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Mothers Day Musing: Folding Clothes???

I was just thinking about the effects my mother has had on me through the years. One of the good effects has always been an obsession with nicely folded clothes. There are many ways that I have gone my own … Continue reading

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Staging and the family portrait #blogboost

It’s one of those things every agent talks about – when getting your house ready, one of things you need to do is ditch the family photowall. I can see both sides of this argument – on the one hand … Continue reading

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Genealogy: Finding My Own Knoxville History

My family is wonderful. I would do anything in my power for my parents, in-laws and myriad cousins, aunts, uncles and extended others. I grew up in Benton, TN down on the TN/GA border. My maternal grandfather actually preached at … Continue reading

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Bugs, the Children of Israel and my Grandmaw

Since I was a kid running around in my grandmother’s back yard with muddy shoes and a fertile imagination, I have had a fascination with those husks of the Cicadas that seems to grow on her scaly-bark oak trees. I … Continue reading

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Meatfeat!

My pal Pete is a personal hero. I think it has to do with his crunch outer coating (he pretends to be a curmugeon in the mold of George Jefferson or Archie Bunker – either without the racism) but he … Continue reading

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