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Chuck E. Cheese

Our family has been going to Chuck E. Cheese for years for a “family fun day.”   I’m not sure when they started the “photo” machine, where Chuck E. Cheese “draws” you picture, but the earliest one I found today was dated in 2004.  I know I am missing a couple of pictures because I didn’t find the one with me holding a brand new baby Abby in 2003.  Evidently I put some of the pictures somewhere safe, but forgot where that was.  (oh, how I hate getting older!) The picture in the middle with the red background is the one I used for our 30th anniversary announcement in area newspapers.  David had many people at work comment on the wonderful picture.  He just grinned.  Only he and I knew it was a Chuck E. Cheese photo that cost us a grand total of one token~ That’s a quarter, folks.  We love our inside joke.

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Author, public speaker, and workshop presenter for community colleges, libraries, women's groups and for grief support groups, Hospice and retreats. Certified grief counselor and Senior Service librarian for the James Kennedy Public library. Popular public speaker and workshop presenter on the topics of writing, couponing, utilizing your creativity in everyday life, and finding hope in grief. "Coupon Crazy: The Science, the Savings, and the Stories Behind America's Extreme Obsession" was published by Familius Publishing in 2014. "Chemo-Therapist: How Cancer Cured a Marriage" and "Refined By Fire: A Journey of Grief and Grace" were released by Familius in 2014. "Mary & Me: A Lasting Link Through Ink," co-written with Mary Jedlicka Humston of Iowa City, was published in September 2015. Grief journal to be released in 2018.

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