One Woman's Opinion
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Life and love in the rural tidewater area of Virginia is a common thread that runs through nearly all of Mary Wakefield Buxton's books. The push and pull of old and new, North and South, man and woman, life and death, are discovered, illuminated and reflected upon in each of them. Such is the heart and soul of a writer.
Flying the Hump
Do younger generations know about World War II and the ferocious battles Americans had to wage in order to overcome enemies determined to defeat us? I hope so because we may one day have to fight again for survival.
05.25.2011A Three Dog Day
If I can be twice as happy with two dogs over one, would I be three times as happy with three dogs? Such a question never entered my mind until last month when “Shadow” came to visit while my son’s family went to Florida.
05.19.2011David B. Nichols, M.D.
It’s hard to lose a doctor. We adore our doctors who spend many grueling years in medical school to learn the art of medicine and then the rest of their working lives caring for us. I’ve never met a doc I didn’t love.
05.04.2011A Landing at Normandy
G. (General) Edward Tabor has memories of his stint serving in the US Army during World War II that would cause your hair to stand straight up on end. The Deltaville native was drafted in 1942, sent to Tennessee for basic training in field artillery, and ended up in Bristol, England, to prepare for the invasion of Europe.