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J. Mollett


Birth Place
Huntington,W.Va.

Age Category
41-50

Birth month and day
March 20

Education
High School Graduate

Occupation
Housewife, presently unemployed

Hobbies
Crocheting, bowling, fishing, love baking, cooking, love animals, horses, etc.

Awards or achievements
High School Diploma
Ben Franklin Career & Technical Center - Diploma

Marital status
Married

Children/grandchildren
I have 2 Grandchildren

Published works
I'm looking forward to maybe someday having my Poetry published.

Volunteer work
At church, some activites, dinners, etc.

Professional or Philanthropic associations (including religious affiliation)
I'm a member of Madison Church of Nazarene.

Poetry writing experience
I have written poetry while in junior & high school. Hadn't written for years, someone inspired me to start writing again. I love Poetry, reading & writing it. Been reading it for years.

State or country in which the poet resides
Tn

Testimony of saving faith for Christians only
Welcome, I hope you enjoy WordChimes as much as I do. I hope my poetry brings much joy to you. I'm learning to become a better servant for the Lord. I hope & pray to serve him well. I joined our Choir Group at Church last year. I love singing my praises to the Lord. It's Awesome.

About the Poet
I'm married. I am a grandmother.
I love poetry, reading and writing
it. Someone inspired me to start
writing poetry again. That person
is my Pastor.

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Chime Of The Day

September 25, 2021

There's No Place Like Grandma's
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By Gary James Smith
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THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE GRANDMA'S

There's no place like grandma's
In this day and age
Mom's and dad's are busy
It's babysitting days
But grandma's always love it
When children are around
They never lose their motherhood
They keep them safe and sound

Going to hockey practice
Then there's dancing lessons
Who is playing the piano again
Grandma's little stressing's
What time shall I pick them up
Where's that address again
Grandma's putting the miles on
For her love of them

Come to grandma honey
Give me a little kiss
When you guys are not around
It's something that I miss
And children know who love them
And go the extra mile
When that sound" grandma's here!"
You should see the wondrous smile!

Copyright January 18 2016 9:07PM

GARY JAMES SMITH

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