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Hot Tar & Woody:

Happy Memories of Youth

By Rori O'Keeffe

Copyright © 2018 by Rori O'Keeffe

Published at Smashwords by Rori O'Keeffe

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Table of Contents

Title Page

Legal Disclaimers

Hot Tar & Woody: Happy Memories of Youth

Midpoint of the Story

More by Rori O'Keeffe and Links

About Rori O'Keeffe


Hot Tar & Woody:

Happy Memories of Youth

I grew up in a place called Westboro, a suburban area of Ottawa, Canada. My parents and I immigrated from Ireland when I was four years-old, and so my memories of Cork are very vague, consisting of a yellow painted kitchen, and a myriad of Christmas decorations. My life, for the purposes of memories, feels like it began in Westboro.

I immediately made friends with the other children in the neighbourhood, and there were a lot of us. The cohort of ten years earlier was even larger, and five years before then, there were a couple dozen baby boomers that would play legendary games of British Bulldog and kick-the-can.

There were seven of us kids in our core group that could always be relied on to come out and play, and perhaps that number more that came out sporadically. It was a boy-dominated group, there being Marcus, Mike, Daniel, Peter, and André along with Mary and myself (Rori.)


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