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Taking it Seriously

The year 2010 is known in my family as the year Everything (no really everything with a capital “E” Everything, not just a few things or minor annoyances, but Everything, I’m talking major life altering events types of things everything, … Continue reading

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And Then It Was My Turn

Here’s the thing about childbirth: men can’t do it. We just can’t. It doesn’t matter how much our wives wish, um, interesting things on us when they are pregnant, it’s just not possible (bad Arnold Schwarzenegger movies aside). Of course, … Continue reading

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Careful Consideration

Words have an amazing amount of power, never mind what certain youthful rhymes claim (personally, I’d often rather be beaten with a stick, and possibly a stone or two, than sit through some of the insults I’ve endured). Words have … Continue reading

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Beth, I Hear You Calling

On September 27, 1994 I had surgery to repair an inguinal hernia. It was the first time I ever had an operation and I learned many things. I learned that operations never start on time, that you should always say … Continue reading

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