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    Funny Things from Yesterday: Our last 2 kitties

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    The cat story two weeks ago ended with a sad happening. This week’s story is a sadness for me, but a happiness for some...

    Funny Things from Yesterday: The 4th of July

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    I will depart this week from my regular column of “Funny Things from Yesterday” and write about love of family and country. I let Mother’s...

    Funny Things from Yesterday: Our cats

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    When Rudene and I lived in town, we didn’t have much time to take care of a pet or a place to keep one....

    Funny Things from Yesterday: The paisley tie

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    Most everyone has been in a small group of people, either family or friends, talking and laughing at funny things that were said. I...

    Funny Things from Yesterday: 2 snakes

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    The first of this article happened in the summer when I was a youngster. Dale and I were staying at Mama and Papa Tidwell’s home....

    Funny Things from Yesterday: Trying to catch a donkey

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    Things have changed a lot since I was a young boy.  Nowadays, children have many games and toys for entertainment: video games, VCRs and...

    Funny Things from Yesterday: The ceiling fan

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    I have written before about modern trends and old traditions. This article is about a ceiling fan and two or three helium-filled balloons. The first...

    Funny Things from Yesterday: Grandchildren are intelligent

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    As any grandparent knows nowadays, a grandchild is very intelligent. Some of the stories I hear about grandchildren are very interesting. When Rudene was still...

    Funny Things from Yesterday: Sleeping under 6 quilts

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    Sometimes an incident will happen that reminds me of the so-called “Good Old Days.” Last week, the cold days reminded me of an incident...

    Funny Things from Yesterday: I got a splinter in my caboose

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    Most folks as old as I am can remember when houses had a front porch and a back porch. If you had a house...