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Jeannie Peck Stories

The Miracle

It could be said that I was too young at the time to have any memory of this incident. And yet I do . . .

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The Most Peculiar Disappearance of Ed Larson

There are stray people who, much like a stray dog, will quietly wander into your life, stay for a wh . . .

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They Don’t Make Marshmallows Like They Used To

The marshmallows one can find in the stores today bear no resemblance to those of yesteryear. Oh --- . . .

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White Wool Stockings

Way back in the dark ages of the 1930’s, young girl children wore short ankle socks and sandals du . . .

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On Facing Death

A very short story to ponder: Two little old ladies, both in their 80s. Both have been suddenly stri . . .

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School Days – A Lesson Learned

Ca. 1937 – or so. My school years, grades K – 8, were spent in a dilapidated, crumbling, red-br . . .

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Lament for a Rose-Colored Trench Coat

The year: 1945 or so. The place: The Bronx, New York. A strange phenomenon was taking place. Thron . . .

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Movie “Give-Away” Nights

During the Depression Years of the 1930’s ordinary working-class folks (no matter the color of the . . .

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Patsy, Tony and Marilyn’s Little Tush

Among Charlie’s many and varied friends were Patsy and Tony, who owned a Bar and Grille down in Go . . .

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Please Don’t Mess With My Bible

…. And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity. I . . .

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Radical Acceptance

A Different Kind of Poem There is a tree. Most of the leaves have fallen. Autumn is almost spent. . . .

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School’s Out

Circa 1930s If you’re looking to read tales of exciting adventures, travels to exotic lands, expe . . .

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