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Articles in category: Aging

Going To The Doctor September 20, 2015

Because I am not the biggest fan of premature dying, I tend to go to the doctor rather often. My family’s health history is not exactly robust, with very few of us making it past our early 70s, and quite a few dipping out before then. Of course, the generations old enough to be in…

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Camp Grandma July 12, 2015

My Mom is not that old, considering how old I am and how old her grandchildren are. I won’t tell you how old she is, for fear that she reads this and cuts me out of the will, but suffice it to say that it has not yet been a decade since she threw herself…

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My Own Personal Summer May 2, 2015

There is a joke we tell in these parts so often that it couldn’t possibly be funny anymore: if you don’t like the weather, you should just wait 15 minutes.  Such is spring in Georgia.  It is not uncommon for there to be a forty degree swing in temperature between eight in the morning and three…

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Sit or Squat? March 7, 2015

One of the great joys of being a parent is the chance to drive to East Bumblefudge on your weekend to watch your children participate in whatever sporting/academic/competitive event is going on that Saturday. This past weekend my daughter had an archery tournament in a location a little over two hours from our home. We were…

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SAT Practice Questions — 30 Years Later February 14, 2015

Decades after the test, how would you do taking SAT Practice Questions? My son took the SAT the other day.  He’s only in Seventh Grade, but he took it for the Duke Talent Identification Program.  His theory?  I’m only in Seventh Grade.  I’m not going to study.  I want to just see how I do.…

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