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No Great Truths

No great truths … just thousands of little ones. For instance: juice tastes better in a moo cup.

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Downward Facing Dog

Note to self: she’s always watching. And learns through mimicry. So I’d better be on my best behavior. Now, what did I do with the swear jar?

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I’ll never be smart …

Been a dad for three years now … and I just realized: peach or apricot jelly is so much easier to de-spot from peejays or a white onesie than strawberry or grape. Sorry, kid … don’t really care what your … Continue reading

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At what point should I be concerned about a tapeworm? Dinner for a one-year-old, 18 pound girl included a 2″ slice of pork loin, a cup of roasted sweet potato, 1/2 cup of peas, 1/4 cup diced cucumber, slice of … Continue reading

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Simple Currant Scones

We tried this idea the other day. Wasn’t a 100% success, but it might work for you, depending on your grater. I always have trouble cutting butter into a pastry dough. Scott Peacock says to use your hands (as described … Continue reading

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One in Three

One in three. In a lot of competitive programs, on the first day of training the instructors will tell the candidates: look to your left, and then look to your right. Come graduation day, one of you won’t be here. … Continue reading

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