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Barry Boo Boo!

I was probably about 12 years old and was playing on our front porch. All of sudden, my Asshole (Dad) pulled up in his car. He sat in the car for a while and I wondered what was taking him … Continue reading

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The Asshole Moves Out (Again)

My mother was a nurse who worked for over thirty years on the night shift at a local nursing home. She worked 11 at night til 7 a.m. My Asshole Dad would move out whenever he met a new woman … Continue reading

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Is My Mission Complete?

You may never understand how the moment I touched your hand there was a love I had never planned. It was then that I knew there was nothing I wouldn’t do. Everything that I had was given to you. The … Continue reading

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Better life for her…

My daughter is currently spending the semester studying abroad in Copenhagen. As I type she is on a study tour in Russia. During this semester she is headquartered in Copenhagen but has taken study tours in Sweden, Scotland and now … Continue reading

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Kindergarten, Let me outta here…

Here is a poem I wrote last year during my first week of teaching Kindergarten (after teaching 1st grade for the past 9 years). I was so traumatized that I couldn’t bring myself to go back this year. I’m on … Continue reading

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Let’s lighten things up…

Reading back through my recent posts, I’ve noticed how dark they are (guess that’s what depression does to your mind) so I thought I’d lighten things up a little. Here’s a little diddy I wrote to my Dad on Father’s … Continue reading

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