Tag Archives: Elizabeth Woodlen

Is Not the Morning Near?


When my mother was six years old her uncle, Richard Hope, went swimming and road home at sunset in an open buggy and a wet bathing suit.  He caught a cold that turned into pneumonia and three days later he … Continue reading

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Comes the Exterminator


It took a year for my sister’s to divvy up my mom’s personal effects and send some things on to me.  Included were the “Memoirs of Elizabeth Hope Copeland Woodlen,” which are two volumes of essays my mother wrote and … Continue reading

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