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Posted by Pete | Posted in | Posted on 12-06-2009

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What a gem 🙂 It’s a real shame more people haven’t heard about this site, this article covered what I needed

Chapter six is a very good job of writing. I didn’t know her very well during those years she was married to our Grandpa, consequently, details are mentioned that I didn’t know about. It is those details that I relished. It is nice to have had a Big Momma. Everyone should have one. If everyone did, that fact alone would solve many of the problems of the world. It would certainly solve many of the problems that modern parents and even the schools seem to have in educating and raising children. As I have said, I didn’t know Big Momma very well except in her later years after she had gotten sick, and she went from a great big healthy woman to one who consisted only of a lot of skin and bones. Unfortunately, it was her sad end that colored my own personal memories of her with drabness and sadness. I remember my brother’s tales of her of events a few years before mine really began. On balance, I really didn’t have a Big Momma; but, because of the tales of my brother, I definitely had the memories of one, which is almost as good.

I am glad you guys enjoyed the story. It was one of my first and still one of my favorites. Pete

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