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Then and Now

November
3, 09

With her siblings

This photo was taken long before I knew I wanted to be a writer. I’m the short one on the left. But my sister, Maryann (third from the left,) did know. She kept a diary then and still keeps a journal today.

Some of her note-taking over the years has become the stuff of her stories. In fact, I know for sure that is the case. Check out her website at www.maryannmacdonald.com. Lots to like on her list.

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