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Traveling to presidential libraries PDF Print E-mail

By Roy Roberts
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When we had our motor home, a used one that I purchased from Art Jones, we sure enjoyed traveling in it. While traveling we were fortunate to have visited a lot of the Presidential Libraries. Roosevelt’s up in Hyde Park, The Kennedy Library in New York, the Truman and Eisenhower Libraries in Kansas, the Carter Library in Georgia, The Nixon and Hoover Libraries in California, the Gerald Ford Library in Michigan and the Johnson and George Bush Sr. Libraries in Texas and the best of all of them, the Abe Lincoln Library in Springfield. At one of the libraries it was stated that the children’s questions were unbelievable. It stated that the children today aren’t taught enough about the past great presidents. In a test administered by the U.S. Department of Education, 52 percent of the students thought either Germany, Italy or Japan was an ALLY of the United States during WWII.

 
One last game with Mylo PDF Print E-mail

By Roy Roberts
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He told her, “We have had a good life and a nice family; the two kids will take care of you, like you have been taking care of me. You know we aren’t having a quality life now, and if you don’t care I would like to give up the dialysis.”
I think most of my readers know that I had a brother Dale and a sister Jane, but didn’t ever know I had an older brother, Mylo. He would be 100 years old if he was living, and he is on my mind right now. Mother and Dad had Mylo, and thought that was their family. About eight years later, in quick succession they had Roy, Dale and Jane.

 
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