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Megan at thirteen

Friday,  05/07/10  10:42 PM

Yesterday, in an under-reported event which will change the world, my daughter Megan turned thirteen.  And so tonight we celebrated with a blowout party, with our family and friends.  A great time was had by all.

Alex records the moment as Meg consumates turning thirteen

A must tell you I am a little sad that the last of my four kids has reached teenage-hood, no more children in the house.  Then again, she has been -going-on-sixteen for a while now.  Amazing to look back, these thirteen years have just flashed by, and yet I can hardly remember life-before-Megan.  Onward!

Alex, Shirley (aka proud Mom), Meg, Ole (aka proud Dad), Jordan


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