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    Dad and Dasher (the kitten)

    By juliezavala in My Turn

    Dad and I brought a kitten home today. I'd post a picture but the cat is living up to his name, "Dasher." As soon as we let him out of his carrying box he dashed straight for my bedroom. He ...

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    He keeps going and going....

    By juliezavala in My Turn

    This dad of mine is amazing. He is up for anything. It's like toward the end of his years he's decided to try everything and give it his all. Today we bowled again using the X-Box and he played even ...

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    Christmas 2010

    By juliezavala in My Turn

    My Dad was sitting in his chair in the living room, sound asleep when I got up this morning. Waiting for Santa Claus? I think Santa had already come and gone since the cookies that were under the cake dome ...

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    Daddy makes a run for it

    By juliezavala in My Turn

    Yesterday morning after my husband Robert took out the trash, he forgot to lock the front door. As Robert was sitting down to read the paper, Daddy breezed past him and out the front door saying, "See you later!" After ...

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    Daddy's sister comes to visit

    By juliezavala in My Turn

    Today daddy's sister Velma and her husband Dick drove from Liberty to Victoria to visit Daddy. Aunt Velma is such a southern belle type woman with great manners and poise. I have always been a little intimidated by her. I ...

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    Homesick?

    By juliezavala in My Turn

    When I was a little girl, maybe 4 years old, my Mom and Dad let me spend the night at my Uncle and Aunt's house. It was fun while I was playing with my cousins, but when bedtime came I ...

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    Smooth sailing

    By juliezavala in My Turn

    Tonight, for the first time in a long time, Daddy decided it was time to go home. I told him his car was in the shop being fixed (Lord, please forgive me for lying). He still insisted he needed his ...