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Memories of going to Ruthie's, Lou's, Vera's or Marcia's Recipe

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Lisa Benton

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Christmas at Vera's and her homemade divinity.
Thinking it was the coolest thing to stay with Doug and helping him with his paper route.
Skating and riding bikes at Gene and Vera's in the big playroom.
Playing Batman and Robin with Doug with our dog, Charlie, being the villain.
Butchering chickens at our house and Grandpa teased me to set the chicken down after we had chopped the poor thing's head off. I did and we had a headless chicken running around our grove!
Playing house with Mary and falling asleep. After that our parents always wanted us to play house because they thought it might happen again.
Learning the "birds and bees" from my cousin Karen...I didn't believe it at first until Doug shook his head yes. Then I knew it was all true!

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