ANGIE’S SMORGASBORD: Short stories and poems written by my dear, sweet mother-in-law

ANGIE’S SMORGASBORD

Smorgasbord

Introduction

I am a 96??????????????????????????????? year-old great-great grandmother from upstate New York, now living in East Tennessee. Quite some time ago I developed an interest in writing, and over the succeeding years I have written dozens of stories, some of which were published in my local newspaper. Many of these stories depict observations and experiences I have had from childhood to the present. Others are fictional short stories. They are about a wide range of topics; hence “smorgasbord” in the title. I hope you will find something here that will be of interest to you, and that you enjoy reading my stories as much as I enjoyed writing them. — Angie Brown, Guest Author

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Joys without Toys (click HERE)

The Island Experience (click HERE)

A Little Olean History (click HERE)

A Special Delivery Letter (click HERE)

The Jalopy Demise (click HERE)

The Garage Sale: A Tale of Procrastination (click HERE)

Smells: Like Windows to a Wonderful World (click HERE)

Waiting and Watching…Willfully (click HERE)

Breaking and Entering…sort of (click HERE)

Old Hands (click HERE)

An Ocean Experience (click HERE)

Mrs. Butterworth Teaches a Lesson (click HERE)

Winter’s a Comin’ (click HERE)

God’s Perfect Timing (click HERE)

Robbing the Bee Tree (click HERE)

The Friendly “Ghost” (click HERE)

The Big Black Building (click HERE)

A Harmless “Cat-a-Clysm” (click HERE)

A Haven of Life (click HERE)

I Remember When (click HERE)

Who’s Guilty? (click HERE)

Little Things (click HERE)

Friends (click HERE)

Vermont and Back (click HERE)

Bird Days (click HERE)

The Season’s Touch (click HERE)

2 thoughts on “ANGIE’S SMORGASBORD: Short stories and poems written by my dear, sweet mother-in-law

  1. grateful2him says:

    Annette,
    Thank you for your encouragement.
    Love you,
    Aunt Angie

  2. Hello Aunt Angie, I am so proud of you. You are still reaching people and doing something positive. I am blessed to have you. Annette
    .

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