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Where The Popsicles Are

“Bob, the pain is palpable in your writing. You have done a wonderful job of telling the story…. I wish I had known her.” –Mike M. Available at Amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com Advertisements

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Where The Popsicles Are

“This is a hauntingly beautiful story about what true love, caring and compassion look like. Bob skillfully puts into words the struggles endured by both caregivers and cancer patients. While the tears are many, this book also reminds us to … Continue reading

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Ghosts of Christmas Past

Grandma Mann and the Christmas Show When it comes to recalling Christmas memories, like all who might read this who have their own, I have mine. What follows is one of my fondest because of what I did for my … Continue reading

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They Called Him Wes

Tomorrow would have been his 99th birthday. He was born June 11, 1918 in Carrington, ND. His name was Wesley L. Kallberg, He went by Wes, but us five kids called him “Dad.” He was the last of the breed … Continue reading

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Another Look Back

  I posted this before, but I thought I would post it again. I like it, and it means something to me.  A Cold Winter’s Night I remember, as I sit here this night, just a few days before Christmas, … Continue reading

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