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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Girlhood in Michigan (Part IV) by Your Brother Kings

Your Brother Kings writes: "Most of the time later I lived with my married sister in Brooklyn [Michigan] and went to school there. The two-story schoolhouse was way down past the millpond and on the very end of the street where a beautiful old tree stood, indicating that 'thus far and no farther' did that street go. A few years ago that tree became one hundred years old, and do you know what the people of Brooklyn did? They cut down that stately old landmark, and extended the street over that hallowed ground. Why couldn't they have split the street and gone each side of the tree? . . .

Read A Girlhood in Michigan, continued (Part IV)

Also read A Girlhood in Michigan
Also read A Girlhood in Michigan, continued (Part II)
Also read A Girlhood in Michigan, continued (Part III)

# posted by Tami @ 9:42 AM
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