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Month: June 2018

Jeff grows up

It was the end of an era and we didn’t know it. I look back and realize now that we couldn’t see that our youth was passing, that the world was never going to be the same. Speeding out past the last houses of Kansas City on Stateline, Jeff’s car…


My summer job(s)

Saturday morning. The kid is occupied with Legos. The wife is in bed, taking a nap after waking frightfully early. I have the house to myself. Nothing disturbs me. Dogs sleep at my feet. The stillness and peace reminds me what a rollicking week I’ve had. Part of my job…

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