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Tuesday Chatter 72

Life in 1972.

BrewNSpew

While we’re having coffee, let’s take a break from what we can’t control. Sometimes pointless chatter can eventually take on a form of positive energy. The world is ours to keep. Let’s reap what we sow and sow what we reap.

1972, a black year in history due to the Munich Olympics Terrorist attack, Governor George Wallace is shot, Bloody Friday and Bloody Sunday in Ireland. Also, many deaths due inclement weather events –  earthquake destroys most of Bingol, Turkey – more than 1000 dead, 10.00 homeless, earthquake in southern Iraq – more than 5000 dead, Hurricane Agnes creates destruction in the states of Pa, NY, Md and Va – 117 dead, Earthquake in Nicaragua – 5,000-10,000 dead in the capital Managua.

The annual average income in the US is $11,500, and the average cost of a new house is $27,550. The cost of a gallon of gas is 55…

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My real name is Debra (Debbie Sue). Sarah is a nickname given to me in high school. My husband has always called me that so here in Florida It's all I am known by. I was born and raised in Illinois. My son and I moved to Colorado in 1982. I taught school for 17 years. Then I ran a homeschooling/preschool/daycare until 2006 when I moved to Florida after my son, Bobby died suddenly. He was almost 26. Danny and I live and work at a state park here. I miss the mountains and climate of Colorado. I miss snow and the four seasons. I miss Bobby.

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