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a gift of mischief and mayhem and love all rolled into one

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found this old book of love that my daughters had given me for my birthday more than a decade ago. i laughed out loud all over again, at their kind and loving and humorous approach to life. no one had much money, but this book was worth everything. they spoiled me with offers of flowers and treats and reluctant shared experiences and pampering (even though they signed up their third sister who was out of the country for this task).  here are some of the coupons found within:

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Children make your life important.   –Erma Bombeck

 

with six under six you get (maybe a bite if you’re lucky) egg roll

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family math:  take my 3 daughters, all close in age. now grown and each with their own 2 children, also close in age, all under age 6. mix it all together and it equals 6 grand babies and lots of love and life and joy. they all call me ‘peaches,’ a childhood nickname i’ve reclaimed. here is the cast of characters you may meet in past and future stories.

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aussie grandsons – m and f

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granddaughter v

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granddaughter r

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granddaughter b

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grandson j

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Grandchildren are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation.

Lois Wy