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Kenneth Shaw

What a great point of view. All family's tell stories, well at least mine did. I remember many stories about my cousins, aunts, uncles, and distant relatives, ranging from good examples to bad. This was a great way to connect to my extended family because we only saw each other every few years. Great blog post.

Marilee Lasch

I was always the butt of the family gossip, and at the time I hated it. But my what an interesting life, the gossipers had me living...such a basis for a folk tale lol

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