Long Ago Laughter

Long Ago Laughter

A solitary tree swing moves in the breeze surrounded by a rusty slide, a collapsed picnic table and a broken swing set. The play area of City Orchards on Huron Street East in London evokes some sadness but also images of happier times.

© Sheila Creighton 2012

8 thoughts on “Long Ago Laughter

    • thank you joleen – I am sure there are all sorts of great stories from that place. a happy spot to visit and the kids can have fun while the parents shop. perhaps some image-inspired short stories would be a good idea.

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