Comfort Pack

“It was a “Sears photo” type situation from back around 1969-1970, my mother (all of 19) said they were trying to get me to sit still and stop squawking (which has gotten worse as I’ve gotten older). She cannot recall exactly, but she believes that my father (20) who smoked (natch), presumably handed them to me as a distraction (or maybe I just crawled over and grabbed them to smoke one, honestly, I wouldn’t put it past me, even as a toddler) so the photographer could snap the picture.”

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