On a sunny autumn day in 1982, three girls set off from their homes on South Tenth Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and headed five blocks west to Forest Home Avenue School on West Burnham Street to collect a little boy from his Pre-Kindergarten class. The three girls were close friends; two of them were sisters that were two years apart in age, and the third was a classmate of the older of the two sisters. The sisters and the friend had the good fortune to live across the street from each other. They enjoyed spending time at each other’s houses; the parents of the sisters even enjoyed the company of the parents of the other girl.
Have you seen the latest in greatest in televisions? I have, but only because I went to my local Best Buy in search of something else. (Which is an interesting conversation on its own. See the sidebar for more information on that). The curved panels intrigued me as soon as I saw them just past the video game section of the store (my son was perusing that latest Wii U video game offerings). They demanded my attention, and I gave in.
Cyndia is a writer based out of San Diego, whose past experiences include six years in the Navy (full of lovely sea-sickness), many adventures working in customer service, and being happily dragged across the country while her husband finishes his own career in the military. When not writing essays, articles, women's fiction/suspense novels, or paranormal novellas, Cyndia can be found reading, cooking, hiking, homeschooling her son, watching HGTV, or unapologetically wasting time on Pinterest and other social media outlets. You can keep up with her musings here or on Facebook.