Sawmill, The

by Anchor
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It was, I believe, a song of the 1950s that spoke of growing up being hard to do. A recollection of the words to that song is mostly nonexistent, except for the title. And the memory of the tune is only partial.The point of the song included romance. But the idea of the song seems to me, could have had applicable implications of a dark and challenging time of growing up. The Sawmill storyline includes many references to difficult and even dangerous aspects of life and living on The Sawmill site and working in the forests of the surrounding terrain.Then came small-town living, and work. Military time and corporate work followed.And now, having reared two sons, completed two careers plus some, life is full, easier, and near completion.But wait! I might write another book!