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Tom Cornett

Joined 15 years ago from Ohio

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    Honor and the Light

    21 months ago

    Some people get married and never really find out who the person is they married. Some are lucky enough to find out early on what kind of a person they married because of an event in their lives.

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    Alma Darlin's Dreams

    21 months ago

    Alma Darlin Davis had questions about life, death, and dreams that needed to be answered. She finds a few answers and a few smiles.

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    Beautiful Blue

    22 months ago

    Linda Browlin tried and tried and tried to hold together her marriage with her husband, Chase. Their arguments, like many couples, were often based on financial difficulties and decisions. Blue can be a sad emotion. Blue can also be such a beautiful color.

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    The Little Ones

    22 months ago

    A historical fiction story came to mind when I saw the photo of the boy below. I had an uncle, a dear friend, and a co-worker who served in the Korean war. This story is dedicated to their remembrance.

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    Painting a Path

    22 months ago

    Teachers can be a guiding light...many are. They can also leave a child in darkness...a rare few have. Travis Milton would find both in his school.

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    Grandmothers and a Soldier

    22 months ago

    I dreamt once that I was a German soldier. I led people through a tunnel and held a woman's hand. I quietly sent them into the wilderness. I walked back to the camp. I felt a sting in my heart and woke up. I think of the dream often. This story is inspired by that soldier.

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    The Music Teacher

    23 months ago

    Teachers are many times treasures to students. The depth of care and learning swirls in their souls forever.

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    The Dead Queen

    6 years ago

    I've always thought that human nature is the most humorous thing on Earth. It is as natural for us to complain as it is to mourn. Sometimes in the can be funny.

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    Cougar Women

    22 months ago

    As I remember...from a boy's point of view....older women were more a part of young fantasies than girls. While the girls rolled their eyes at his older womanwould smile. She was smiling...not to embarrass him...she wasn't really...

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    Suzanne and Her Battles With Barbie

    23 months ago

    Back in the mid 90s....My sister Ann Hofer, and I had a small music publishing company in Nashville. Ann and I had gone to a night spot called, Douglas Corner to hear a songwriter perform. Her name was Suzanne Jusst. Ann had talked with Suzanne...

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    Gone Fishing With Uncle Bob at Brookville Indiana Lake

    6 months ago

    Fishing buddies are forever memories. All it takes is a few seconds of wonderful thoughts of the past to bring a smile.

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    The Popularity of Being Rude

    23 months ago

    Being rude seems to have become to some people, the new, "Cool." I've never been impressed by smartmouth jerks. There's an old saying, "People will remember how you made them feel."

  • My Old Sorento Beatle Bass Guitar

    My Old Sorento Beatle Bass Guitar

    23 months ago

    I discovered early in life that music can calm, comfort, and be joyous to any soul willing to listen. Music is such a wonderful gift to give, receive and share.

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    Auricon Cameras, One of Our Best Sales on Ebay

    5 years ago

    My wife, Tammy and I had been checking out auctions all day long. We decided to go to an auction house that we had been at a few times before. as soon as we walked in the door, I saw them....a table full of Auricon cameras and sound equipment. We...

  • Seventeen Stars

    Seventeen Stars

    23 months ago

    Sometimes life's storms devastate us with tragedies causing us to walk a different path. Is it fate or just the winds of chance?

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    My encounter with the flesh eating disease Streptococcus aka necrotizing fasciitis bacteria

    10 years ago

    A disease that destroys flesh. Streptococcus, also known as necrotizing fasciitis bacteria can be very dangerous, even fatal.

  • Interview With a Revolutionary War Soldier on the 4th of July

    Interview With a Revolutionary War Soldier on the 4th of July

    21 months ago

    What would a British Soldier think about the United States if he could come back today and have lunch and a beer in a local pub?

  • John Dillinger Killed?  Could it Have Been Mistaken Identity?

    John Dillinger Killed? Could it Have Been Mistaken Identity?

    3 years ago

    Back in the 1960s, we had a neighbor, Mrs. Osborne. My dad would do small errands for her because she couldn't get around well. She was an elderly woman who lived alone. She asked dad one time to take a look at some old pictures she had. Dad...

  • How to Cook Squirrel

    How to Cook Squirrel

    23 months ago

    I remember hunting squirrels with my dad when I was a boy. We would clean them and dad would cook them in an iron skillet. He almost always prepared them with gravy. They tasted great!

  • Under One Tree

    Under One Tree

    4 years ago

    One early summer of my life, changed my life. I was there at the campus, waiting on my new girlfriend. I sat beneath an old oak tree, leaned against the trunk and just watched people. I was a bit early. I really didn't want to be late and...

  • A Million Lights, A Christmas Story

    A Million Lights, A Christmas Story

    4 years ago

    The man I use to work for, loved to decorate on Christmas. He wasn't a religious man, so to speak but he was a fair man when it came to treating his employees right. I never heard him curse once in the eight years I worked for him. His name was Jim...

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    Your Soul Comes From out of Your Mouth When You Die.

    21 months ago

    Death is certainly the last breath. Where would the soul exit the body? Would it exit the same place as the first breath?

  • Why I Love Dogs, the Wonderful, Loveable Canines!

    Why I Love Dogs, the Wonderful, Loveable Canines!

    21 months ago

    Of all the creatures on Earth, dogs have to be the most lovable, forgiving friends that humanity has ever had. Just think of the countless fallen souls a dog has lifted to smiles.


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