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IN MEMORY OF

PREFACE Closer to Mobile than Montgomery, wedged between woods and water, is a place nobody goes. A few homes, a church and cemetery scattered along a road leading somewhere else. Parents hope opportunity. They remember before it was paved. Now … Continue reading

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SECOND BLESSING

CHAPTER ONE SHE WAITED FOR REVIVAL TO begin. Sitting on the right-hand side of the Damascus Southern Baptist Church, near the middle of the fourth pew. A gold plaque stuck on each end sanctified TO THE LOVING MEMORY OF ARTHUR … Continue reading

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ED WEAVER

Ten souvenir saucers trace a married couple’s life. Emma died from a heart attack. The day after her funeral, once the children are gone, Ed is in the house alone. Pushed back in his recliner. Waiting for the clock to … Continue reading

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IN MEMORY OF

A grave outside the cemetery fence with no “In Memory Of” is a modern-day mystery. Thomas loves Esther, but she isn’t accepted in Canaan because of her bastard birth. After discovering a family secret, Thomas fears he’ll be treated the … Continue reading

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Sale Ends Soon

IN MEMORY OF Closer to Mobile than Montgomery, wedged between woods and water, is a place nobody goes. A few homes, a church and cemetery scattered along a road leading somewhere else. Parents hope opportunity. They remember before it was … Continue reading

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The law banning gay marriage in Alabama and the U.S. is now fiction. The way it should be. Dearly Beloved  

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A Simple Love Story

  ED WEAVER The old Weaver house has been empty since the children put Ed in a nursing home. Went up for sale a week after he died. He’s buried in the church cemetery beside his wife Emma under a … Continue reading

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