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My Very Own Needful Things

Discussion in 'Needful Things' started by HollyGolightly, Nov 30, 2013.

  1. Debbie913

    Debbie913 Well-Known Member

    I would love to read your book. Sounds great. :)
     
  2. Nomik

    Nomik Carry on

    That friend does sound like a real character! Reminds me of my son's doctor's dad, in a vague sense.
    In a more real sense, the folks who have those garage sales do exist.
    There are places like that still around here, I'm thinking of a couple I knew in Surprise, The Masons. Yes, that's the name of the town. Met them through an f.o.a.f (friend of a friend). Shocked to find out that Kathy was from -DING DING- Derry- and her husband, no real surprise here, Salem Ma. I could listen the stories forever, just to hear them talk. Kath's words had the quick, clipped quality of a Derry girl: "oh my god, I gotta wirk wicked Layt" ... He was cheerful all the time, throwing in colloquialisms like "holy mackerel" for me, followed by a true but inevitably bizarre story about how in the wee hours of the morning, a viscous javelina chased him for like the equivalent of four houses down. The image of this guy hightailin it for dear life to escape this javelina! :rofl: The friendship was one of those that you lose when you relocate, decide its best to move on. He had a garage filled with junk, ya needed something, they had it. garage sale every weekend and he would often build bikes fir the local kids. Thanks for sharing Muskie.
     
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  3. danie

    danie I am whatever you say I am.

    I'd like to read this book too.
    You have such a unique voice when you write. Others may try to copy it, but there's only one Muskrat. :)
     
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  4. muskrat

    muskrat Dis-Member

    Oh golly! I'm blushing from my twisted head down to my twisted toes.

    You ain't so bad yerself, Dannie.
     
  5. Alexandra M

    Alexandra M Well-Known Member

    Hope you have some luck finding them (and other goodies). Always used to go to thrift stores and straight to the book
    section and then leave. Then I smartened up and started to look around. Have founds some great stuff in those stores.
    Always looking for candle containers to fill. Found some nice ones the last time I was there, they just needed a good
    washing out and they were ready to fill. Haven't been to a thrift store in a long time, it is on my 'I want to' list. There
    are so many in this city just waiting for me .... :wink:
     

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