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k i s s i n g...
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/07/us/harvey-irma-couple.html?mc...

though i think they will have a tough time getting up on a tree now days.
 

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75 years with the same person... That sounds so romantic, but I actually can't think of anyone I'd be willing to live with for that long.

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"Both had grown up in big families and it seemed natural to begin to take in groups of foster children, many of them physically or mentally disabled. In a story to mark their anniversary in March, The Spokesman-Review of Spokane reported that they had taken in 120 children over the decades, a number that Mrs. Schluter confirmed."

One can only hope to be a fraction of that awesome.

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kamalktk said:   "Both had grown up in big families and it seemed natural to begin to take in groups of foster children, many of them physically or mentally disabled. In a story to mark their anniversary in March, The Spokesman-Review of Spokane reported that they had taken in 120 children over the decades, a number that Mrs. Schluter confirmed."

One can only hope to be a fraction of that awesome.

I'd happily do that if I could foster kittens instead of human children.

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moonbeam said:   
kamalktk said:   "Both had grown up in big families and it seemed natural to begin to take in groups of foster children, many of them physically or mentally disabled. In a story to mark their anniversary in March, The Spokesman-Review of Spokane reported that they had taken in 120 children over the decades, a number that Mrs. Schluter confirmed."

One can only hope to be a fraction of that awesome.

I'd happily do that if I could foster kittens instead of human children.

  or puppies. Good for them, though.

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If you're hanging out near those two, prepare to get fooked.

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E.F.F. ing every one they see.

(Doubt if the people will have anything to go back too.)

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moonbeam said:   
kamalktk said:   "Both had grown up in big families and it seemed natural to begin to take in groups of foster children, many of them physically or mentally disabled. In a story to mark their anniversary in March, The Spokesman-Review of Spokane reported that they had taken in 120 children over the decades, a number that Mrs. Schluter confirmed."

One can only hope to be a fraction of that awesome.

I'd happily do that if I could foster kittens instead of human children.

  Guinea pigs and rabbits.  And chinchillas.

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