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- Before the Storm
Tag Archives: anger
My computer will be down today and maybe tomorrow, so I won’t be responding to comments or emails for awhile. In the meantime, enjoy this re-blog of an older post – while I futz around with my new “home office.” … Continue reading
Like hell it is. You will recall the alleged ball-over-the-fence incident on Saturday before Father’s Day. If not, read the story here. Sunday (Father’s Day) was quiet. On Monday, my husband convinced me that we needed to talk to the … Continue reading
Originally posted on Underdaddy:
I was thinking about a recent trip to Walmart and how parts of it reminded me of a story we had to read in 9th grade English. This is the story of the Tell Tale Cart.…