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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Greetings Laff Lovers,

As parents, the major part of our duty is to prepare our children for successful adulthood. That is not easy. One does not know at what stage of a child's life they begin to really absorbe the lessons that will adhere to their psyche and become part of the foundation that their future lives will be built on.

I decided that you can never begin to guide too early. To be sure, we teach at very early ages that fire burns and knives cut.

So I was sitting with my teenage daughter, listening to her chatter on and on at about 100 miles-per-hour, when I decided it was a perfect time for a life lesson.

"Listen, honey," I said reaching down to hold both her hands in mine. "You're boring the ever-loving shit outta me with all this talk. How do you ever expect to find a husband and move the hell out if you talk so damned much?"

Empty-nest-ly,

TZ

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