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  1. Oh yes, that dog brings back fond memories. I never had one but the 2 kids did. Dotsy had a lot of toys for the kids she kept for many years. Doc and Susan played with theirs all the time when they were small. One is NEVER to small for toys. If I find one out and about in my travels, I’ll get it just for you.

    • Lucky kids! Did you save it for them?

      The universe offers us such beautiful lessons if/when we’re open to receiving them. Thanks for allowing me to share what I’m learning.

  2. I love, love, love the way you take events in your life and turn them into these deeply profound moments of revelation. Your writing makes me examine my own life experiences under the surface.

    See you tomorrow at 10!

    • I don’t know that they’re profound thoughts, but they represent my current thinking. And oh, I’m really hoping some of this spills over into my WIP and that it’s all for the good.

      Can’t wait to see you again. Should I bring that book?

  3. I love, love, love the way you take events in your life and turn them into these deeply profound moments of revelation. Your writing makes me examine my own life experiences under the surface.

    See you tomorrow at 10!

  4. Thanks for sharing with us, Melodye. I remember that dog very well as my daughter had one.

    I had two wooden pull toys that I saved for my kids to play with… one was a Mama chicken and her babies and the other was a pumpkin that had cut out windows in it with people inside… the pumpkin was divided half way down and you lifted the top off to get to them. Not sure whether it was supposed to be Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater or Cinderella’s coach

      • Yup, I used to haunt eBay all the time looking for toys for Irina (my granddaughter) that her mother and I had as children.

        I’m afraid that I haven’t been doing that as much as I used to… the presents seem to be slowly taking over what little room I have. It would be different if she and her mother were in my life, but… que sera, sera.

          • LOL…that’s one of my favorite sayings. That and “go with the flow.”

            I’m dating myself here, but I can remember Doris Day signing Que Sera Sera, in the movie.The Man Who Knew Too Much but most people will remember the song as being the theme song for The Doris Day Show back in the late 60’s.

  5. Thanks for sharing with us, Melodye. I remember that dog very well as my daughter had one.

    I had two wooden pull toys that I saved for my kids to play with… one was a Mama chicken and her babies and the other was a pumpkin that had cut out windows in it with people inside… the pumpkin was divided half way down and you lifted the top off to get to them. Not sure whether it was supposed to be Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater or Cinderella’s coach

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