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Why the Lawyer Might Need Reform School

This is a repost from last summer. I will be back with something new next week, but for now..enjoy last summer. As I was driving the children today, the professor was yammering on and on about camping (seriously..big yawn), but … Continue reading

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I Throw Like A Girl

he lawyer is starting his second season of flag football. Football in our family is probably the most important thing next to God and Mexican food. Hey, we’re Texans. So, imagine my absolute thrill when the lawyer, at five, picked … Continue reading

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The Temperance Movement-or It’s Good to Have Goals

The lawyer (9) had temperance on his mind yesterday evening at bedtime. Lawyer:Mom, I’m never going to smoke. First, it can kill you and second, if you smoke, you can’t play sports for Highland Park. They kick you off the … Continue reading

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