Friends, family, neighbors, and people who might want to shoot me.

My Dear Georgia
An Army Graduation
Grown Up Girl
My Daddy
Real Life Characters
Love Birds of CITR
Just One More
People Are Funny
All the Pretty People
Navy Nuclear Power School Graduation
Trip to Morgantown
The Graduate
The End of an Era
A Child in Stringtown
Navy Boot Camp Graduation
A Blue Candle
Letters from Boot Camp
A Good Mother
How to Get a Letter from Boot Camp
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
How to Have a Simple Wedding
Cast of Characters
A Girl in Two Shoes
Fourteen and Fearless
Listen to a Mountain Dulcimer
Being My Child
Signed, Sealed, Not Yet Delivered
I Demand a Recount
The Last School Excuse
T’was the Night of the Prom
Softball in a Small Town
Interview with Ross Dye, Grandson of John Morgan Dye
An Ornery Angel Update
The New Doll in Town
Poor Child
The Game I Love to Hate
Grandmommy’s Girl
An Ornery Angel
Phoning It In
The One That Got Away
The Tale of the Giant Shirts
She’s Going To Beat Me Up After This
Guiding the Lost
Driving Miss Georgia
God Was Painting

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