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How Did I Get here! Page 15


I’ve been gone for two weeks visiting Munchkin 2, his wonderful wife, and my 2 grand-munchkins. Grand munchkins are every bit as great, and bring as much adventure to life as do your own munchkins. Good times! Well, I promised … Continue reading

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How Did I Get here! Page 14


More Adventures With The Munchkins Let’s see. Where do we start. Well, as I said in my last entry, munchkin 3 threw everything that he could pick up. This led to some interesting experiences. When he was about three years … Continue reading

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How Did I Get here! Page 13


When I last left you, I had just returned from a 6 month WestPac cruise aboard the U.S. Aircraft Carrier, KittyHawk.  The cruise had been memorable.  But I was glad it was over, and that I was reunited with my … Continue reading

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How Did I Get here! Page 12


My last story told of a long walk with two little munchkins. That winter was a time of great satisfaction, in spite of the fact that I was searching for suitable employment. We lived way back in the sticks, heated … Continue reading

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How Did I Get Here! Page 11


Due to my other blog, G.W.’s Good Grub, I haven’t put anything new here for you.  Today, I will correct that. After my tour of duty was up as a sailor with the U.S. Navy, we moved to Spokane, Washington, … Continue reading

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Especially For Dads, How Did I Get Here Page 10


Holidays and birthdays with the munchkins started with Saint Patrick’s day.  As DW is a good part Irish, St. Patrick’s day was always a big deal, with home made Kelly-Green Puff-Ball pins, a shamrock barrette for munchkin1, a shamrock pin … Continue reading

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How Did I Get Here! Page 9


The munchkins progressed as munchkins do,  growing out of clothing, learning how to get hold of more things that they aren’t supposed to touch, etc.  I felt it was my job to teach them how to be safe in the … Continue reading

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