2 edition of My Alberta reflections found in the catalog.
My Alberta reflections
|Statement||by Florra-ida Mork of Alberta ; including Thoughts on love & friends, poems by Taralee Pfeifer of Calgary Alberta.|
|Contributions||Pfeifer, Taralee, Thoughts on love & friends, Thoughts on love and friends|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Alberta was my dear Mother-in -Law. I still miss her. We have a beautiful sunny weekend ahead, so I’m going to stop and smell the roses.
Happy weekend to you, ://