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Grandmothers
Memory :: Keith

I just now realized how much I miss the sight of that old coffee pot, percolating away on my grandma’s stove.

    TAGS:  memories, grandmothers, coffee pots, percolating


Due to a high propensity for divorce coupled with great enthusiasm for marriage among his relations, Henry had an astounding total of twelve grandmothers, all of whom, by a sad coincidence (but after many happy, healthy years!), passed away during the same semester—but try getting a math teacher to believe that!

    TAGS:  Henry, marriage, divorce, grandmothers, math, teachers, coincidence, enthusiasm


Some days he thought about co-ed sleepovers, but other days about his dead grandmother’s false teeth that had once soaked in a coffee cup next to the kitchen sink at night, and he would ask himself, “Where did they go?” regardless of which one happened to be on his mind.

    TAGS:  aging, grandmothers, co-eds, sleepovers, false teeth


 

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