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Sunday, February 27, 2005

Honoring two people

I am trying not to embarrass my family, at least not directly, with my blogging. So I won't give her name, her age, or her picture, but my wife's birthday is today.

Two days ago, February 25, 2005, my father, William Franklin LaBar, who can no longer be embarrassed, would have been 100 years old.

1 comment: said...

Wow, what an incredible thing to be able to honor your father's 100th old did he live to? My great-grandmother on my dad's dad's side lived to be 107! She was born in 1885. So I guess she died around 1992.

Happy Birthday to your wife! Yesterday was the 11th birthday of our son's friend and the 17th birthday of our daughter's friend's sister. That sounds very random, I know, but we noticed because our son was invited to a sleepover for the occasion, while we had our daughter's friend over for the day and she got back home in time for cake...