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He also thinks that a y can sometimes look like a v. I’m OK with that.
Interim report cards for the first quarter of school came home today. And there was much rejoicing!
35 – 6
A painful fruition of timeless yearning and it hurts no matter what positive spin you try to place on it.
I was damn proud of them all none the less!
The thing about your kids getting older — as if there was just one thing and you could possibly encapsulate coming of age with a simple synopsis — anyway, the thing about your kids getting older is that you find yourself less of a presence in their significant experiences. Oh, you’re still around, you know, close enough to offer instruction or gleam some sort of lesson of lasting import. Just not close enough, it seems, to curtail unwise decisions.
The thing about your kids getting older is that life is now imparting instruction not just you.