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Default My grandson will be 13 yrs. old the 29th

So here is a sign to warn folks not to go where he is.


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He and I share a birthday but there is a small age difference.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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He and I share a birthday but there is a small age difference.
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He and I share a birthday but there is a small age difference.
the grandson is the elder???

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If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Happy birthday to both of the guys.

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So much for getting the child's menu at restaurants. The older the grandkids get, the more expensive they become. We have eight and #9 is due in August.

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But once they get about 10 - the childs' portions, especially for boys, aren't near nuff, unless it's a buffet.

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When my son was about 10 he could eat more than I could.
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Happy Birthday to your grandson, great idea for a sign.

Happy birthday Chuck, and thanks for all the help you give on the forum, and your thoughtfulness to other people.

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Don't know about anyone else here, but I wouldn't go back to being 13 again (not knowing what I know now) for much of anything. Those were trying years, for my parents and teachers, but also for me. I don't think I'm alone in that. Always on edge, shy around girls, having no idea what I (or life) was about. That was my last year in boy scouts, and my first in theater, which became the joy of my life. The complicating factor was when the "nads" kicked in; like being all dressed up with no where to go, metaphorically speaking. It was about the time Disneyland opened with its $4.95 admission and ticket book. Today, life is an E ticket for the most part. How about anyone else?

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