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What are "The Good Old Days?"

Do you sometimes long for "the good old days?"



Many a day over the years, I have had occasion to feel like I just wanted to be somewhere else besides where I was at the time. I will also find myself wishing I could go back to "the good old days." The truth is, we really just want to experience the peaceful and fun times of years gone by.



The good Lord has a way of letting us remember the good times a lot more clearly than the bad times. Oh, we remember the passing of loved… Continue

Added by ColHarV on July 12, 2014 at 10:23pm — 3 Comments

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