Not quite dating not quite series by catherine bybee
She attended Imperial Valley College and San Diego State College, but decided to give modeling a serious try before graduating.Although she modeled sporadically throughout San Diego, she moved to Los Angeles to see if she would find more work. 20, 1959, her paternal grandmother, Chole Romero, said, "it was raining and the birds sang in the trees." Her parents, Evelyn Cruz Gomez Aragon and Raul Aragon, spent a few more years in Tinseltown, working and going to school, and then moved back home to Imperial Valley, CA.The community had many colorful nicknames, and Margo's favorite was "Shake and Bake" because of the many earthquakes and frequent summer temperatures of 120 degrees or higher.Margo and John's marriage brought two adventurers together, and their married life was just as exciting as one could imagine. Literature and art also were her passion, and telling the stories of Idahoans was one of her greatest pleasures. The family moved to Lewiston to care for his grandfather. The day he turned 18, he left for basic training in San Diego.They worked together, met famed lunar astronauts, rafted several rivers in Idaho, Alaska's Arctic, the Grand Canyon, traveled the country and Europe, developed interesting projects, and loved each other more than words could say. David attended school in Lewiston, after his grandfather's death the family moved to the Orofino area. In 1970, while home on leave, he met his soulmate, best friend and love of his life, June Purcell Reagan. He served on a yard tug boat in the Philippine Islands and was honorably discharged in May 1946, with the rank of Electricians Mate 3rd Class.
Both spiritual leaders also met face to face and "it was a highlight that I will never forget," said Margo.
Horace and Andrea also were responsible for Margo meeting John B.
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