Author Archives: Lynette

Violet Writes about Living in Paris, 1904

“This is far & away the most beautiful town I’ve ever seen.  I love the great open places (like Place de la Concorde) surrounded by fine buildings & monuments & flooded by light & air & sun.  The long look … Continue reading

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Mirro Cook Book 1937 – Hot and Cold Desserts

I found this charming cookbook at an estate sale, and while it was too battered to sell I thought the recipes would be fun to share…they are truly a reflection of life in the 1930s.  I had never heard of … Continue reading

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An Open Letter To My Ex

  It’s been three years today that our divorce was final and I never thought I would be writing you but a couple of things happened recently. The first one was that a friend asked me how I would feel … Continue reading

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I’m In The Mood For Love

I love vintage sheet music…the lyrics, the artwork, the double entendres.  Here are three romantic covers…in honor of Valentine’s Day.  

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Beauty and the Beast Within

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Rooms ( a poem by Ethel Romig Fuller)

ROOMS In church this morning I had a view Of nothing but heads From my rear view. I played with the fancy Each was a room—- Some of them needing Dustcloth and  broom. Many were fine Company places; A few … Continue reading

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Getting Spooked in Savannah

I keep an open mind when it comes to ghosts, spirits, hauntings and the like….in my opinion there’s so much we DON”T know about life and death. Friends and family members have seen things, felt things, heard things…and a few … Continue reading

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