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I spent my twelfth summer with my aunt and uncle in Monticello, NY.
Uncle Harold won my heart, not just because he showered me with attention and frozen custard, but because he was an artist. While he never achieved national acclaim, he did win a few awards in local shows for his impressionistic works.
I cherish memories of painting with him on the patio.
“A masterpiece,” he proclaimed my robin watercolor.
Today, as I put the finishing touches on my latest opus, I almost hear Uncle Harold say, “Good job! Let’s go for a frozen custard. Don’t tell Aunt Lu.”
Nothing fictitious about this story. 😉
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