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  1. Pauline Walton Shaw
    Pauline Walton Shaw March 2, 2014 at 9:35 pm | | Reply

    Of course parents remember things that the children never do and children remember things that the parents never knew:) Then, like you, we may all remember things that never happened or never remember things that did happen! Now I can’t remember the questions, so I don’t know if I have remembered to answer it!!!!!

  2. bethteliho
    bethteliho March 3, 2014 at 8:51 pm | | Reply

    Oh my gosh, this brought up SO many memories of the fights me and my brother used to have! I was *possibly* irrational and *maybe* aggressive. I mean, I was a hormonal teen. Don’t mess with me, right? haha. Okay, so once I threw a hefty lock at him during an argument. It nearly knocked him out!!! Another time I hurled a pair of scissors so hard the stuck in the wall behind him.
    yeah. I was cra-cra.

    Great to meet you on Aussa’s blog! I’m having fun poking around here – you’re a hoot!

  3. bethteliho
    bethteliho March 3, 2014 at 10:00 pm | | Reply

    Yes, I am 27 months older than him. It’s just he and I, so we had no one else to unleash our crazy on. Lol.

    *CLAPS* Can’t wait to read your next post! How could it not be awesome with your grandma, a fork, and a swearing guy????

  4. Pauline Walton Shaw
    Pauline Walton Shaw March 3, 2014 at 10:46 pm | | Reply

    How about the story of my crazy brother-in-law that chased me with a huge butcher knife when I was about 15. I did not know if I was going to die of KNIFE or just heart stoppage! Believe me I did not like that man before and less after!

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