Monthly Archives: January 2018

Landscapes that tug at my heart

by cheri sabraw My brother Steve took this luscious photograph while in Montana last summer when he and his son Tyler fished the Madison River. Wouldn’t this scene make for a splendid landscape painting? The lone tree presiding over an … Continue reading

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Phobia Schmobia

by Dinah, the Labrador Hello, Cheri’s readership ( all ten of you)! In Cheri’s composing, anytime she mentions my name, I have asked her in no uncertain terms ( I do this by repeatedly putting my paw with overgrown nails … Continue reading

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From the sidelines

by cheri block My husband is playing golf at this very moment with Bob. Bob was a year older than we were in high school. He was the star football player and a heart-throb. All of us younger girls began … Continue reading

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