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A Cup of Tea and a Biscuit (Forbes Squire)

O.K. Here’s a peek at the last main character, Fiona’s husband Forbes. Men, feel free to weigh in. Am I off? Women? Someone you know? by cheri block Forbes Squire 1950 Forbes Squire throttled down his old John Deere Model … Continue reading

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A Cup of Tea and a Biscuit (Francois Sabourin)

by cheri block To read Chapters One and Two, click on the link. If you have suggestions or observations, I am open to them. Francois “Roux” Sabourin 1950 Francois Sabourin’s red hair distinguished him from most other people in Yarmouth. … Continue reading

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A Cup of Tea and a Biscuit (Fiona Squire)

by cheri block To read Chapter One, you will need to return to to a previous post. In the future, as the story develops, I will use the picture to the right, taken last summer (2009) outside Annapolis Royal in … Continue reading

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A Cup of Tea and a Biscuit (Emma Squire)

by cheri block Chapter One Emma Ann Squire 1996 Twelve sisters came together last summer in Nova Scotia to put Momma under, visit Daddy’s grave nearby, and select their keepsakes. There they sat in a different colored chair, each sister … Continue reading

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