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25 Most Recent Family Short Stories

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Grandpa by Lark Pogue
An excerpt from the book Missing Ingredients about a loving grandfather...
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Grandpa by Diana Wiles
A communication from a Teen to her Grandpa who has just died. There have been difficult family circumstances, and their is sadness and confusion, but eventually some clarity of thought, understanding and Healing occurs in the writing....
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Grandpere' Armand by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
My grandfather's name is Armand P. (the "P" stands for Pierre) Moliere', and he is 66 years old. He was born in a tiny bayou community in southern Louisiana. He was the youngest of 13 children, and he was also born the "runt" of the litter (as he says). Grandpere' Armand was born in Bayo..
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Grapevine by Richard Kallao
original..
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GREAT EXPECTATIONS by Micki Peluso
A short , short story on the analogy between a stuned tree and a stunted marriage..
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Greetings From Fan Fair!: Louie Writes To Carmen Rigoletti by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louie Sandusky takes a break from star gazin' and writes to her friend in Georgia. She and her family are at the CMA Music Festival/Fan Fair until tomorrow, where they have been seeing concerts and getting autographs from their favorite country music stars...
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Grief by April Smith
This isn't really a story, but more of a release of some pent up emotion.....
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Grinches and Angels by Elaine Carey
Memories silly, touching, and profound color my feeling for Christmas...
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Gumm by Richard Kallao
original..
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Haad's Story. (Part Three) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A little boy from Iraq continues to adjust to life in America, where he has been adopted by an American family. Image (C) 2009, Karla Dorman...
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Haad's Story. (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Becky Covington continues the story about her newest child, Haad Asul, whom the family just adopted a few short months ago. They are overcome with joy...
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Haad's Story: The Adoption Chronicles. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A little boy from war-torn Iraq now has a future (and a family) in America...
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Halfway To Forever: The Adoption Chronicles (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Beatrice Goldberg gets some good news regarding the little Ethiopian girl she is trying to adopt...
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Read excerpt from Hands of Time Hands of Time by Ida Rowlands
A grandmother teaches her child a little about adversity by explaining to him how her hands became so tired and worn...
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Hannah's Story: The Adoption Chronicles. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A family welcomes a little girl from Romania into their family. This is their story...
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Happily Tangled in Big Ol' Blues by Xian Horn
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Happy Birthday Sharon by Henry Custer
Satire on daughter's birthday from a fun loving Mom and Dad...
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View Photo of Happy Holidays (Story # 8 in Emily series) Read excerpt from Happy Holidays (Story # 8 in Emily series) Happy Holidays (Story # 8 in Emily series) by chantal Bellehumeur
FREE READ!!!Short story published in the December 20 2013 issue of The Suburban Online Magazine...
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Happy Mother's Day by Mary Coe
Happy Mother's Day to all the mother's all over the world...
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Happy Mother-In-Law's Day Maw Maw! by Keith John Paul Horcasitas
Special memories of times with Maw Maw, my late Mother-In-Law, as we celebrate Mother's Day. Pic: 1983, Keith and Maria's Wedding; (Left to Right) Andres N. Horcasitas, Jr, Mercedes Kleinpeter Horcasitas, Keith, Maria and Maria R. Perniciaro ("Maw Maw"), Most Holy Name of Jesus Church (Mass..
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Happy To Sacrifice by Linda Boulanger
Abigail Brighton, an avid pilot, found herself grounded by an unexpected pregnancy. Follow her mental journey as she seeks comfort in the one place she's always found it - the air - and takes to the skies to help herself comes to terms with the co-pilot inside...
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Happy to Tears by Frances Seymour
A clear description of joy overflowing...Enjoy!..
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Have A Heart by Sandra Corona
Those good old-fashioned remedies...
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Hayleigh's Story by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
My name is Hayleigh Ngoc Tam Michelle Pearson, and I am six years old. I am the youngest child in my family. I have brown eyes and long black hair that I wear in pigtails; and I also have yellow skin. I have three older sisters named Miracle (11), Jordan (9), and Sapphire Ronee (she's the..
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He Always Brought Her Mayflowers by Annabel Sheila
Spring's awakening stirs warm memories of my Mom and Dad...some of them particularly poignant!..
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He Is Home!!: Jenna Aurora Writes... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Jenna is thrilled that her newborn son is finally home from the NICU. She writes to her friend in Tennessee to share the good news...
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He Said, She Said by Lonnie Hicks
Family..
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He's Leaving Tomorrow: The Ronee' Files (4/14/'14) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' Stinkowitz's husband, Michael, leaves for Alaska tomorrow, leaving his wife very emotional. She writes in her journal, trying to sort out her feelings. Image (c) 2013 by Karla Dorman. ..
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He's My Dad! by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Richard Sandusky, one of the teenagers in the Sandusky clan, writes about his father, William, and why he is so special to him...
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He's No Burden...He's My Brother by Bonnie May
This eulogy written for a young man who lost his younger brother through suicide. How he got through reciting this, I will never know. He did and did a super job...
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Heart Condition by George Norton
When the heart hurts, how is it healed? Are you afraid of evil tidings?..
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Heartbreaking Revelations (Kate and Sashsa W/S Tagert) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Kate Life On Wheels says: oh you confused me Kate Life On Wheels says: Oh I am sorry I think my meds are starting to kick in ..
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Hell Week by Matthew Richardson
This is unpublished story. It is written as a short story. It is the beginning of my own experience trying to finish college. Eventually I want to expand it and complete it. Hopefully it ends with a graduation and a job...
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Help a Poor Kid by Jack Roberts
I consider myself a very blessed person in my life. When I look into the past to my childhood I find that bad memories are scarce, and the good ones abound. I grew up the son of a divorced mother, and together with my younger sister shared a small two-bedroom house. We didn’t have much but my Mot..
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Helping by Richard Kallao
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Helping Uncle Travis. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A family helps their relative, who got his leg blown off while fighting in Iraq. The man is now back home, but he faces a long period of adjusting to his new handicap...
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Helping Uncle Travis. (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A family tries to help their injured family member, a USMC Veteran, cope with the loss of his leg and the brutality of war. Image of Christmas tree and lights (c) 2010, by Karla Dorman...
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Henry Long's Story by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
My name is Henry, and I am 8 years old. I was born in Korea, and I was born blind. I was given up by my mom because she couldn't care for me. I was "too much of a burden", she had told the orphanage people when she dropped me off there; only I don't remember all that; I was just a baby when..
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Her Hands by Kelly Eveleth
Her Hands tells the memory of a great-grandmother and the great-grandmother's influence...
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View Photo of Here I Stand Head In Hand... Read excerpt from Here I Stand Head In Hand... Here I Stand Head In Hand..." by Bradley Fralick
This is definitely not as lighthearted as the Beatles song this is from! However, it should be still enjoyable to read!..
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Here Is My World. Welcome To It! (By Michelle Breanna, aged 9 1/2) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Megan's twin sister, Michelle, writes a story about herself and her life...
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Heritage by Monica Diggs
Always remember where you come from. ..
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Hey! It's ME!: Jenna Aurora Writes... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Jenna Aurora Doucet in Anchorage, Alaska, shares some very exciting news with her friend, Louisiana, in Tennessee...
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Hey! You're IT!! (Donna Responds To Louie's Tag) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
First Donna wrote, then Louie; now Donna writes to Louie in the game called "E-mail Tag". ..
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Hezekiah's Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A family is blessed to have Hezekiah Ezekial as part of their family...
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Hezekiah's Story. (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Gwynyth Ross of West Covina, California, updates us on the lives of her children, particularly her son, Hezekiah...
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Hi, Rebekkah!: A Letter From Johnny by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Johnny emails his friend in California after she has emailed him...
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Hi, Rosie!: Or, Louisiana Writes... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana emails her Cajun friend in Louisiana after Rosie Bercegeay has emailed her...
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High School Mom by Theresa Franklin
A pregnancy with the potential to be a dream becomes a nightmare...
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His Chicky Babe by April Smith
A special day with Daddy.....
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