Author Archives: Dixie Minor

About Dixie Minor

A wife, mother, former Teacher, and the author of Winter Wish

To My Father, Dallas Marlin Ryle, Jr., on Father’s Day, 2016 — mysticalunionincarnation

Reblogging my sister’s post that she wrote for my dad on Father’s Day. Thanks, Patty! I love the memories she shared, beginning with picking blackberries, and the thoughts about my dad. Blackberry pickin’ Heat and long sleeves Briars and chiggers … Continue reading

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MAY MEMORIES — Nancy’s Notes

Reblogging “May Memories,” from Nancy’s Notes. This is a post by my mother, Nancy Dendy Ryle. I know you will enjoy it as I did! I wish we had had May Day dancing and May Day baskets when I was … Continue reading

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Watermelon, honeysuckle, lemon tea with mint Chasing shadows on the lawn and followed where you went Too young, the oak trees whispered Too soon, the river knew Our promises weren’t false, but then they weren’t exactly true I smiled the … Continue reading

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Lily’s Wish Book Review

  As we get closer to the holidays, it is an honor to me to be able to write a post about the beautiful book in the picture above. The book is Lily’s Wish, written by Barbara Pyett and illustrated by Serena … Continue reading

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Going Down Highway 41 . . . Summer Lists

        Griffin, Barnesville, Roberta, Fort Valley, Perry. I recited this litany each time my family made the trip to Perry, Georgia to see my grandparents. The list was of the towns we would pass, once we had driven through Atlanta, … Continue reading

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Cats (again), A Friend, and a Wonderful Book

I have been kind of delinquent lately with my blogging. I haven’t blogged since – gulp – January! There are actually Christmas decorations in a picture on my last post. The shame. In fact . . . that last post … Continue reading

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Learning from my Kitten

I have been a little distracted lately. Okay a lot distracted. After years of being petless, we have adopted a new kitten.We are obsessed. I’ll admit it. And, since I am rather easily distracted anyway, it doesn’t take much to divert … Continue reading

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