious Christmas, but I’m amazed at how quickly the Season passed. All the decorations are packed away … Continue reading
I love the new Christmas tree this year. All the lights work! This is my Martha Stewart/Stepheny design for 2013. I remember well the Christmas trees of my childhood that filled the center of the music … Continue reading
My father gave me this dollhouse for my 40th birthday. He had the shingles applied to the roof and the doors hung, but otherwise it was an empty shell. He proceeded to paint and paper. It was every ‘big girls’ … Continue reading
Norman W. Forgue November 13, 1904 -1983 THE BLACK CAT PRESS I was headed to Chicago for an exhibition and opening program of Inland Printers: The Fine-Press Movement in Chicago, 1920-40, given by the Caxton Club of Chicago. Here my … Continue reading
“I dwell in Possibility” Emily Dickinson As far as I’m concerned, one of the most important words in the English language is the word – possibility. I believe that life is full of possibilities. The Roget’s Thesaurus provides me wonderful alternatives; chance, likelihood, … Continue reading
Walt Whitman once said, “I see great things in baseball. It’s our game, the American game. It will repair our losses and be a blessing to us.” You could look it up. The World Series is over for another year. … Continue reading