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Who Would You Like to go Back and Meet?

Phtotograph of my grandma as young girl

Wasn’y my Grandma beautiful? I thought she was beautiful as my grandma, but I had to get older to realize she’d been young once, too.

Last week I blogged about remembering my grandma and her quirky kitchen. While I was home I also took the opportunity to capture some old family photos on my iPhone. I’ve thought about this photograph a lot since I became a grandmother. I didn’t know this girl. I met her after she’d married, had children, lost two of them, been widowed and become a grandmother.

If I could take a wormhole to the past, I’d like to meet her. I have a feeling I’d have liked the young Margaret, too.

What about you? Who would you most like to meet? Would you go back? Or go forward? All comments are entered into my monthly drawing for $10 AnaBanana gift card. Winner is announced in the first blog post of the new month.

Perilously, and wistfully, yours,


Pauline learned to love books, partly because of her grandma and partly because of her mom. The storytelling part seems to be in her genes as well. If Pauline told her grandma about Relatively Risky, she bets grandma would say what she used to say, “Well, isn’t that interesting?”

Pauline hopes readers will also find the fictional trip to New Orleans interesting. Relatively Risky released in digital formats the end of March and will release in print and audio this summer.

Pauline Baird Jones, author, writer, romantic suspense author, science fiction romance author, steampunk, humor, action adventure

New Orleans. A girl. A guy. Bullets and bad guys. A normal day in the Big UNeasy. Well, what passes for normal…

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