Born Young - The Life & Loves of Tom Standard; Beginnings

"Born Young - The Life & Loves of Tom Standard" is an autobiography specifically written as a love letter to my Great-Grand Children and their descendants. You, too, are welcome to peruse it; I hope you find a snippet or two you can relate to and enjoy. When I read my Great Granddad's Civil War diary, I felt near him. That's why this love letter to those who follow me. More
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Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301245161
About Tom Standard

I am a retired Professional Mechanical Engineer. My wife, Mary, is a retired Educator. We share a taste for adventure and travel.
After exciting and enjoyable careers, we retired to a 100-acre tree farm in Western Maine to be near some of our grand kids as they grew up.
Our home in Sumner (population ~900) is in the foothills of the White Mountains.
Even before we met Maat, the little goddess of doing what is right, we tried to live by the principals she embodies. For our entire 58-year marriage, we have been active in Church work; Mary mostly as a musician and teacher, me mostly as teacher and lay preacher in children's church.
Mary was born in Southern Mississippi. I was born in the Pennyrile section of Kentucky. The twists and turns that brought us together in a small agricultural High School in Perkinston, Mississippi shows that He Who Is In Charge has a sense of humor - and plans we cannot always understand.
Mary and I both write freelance for the Lewiston Sun Journal. I take an active role in local politics and for six years served three small town as Emergency Management Director.
We have been blessed with two children, eight grand children and three great-grand children.
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