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girl - 11 months

Over this last month something subtle happened with Delaney that’s hard to put into words.  I remember this happening with her brother as well.  She’s different but not in any way specific.  138 more words

Parenting

The Happiest Year of My Life Remembered

The news of late from CNN foretells the fall of Anbar Province and of Baghdad. I spent one year working in Anbar Province. This was the happiest (on record) year of my life. 225 more words

Texas

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Because I can.

Alan Cheuse, Author and NPR Book Critic, Dies at 75 by SAM ROBERTS


By SAM ROBERTS

Mr. Cheuse, a late-blooming author, assimilated his wide range of experiences to give authentic first-person voices to his characters.

Published: August 4, 2015 at 08:00PM… 8 more words

Ryan Romo

Nelson, Brewers Beat Padres 4-1 by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Jimmy Nelson scattered three hits over 6 2-3 solid innings, Khris Davis drove in two runs and the Milwaukee Brewers snapped a six-game losing streak with a 4-1 win over the San Diego Padres on Tuesday night. 12 more words

Ryan Romo

The Foreigner - Play Review

On August 2nd, I went to see The Foreigner at the University of Houston, put on by The Alley Theater (their stage is being remodeled, so they’re borrowing the venue). 385 more words

Alley

Veteran Finds Military Burial Flag Hidden For 30 Years

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RIVER OAKS (CBSDFW.COM) – Kerry Cremean and his wife had just bought their Black Oak Lane home, when he decided to look for storage space in their new garage. 461 more words

News

It is Morning in America!

“Oh shit!” ‘Sorry Ronnie… Nancy’!

It is ‘Sunday’ in Amerika!

“Let us watch ‘The Golf’!”

“Huge vivla la diff’ eh’?”

“Oh Me ah me! What ever do you mean?” (Said Nancy) 208 more words

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Yes! I am a socialist!