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Happy Deathday, Son

My youngest had his deathday party last week. For you breathers out there, a deathday is just like a birthday, only instead of celebrating the anniversary of one’s birth, we celebrate—well, you get the idea. But a good deathday celebration … Continue reading

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Chihuahuas – The Go-Anywhere Snack

We’re not speaking to the neighbors again.  On one severed hand it’s been quiet, but on the other it’s that spooky sort of quiet that usually means something nasty is about to jump out at you. Usually that something is … Continue reading

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Why Do You Need Texting Capability When You Only Have Half a Thumb?

Rich or poor, living or dead, there’s one thing that all children have in common: they always want stuff they can’t have. I want this. I want that. Buy me this. Buy me that. It’s enough to make me lose … Continue reading

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Summertime … and the Nonliving Is Easy

Man do I love summertime. I still keep up the school work twice a week or so, but it’s still a chance to kick back and ease up on the little shamblers. (My daughter has especially enjoyed the break. Try … Continue reading

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Judge Not Lest Ye Be Eaten

So I was at the park the other day with my two younger shamblers. They were happily playing in the sand, taking turns burying each other’s hands, feet, ears, and eyes. For once nobody was fighting, crying or being chased … Continue reading

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