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vaggabondd
Member Since Nov 21, 2005
1310 Images, Last upload Dec 9, 2014

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February 11, 1983 Mr. And Mrs. Chism married

June 13, 1984 Mr. Chism graduates with degree in education

August 12, 1986 baby girl Julie Chism

December 1, 1989 baby boy John Chism

March 4, 1991 Chismís buy new home

August 28, 1992 first day of school for Julie Chism

May 3, 1999 Mr. Chism receives teacher of the year award

May 5, 1999 9:00 P. M. Chism family celebrates award at small party

May 6, 1999 12:05 A.M. Car crash takes one life ( Julie Chism) Alcohol is suspected

October 26, 1999 wife takes son and moves back with parents

February 10, 2000 Mr. Chism released from school district

May 3, 2006 Yakima Daily News p.6 homeless man found dead in alley

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May 4, 2006 12:26:50 pm
This is an interesting way of telling a story. The ending breaks my heart. Their life had so much promise. It's sad how life can change so irrevocably without notice.

by NothingNess Homepage »

May 5, 2006 2:07:51 pm
Truth can, indeed, be stranger than fiction. And, much more sad. Wonderfully presented piece!

by TallPockets Homepage »

Oct 4, 2009 8:26:31 pm
Wonderful choice of a cold and clinical way to tell a sad human story that happens with slight variations everyday somewhere on the globe. An unforeseen circumstance or a bad choice and dreams and hopes lie in ashes. It reminded me of two Joan Baez songs. "The Last Lonely and Wretched" and "There but for Fortune" And of a poem my sister and I used to read to each other, when such horrors of life were but faintly understood, called "Two Pictures" (artist unknown).

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