Autographed Napkins

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When I Was A Kid my mom kept a small knick-knack-keepsake box on our living room coffee table. Its sides were about 9 inches by 9 inches and it was about 4 inches tall. It was an oak color with a decorative top. I don’t really remember what the decoration on top was. To tell the truth the box wasn’t all that attractive. I have no idea where it came from or where it is now. I do know that Mom still has it somewhere. It’s an important box. Not because it’s expensive or a valuable antique. It’s important to Mom because of what’s inside.

Inside Mom’s little coffee table keepsake box is a collection of autographed cocktail napkins. It isn’t a huge collection and I don’t remember who all signed those napkins but Mom treasures them. I believe they were all country western singers. Mom worked for a few…

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Child of God. Husband. Father. Dreamer.
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