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Stationed in Okinawa, Japan, my son and his wife were expecting their first baby. 

I was elated when he called me at work with the news of my grandchild's birth. 

I took down all the statistics and turned to relate it all to my co-workers.

"I'm a grandmother!" I declared.  "It's a baby girl, and she weighs five pounds."

"When was she born?" someone asked.

Recalling the date my son told me, I stopped, looked at the calendar, and said in amazement, "Tomorrow!"
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