|Main : Love : Family LoveThe Big Screen (by: Linda Ferris)|
I was the oldest of five children back in the 60's. We lived in a nice little three bedroom bungalow in Lincoln Park, Michigan. Mom and Dad worked so hard, yet always found the time to spend with us. My mother always laughed when she said "we were an especially active bunch" and theonly place they could take five active children back then, where theycould also find time to be alone, was the "drive-in" movies!
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