I wrote a story that was published in the June edition of The Good Life about writing stories through the mail with my granddaughter, Camille.
Camille and I had a great time March through August writing and exchanging chapters in two different stories: The Silly Dragon and The Two Friends: Rabbit and Chick. I could hardly wait to get the next chapter from Camille each week.
In late August, my husband and I drove over to Seattle to pick Camille up and bring her back over to Leavenworth to spend a couple of days with us.
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