Family Traditions — A Collection of Short Stories

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Family traditions found in all shapes and sizes, some passed down from generation to generation, some made new with hopes of everlasting memories written on the heart.

The following short stories portray a wide variety of traditions that live within each of our unique kindred walls. No two stories are the same, but the underlying words of love found in each will warm the soul.

The Emotional Staying Power of a Donut, by Shelby Spear

Ingredients for Cake, by Heather Osterman

What Works For Us, by Jeanette Swanson

Ways of a Wanderer, by Lorren Lemmons 

Divorcing Traditions, by Cindy Eastman

The Trio, by Kathleen Sullivan

Four, by Melissa Ressler

Wolves, by Alice Christopherson

Traditions Transformed, by Lori Sebastianutti

Food Traditions, by Kristy Ramirez

What Makes Us Family, By Michelle Gant

Making Up for the Past, by Shemaiah Gonzalez

The Secret Life of Tea Lights, by Susan Phillips

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  3. GREAT STORY. AFTER MY DIVORCE WE INVITED OTHER DIVORCEES ALONG WITH THEIR CHILDREN . EVERYONE BROUGHT A POT LUCK DISH AND A GRAB BAG [ AND IT COULD BE ANYTHING UNDER $5.] EVEN HANDMADE GLOVES, SCARFS.SOAP,TOOTHBRUSHES, UNO CARDS, SLINKIES ETC. WE KEPT ON EXCHANGING THEN UNTIL EVERYONE HAD SOMETHING THEY REALLY WANTED OR COULD USE. A LOT OF LAUGHTER WAS SHARED BY ALL . NOW THAT MY KIDS ARE SCATTERED ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AS ARE MY GRANDCHILDREN ,THE MEMORIES ARE STILL THERE. Marjie

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