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I want to take you back in time. Where "Kids" were kids and we had the time of our lifes. Back to a time when family get togethers were not a chore, but a celebration. And to take us away, from the only time you see your family and friends, is when there a death. I hope this site is a reminder to all that view it, that life is to short and you must make the most of what you have left. Not to worry about anything, remember the stories that our family left behind and maybe; just maybe we can all learn from them. Remembering thing like snow drifts as high as the tops of houses and you couldn't get out of your drive way. Christmas Eves were everyone would get together and not to exchange gifts, but to exchange laughter, love and stories. And to take photos to remember them by. How about remembering how it was to slide down hills with what ever you could find to slide on; be it a cardboard box, grain shoves (not the plastic ones)or that sled runners that you might have gotten the Christmas before, to make snowman out of the newly fallen snow that fell on Christmas Eve or to be stuck in the house for days and days till the snow stoped playing board games with your family. The Fourth of July, when you played horseshoes or blew up cow dropping and made sure you had a change of clothes incase you got hit by the fall out; or to see food that "Everyone Made" layed out on tables that you thought were over a block long. And everyone getting along with everyone. Or watching the weather change in the blink of an eye. This is my wish for these pages. Enjoy!! ONE AND ALL.