Easter Time

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Deb­bie Roy of Win­nipeg writes, “It was the year 1962 and I was ten years old. We lived in the coun­try and at­tended a typ­i­cally small coun­try church—15 fam­i­lies in all. For Easter, my mom made me a yel­low dress with white trim and a bow. I also wore white an­kle socks and black patent shoes. The win­dows in church were open; meadow larks sang—as did the choir. Af­ter church, we headed home where our rel­a­tives joined us to en­joy a boun­ti­ful Easter feast that mom pre­pared. What won­der­ful mem­o­ries!”

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