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Charlotte Fairchild • 1 year ago

This workshop doesn't involve honey.

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Back in college I had 5 or 6 little sisters at Judson. They were all from Japan or China or had red hair for some reason. I had 7 little sisters.

My grandmother burned all of our family pictures. This came from my grandmother's sister and her son, Stan.

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    When her son went to the Antarctic, her daughter moved out, and her husband died and she went through "the change" and other relatives were not long gone, and it was 1947. Something snapped and so she burned her daughter's and son's pictures. When I met my Great Aunt at my grandmother's funeral, we became friends and wrote for years, and then I became friends with Stan and he and I wrote for years. I owe a debt of gratitude that I have pictures like this I can share.

The garden gate is open.

People from all over Georgia are coming to my yard for plants. I will give cuttings and people will dig up plants and the yard will be transformed and people will save money and have conversations. No one will be wearing pajamas, I think. No one has to wear pj's to a Cuddle Party. People can wear comfortable clothing to a Cuddle Party.

My yard is my classroom. I am teaching people about gardening. Finally I am able to spend time in the yard again. It is too lonely without the dog, and too sad for another dog still. Life can center around people. I don't have to be alone with a dog.

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    HomeofHUG.org is to strengthen the social and emotional well-being of generations through programs and related support services and to provide recreational and other related programs and services which meet the meber and community;s needs with special consideration for seniors and youth.

I had a Great Grandmother named Mary Bell Beyer. Her maiden name was Bell, and so they were "Bell's."

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