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Susan Lincoln, The Weekly Muddle


When I look back at photographs of Thanksgivings Past, I always laugh at the line-up. There we are on Aunt Hazel’s porch, standing like majorettes in a row. We’ve turned to the left to look slim, with interlocking arms to look familiar. It’s the aunts, the girl cousins, and me, in my teenage years. Everybody has on something brown, green or orange. We are laughing; we have been laughing most of the day.
In the years that follow, we move from porch to porch, turn from side to side, but stand there as a testament to a family tradition I hope I never forget. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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