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THE DAILY GROANER - March 20, 2017

Good Morning Groanies,

Where does the time go? We had to register Jack for pre-school last week. I can't stop thinking about my buddy going off to school, making friends, and growing up.

I'm sure that every parent has these thoughts at one point or another. It's hard not to think about time. I wish I could slow time down. I want to enjoy things more. I want to hold on to the moments and memories that make everything worth doing.

I want to be a good dad for my boys. I want them to be smart and strong and confident. I want them to me better than I was. I want them to be happy.

Stacy and I have two wonderful kids that make us laugh, frustrate us, and fill our hearts each and every day. We're so lucky.

When Jack takes off for school in the fall he's going to be the smartest guy. Especially, in our house because Sean is just about as clever and slick as Jack, and I'm not even in their league. Hey, I can't even remember where I put my keys.

Groaningly yours,

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