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Privilege Card

I kept this ID for many years now. I like keeping my old things. But some got lost because of my kids.

But this ID of mine, I always keeping it on my wallet. This ID had helped me to finished my college degree.

This ID was a privilege card from US government. My mom once married an US Marine wayback 1989.

My step-dad was a US marine. He was kind that we easily get along with him. He treated us as his children.

He provided our needs and sent us to school until we graduated. He loved our grandparents too.

He was too kind to help us, our grandparents and some of my mother's relatives. He likes to eat Filipino foods too.

He was too strict but he is strict for our own good.

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bestwriter wrote on October 27, 2014, 6:55 AM

There are some memorabilia that can never be discarded. I have this ID card that I have cherished that got me the
entry on to the ship that took me on a a luxury cruise of the Bahamas. .

SLGarcia wrote on October 27, 2014, 12:46 PM

I still have my military I.D. card from my high school years. My Dad was a retired Army Officer.

OnlineMom wrote on October 27, 2014, 8:20 PM

That was great SLGarcia this ID stands as my remembrance from my step-dad...