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27 September 2016

September 19-Somethin' Challenge: Day 27

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27. What do you remember the most from the year that you turned 19? What was going on in your life back then?

1984 was the year that I turned 19.  That year held lots of new and big things for me. I started college in the spring session of 1984.  I got my driver's license that year.  I got married that year.  That is also the year that I first saw my daddy cry.


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    1. Yes, it is. It is very upsetting and makes me cry, too.

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    1. It was a pretty busy year. 20 didn't slow down too much either. I was always running to hurl my guts out starting just before our first anniversary, which was a few months after I turned 20. That first baby was born just before my 21st birthday. :) Then, it got really busy! He was hyperactive to the max. haha

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Have a blessed week. :)

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