I Ain't Done Yet
In this work you will see and hear tales of all over the globe with over a year's stay in Poland, many learning sessions in countries where Spanish is spoken, train trips in two continents, and so many personal quips about raising a family of seven very close-in-age children. Live with Mary through many years of fun and always learning-another motto of Mary is "You're Never Too Old To Learn"!
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Chapter One Circa 1900
ChapterTwo The Dirty 30S
Chapter Four The Fighting 40S
Chapter Six New House NowUptown
Chapter Eight Diamond Ahead
ChapterTen Go West Young Man
Chapter Eleven John Patrick
ChapterTwelve Bad Worse Better
Chapter Fourteen The Agonizing 80S
Chapter Eighteen Guess What?
Chapter Nineteen DDay 1994
ChapterTwenty South America
ChapterTwentyThree Happy Valentine
ChapterThirteen I Did It
American Legion baseball Ania anyway asked baby Barcelona beautiful birthday Blankenship Bob’s Bobby boys brought Bydgoszcz called Chadron Chadron State College CHAPTER Chicago Church classes colors couldn’t course Creighton University Dad’s Daddy didn’t English teachers floor Fulbright funeral Funny grade Grand Island Grandma hospital Iowa Jerry John July 16 Kearney kids knew little girl live look Louis Cardinal loved Margie Mary Allberry miles Mommy Mother Nebraska never nice North Platte High Omaha Cardinals park plane Platte High School playing Poland Polish Prom Putsy quickly remember Ruth sister soon South Omaha souvenir Spain Spanish teacher stay story subbing super surely teaching thing thought tickets told took train trip walked wanted Warsaw watch weeks West 5th Street William Fulbright wonderful