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Sticks

My boys love sticks. In particular, they love turning sticks into swords and attempting to stab each other. Or they will thrash something with the sticks, especially any type of living vegetation. As the father of the stick-wielders, the whole … Continue reading

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Fistful of Aspirin

We sparred on the basketball court. My son scored several baskets in a row, the best I’d ever seen him play. He’d been practising for months, complete dedication, working each move until he mastered it. There was nothing more I … Continue reading

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