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Thread: Who would you lunch/ dinner with if you had the chance?

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    My parents and grandparents, the latter I never met at all.
    One of my oldest friends, since the 1st grade, who died in 2001 - a nightmare year.

    Sue Keida, a Board member, with whom I've become friends - sight unseen and despite her being a Yankee fan.

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    My paternal grandmother, who died before i was born in a car wreck- my maternal grandfather , who died when i was 3, Opra , Martha Stewart, Cher. These 3 women have done extremely well without men- Sorry Guys- My favorite Uncle Wayne whom I still miss everyday. These are only a few.

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    Call me crazy, but I'd pick my husband. I really enjoy being with him, even after 29.75 years of wedded bliss.

    Next would be any or all of my grands. They see the world with such innocence and trust, and sometimes I need to be reminded that both innocence and trust still exist in this big world of ours. Not to mention that I love them and don't see them nearly enough.

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    Due to my health issues I am sure I will be sitting down to a wonderful reunion with all my ancestors before I finish using my fabric stash! So I guess the ones I would like to meet with while I am still alive would be:
    1. Tony Stewart
    2. Mitt Romney
    3. Donald Trump
    4. Sarah Palin
    5. All of my living classmates

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    I would love to talk with my my fathers parents again. My grandfather died when I was just 5 . I was his favorite my mom told me. Sails he would give my siblings a nickel and always give me 50 cents. That I don't remember but I know I was very close to him. When your young you don't think about where you had co e from. We are German and would love to know all about our heritage . Good question!

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    My first choice would be my Son. It has been 11 years and I still miss him so much. There would not be a lot of eating done, mostly hugging him to my heart while I had the chance.

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    Of course all my family members living and deceased (at the same time). Or John Stamos, but I think I'd be drooling too much to eat!
    Grandma of 5 beautiful grand kids, and 4 crazy cats!

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    Many of my relatives who had such interesting lives in Germany and the Netherlands before coming on a ocean voyage to a new country, enduring hardships of ranching, fighting wars, on and on. Then my twins that I miscarried, many Biblical figures, and since its possible to go back in time, I would go forward and see my great-great grandchildren. Wow, what a wonderful thought!

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    Mine would have to be my husbands father. He died when my husband was only 14, and he has such respect for family and is so ever different then his siblings. I would love to get to know the man that made my husand the best husband/father a man could be. Just ask our neighbor kids...when they come to the door and knock...asking... can Mr. Mythreesuns come out to play today???
    Faye

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    would love to have a long long lunch with 1. eleanor burns 2 my fathers mother for her quilting. my aunt mary for she is a real giggle. and my great greats that quilted.

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