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Something Had to Give Something Had to Give

I didn’t write a story last week, and I need to apologize. I would like to say that I just took a small vacation from the stories, but that would be a fib. Something had to give. I had to chose between all the things in a crazy week or write a story. OK, I could have given up an a couple hours of sleep, but a sleepy Monner is a grumpy Monner. Nobody wants that. I should thank you guys that have stopped by the store to remind me that I didn’t write last Sunday. I was trying to forget, Elaine is really good at reminding me of what I didn’t get done last week. She appreciates having help, and would like to thank you all for it. My Little League baseball season is over. Our team didn’t fair to w

The Perfect Storm

There are exactly five more days of Boy Twin’s strength and conditioning camp. I couldn’t be happier. I’m not sure if it was a positive experience for either one of us. Boy Twin looks exactly the same. His biceps aren’t any bigger than they were when he started the camp. He might be able to run farther and faster than he could pre-camp, but I can’t see him using any of the new speed. Just ask him to take out the trash and you will see how slow he can move. He will run to get a root beer chiller. If he thinks his sister could possibly get the biggest root beer chiller, he can run really fast. Well, I should get to the story. Last December Elaine and I decided the Twins should have cel

Strength and Conditioning

Well, here it is the 4th of July. I can’t believe the summer is half over. This summer seems like school never ended. I get up at the same time Monday through Friday to take a kid to school. No, the kids are not going to summer school. One of them could definitely benefit by going to summer school and retaking a computer class (of all things) but that’s not why I take a kid to school. Elaine signed Boy Twin up for a strength and conditioning camp; The (construction language) thing start at 7:00 in the morning. We (Elaine and I) missed signing him up for the baseball camp that started at 9:00 in the morning, which would allow the entire family to sleep in. Did I say it was Elaine and I?

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