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The Mighty Mo

Originally posted on Wasted Days And Wasted Nights:
Note: This was originally posted in 2008. It is one of my favorite Christmas stories because it brings back the magic of Christmas that most of us had long, long ago. I grew up in a large family.  There were seven kids plus my mom and dad. …

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The Mighty Mo~reposting

Originally posted on Wasted Days And Wasted Nights:
I grew up in a large family.  There were seven kids plus my mom and dad.  My dad was the only one who worked, as was the norm in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s.  My dad drove a fork lift at one of the local canneries. …

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Note: This was originally posted in 2008. It is one of my favorite Christmas stories because it brings back the magic of Christmas that most of us had long, long ago. I grew up in a large family.  There were seven kids plus my mom and dad.  My dad was the only one who worked, […]

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The Mighty Mo~reposting

I grew up in a large family.  There were seven kids plus my mom and dad.  My dad was the only one who worked, as was the norm in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s.  My dad drove a fork lift at one of the local canneries.  The only way there would ever be any […]

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I grew up in a large family.  There were seven kids plus my mom and dad.  My dad was the only one who worked, as was the norm in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s.  My dad drove a fork lift at one of the local canneries.  The only way there would ever be any […]

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I grew up in a large family.  There were seven kids plus my mom and dad.  My dad was the only one who worked, as was the norm in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s.  My dad drove a fork lift at one of the local canneries.  The only way there would ever be any […]

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The Mighty Mo

I grew up in a large family.  There were seven kids plus my mom and dad.  My dad was the only one who worked, as was the norm in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s.  My dad drove a fork lift at one of the local canneries.  The only way there would ever be any […]

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I’m not in to sports. My favorite answer to the question “What is your favorite sport?” is usually something like “any one I don’t have to watch or play in.” Yup. I don’t like sports. I don’t follow sports. However, if there is a local team, I will take note of it. And in the […]

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I keep trying to find non grandchild smiles to share but kids are such a bounty of smiles that my post are usually inspired by them. And this week is no different.s Last week, we were expecting (and got) a snow storm. We went out and about the day before, trying to get everything we […]

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An Oldie

This is a story I wrote for this blog a few years back.  I have about 20 Christmas stories that I love to repost.  This is one of them.  It’s true, not made up.  I’m copying the text here because I have neither the energy for a new post tonight nor the mental focus to […]

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