That’s one of our original tickets. We had 2 and the other either got lost or we never had it. So there you have it.
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I've been married for nearly 15 years to a wonderful husband and I'm a mom to three great kids ages 12, 11 and 9. Oh, and I just happen to have cancer. Multiple Myeloma is a cancer of the blood that is currently incurable but IS considered highly treatable! My goal is to make people laugh, cry or feel a little less alone whether you are a mom, cancer patient or BOTH!
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3 thoughts on “Woodstock”
You were there!?! (I was bumming around Europe that summer with a college friend.)
Yeah, it was my second or third date with my now husband. We lived in Central valley, NY so we were about an hour and a half away, if it hadn’t been Woodstock. I think it took us all day to get there. And it was raining. We drove in Barclay’s 1947 Plymouth. I can’t say it was great. But we were there so historic:)
And yes that is an original ticket!!!