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By: Debra Diggins

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Thursday, 22-Mar-2007 21:17 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Hobbies that give me joy.

The begining
First born triplet
Second born triplet
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The creation of the triplets, 3 dolls that went to the same family. I enjoyed making each one to fit the child who was to receive the doll.
Penelope, finaly a doll for myself. Never to old for dolls.
My first quilting project, made in February/March.

Monday, 1-Jan-2007 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Christmas pictures

Santa receiving his gift, Dodger.
Viv looking at her gift
Jan & Viv showing off new hat
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Hope everyone else had a Merry Christmas like we did.
Missed you Sean & Heather & Gatsby

Saturday, 16-Dec-2006 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Nita & Ken Maddux, my parents

Mom & Dad Posing for Christmas Card
My parents have been married for 62 years, I believe they are the best parents I could have.
They are supportive in everything I do. Merry Christmas mom & dad.

Friday, 17-Nov-2006 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Kenneth Maddux at the Marine Corps Ball in San Francisco

Marching in with the cake
Standing next to the young Marine, 19 years old
Msgt Kenneth E Maddux, USMC Retired, 84 years old
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The second event that my father had looked foreward to.
He is the oldest Marine at the Event, he gets to participate in the cake ceremony.
Thats my dad, a Marine.

Friday, 10-Nov-2006 05:24 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Msgt. Kenneth E Maddux, USMC, Ret. Marine Corps Birthday 231st

Msgt.Maddux, USMC. Retired
My father
My father & I
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My father joined the Marine Corps Sept. 10, 1942.
He retired Aug. 31, 1968.
Recently my father was extremely ill in the hospital for 22 days.
He was not doing well, getting ready for his second surgery in a few hours on Sept. 1, 2006, when four Marines in dress blues walked into his room. They spent an hour with him & you could see his entire outlook change. My brother had gone to see Salinas Marine Corps Recruiters, told they them my father was ill. My brother said, "Old Marines need to see young Marines"
There was a time I did not think my father would get home. I'm a nurse, I knew what he looked like & what was going on with him. On that Sept day the Marines invited him to come & participate in a function for young ROTC Marines for the Marine Corps Birthday. My father had a goal, to get through the second surgery, fight the infections, rehab & get home. My father went to the function on November 4, 2006. My brother was right, Old Marines need to see young Marines.

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