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    Happy Father's Day Everyone

    My daughter sent me this picture from about 45 years ago for Father's Day. The plan at that time was to just take a picture of only my daughter for 99 cents. The photographer talked us into taking a picture of all three of us, and we ended up paying a lot more than 99 cents. At the time I wasn't shaven or even had my hair combed as I wasn't planning on being in any picture. The picture turned out good except for my messy hair and being unshaven. I may still be recognized in the picture so had to remove my face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    My daughter sent me this picture from about 45 years ago for Father's Day. The plan at that time was to just take a picture of only my daughter for 99 cents. The photographer talked us into taking a picture of all three of us, and we ended up paying a lot more than 99 cents. At the time I wasn't shaven or even had my hair combed as I wasn't planning on being in any picture. The picture turned out good except for my messy hair and being unshaven. I may still be recognized in the picture so had to remove my face.

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    Midwest Player,

    Oh... I just assumed your face was covered in snow ;-)

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    Our Father’s Day started last night. We went out for dinner with our oldest grandchild (7) and he had a sleepover with us. My wife made a beautiful breakfast brunch, which of course included my sons, their wives and our other grandchildren. It was a gorgeous day (at least in the morning), and we ate out on the deck.

    Then we had a nice visit which included lots of playtime with the kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freightman View Post
    Our Father’s Day started last night. We went out for dinner with our oldest grandchild (7) and he had a sleepover with us. My wife made a beautiful breakfast brunch, which of course included my sons, their wives and our other grandchildren. It was a gorgeous day (at least in the morning), and we ate out on the deck.

    Then we had a nice visit which included lots of playtime with the kids.
    Freightman, you are a youngin. My oldest grandchild is 25 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    Freightman, you are a youngin. My oldest grandchild is 25 years old.
    I do surmise that you are older than me. My grandson crawled into bed with us at 6.10 am Sunday morning, and we played games. Does your oldest grandson still crawl into bed with you? If so, is the grandsons mother the little one in the picture?

    Do you still own the bowling shirt? If so, don’t wear it to the casino, as it might be an identifiable item

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freightman View Post
    I do surmise that you are older than me. My grandson crawled into bed with us at 6.10 am Sunday morning, and we played games. Does your oldest grandson still crawl into bed with you? If so, is the grandsons mother the little one in the picture?

    Do you still own the bowling shirt? If so, don’t wear it to the casino, as it might be an identifiable item
    The little girl you see in the picture is my oldest child. She now has a daughter that is 25 years old. My oldest grandson will be a sophomore in college this year.

    Not sure what you mean by bowling shirt. Years ago I bought a shirt from BJ21 with a shark fin and some green chips as a logo on it. I probably still have it in the back of my closet. If I remember correctly it was heavy cotton and would always come out of the wash wrinkled. I only wore it a few times.
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    This is what my BJ21 shirt looks like from the Way Back Machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    The little girl you see in the picture is my oldest child. She now has a daughter that is 25 years old. My oldest grandson will be a sophomore in college this year.

    Not sure what you mean by bowling shirt. Years ago I bought a shirt from BJ21 with a shark fin and some green chips as a logo on it. I probably still have it in the back of my closet. If I remember correctly it was heavy cotton and would always come out of the wash wrinkled. I only wore it a few times.
    The bowling shirt comment was just me fooling around. The interesting point is that, regardless of where we live = our lives are composed of many memories. The good ones make it all worthwhile.

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