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Keeping the Ground Clear
by Barbara Hampton
I know this time that it's more important to have pictures of family and friends for my walls, those CD's I love to listen to and my own familiar mug, than it is to have both a blue shirt and a gray shirt.

Return Engagement
by Diane Dees Tobiason
We were, at that moment, the best part of them, the part we had often forgotten as we struggled to be their daughters.

Wild and Salty: The Women of the High Seas
by Loretta Kemsley
Over toward the key is a skipper of another sort, bikini clad, looking fine as she adjusts her billowing sails, long hair blowing in the breeze. Her sea-going heritage stems from a little known cadre of women: pirates looting vessels from the frigid waters of England to the warmth of the Caribbean.

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