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Ya My 98 year old grandmother would chase us out of the house with a willow switch and man she was good with that thing.

My cousin and I still laugh about those days,  totally different time, Loved that woman,  seems I was so much closer to my grand parents than my parents,  they handled two rowdy youngsters well.

 we were in almond/Walnut country plenty of land to roam, and a fair amount of trouble to get into.


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The most important thing

I've learned over this year is this

Don't let anyone make you cruel

no matter how badly you want

to give the world a taste of its

own bitter medicine its never

losing yourself

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