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6/8/2013 A message from Lynn Pollard Stevens on turning 70. Yikes...!
Now, it's 2013, and I've turned 70 !!! For a low-key celebration, my two "kids" took me on a 3-day cruise out of Long Beach. We kayaked off Catalina Island and rode horses in Ensenada, Mexi
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After graduation I joined the Navy "Waves" in January 1962. Went to Bainbridge, MD for boot camp and learned for the first time what being really cold meant. Also learned about cotton stockings like my grandmother wore.
After boot camp went to Millington, TN for "A" school and came out as an Aviation Storekeeper. Assigned to Alameda Naval Air Station, in CA.
Meet my first husband and had two terrific kids. Made my first trip to Yokosuka, Japan when my son was 6 months old. My daughter was born in Japan and when we left with my son speaking broken English.
Made a second trip to Japan a few years later.
Was divorced and later meet my husband of 35 years in 1971, married in 1976.
All of my working years were spent in the Federal Government. Contracting Officer for the DOD. You would not believe the things we had to buy over the years, from food, janitorial services, jet fuel, etc. You name and I've probably bought it.
Retired after 32 years and have been busier than ever.
During this time we adopted a special needs daughter and she is forever a joy.
The old sayings of "Don't sweat the small stuff" and "Pick your battles" is certainly true. Giving the battles and small stuff to God has really made our lives better.
May God bless you and yours for now and forever.
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