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All Parents Fight

Monday, July 30th 2018 After a whole morning of the kind of communication breakdowns I’m convinced only first world privileged white people could have on vacation in Minnesota, we finally arrive at coffee and breakfast. In a gesture of magnanimous … Continue reading

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Year at at Glance

Anyone else feel this way? Courtesy of -I mean copied without permission from- The New Yorker, who else? ¬†And pointed out by my Mom… on the gamble that I might not have seen it in all the unread issues lying … Continue reading

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