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Being 5 is So Cool

Most spring and summer weekdays, there are quite a few mommies and little ones at the park where I walk the dog—mostly right along the street side where our trip normally first takes us. I call it the mommy club, because it consists of mostly moms and their four to five-year-old little ones. The moms, grandma’s and a few dads and grandpas sit in lawn chairs, as the little ones are “coached” in the game of soccer. I use the coached loosely, not because the person doing the coaching is not qualified or knowledgeable, but because the little ones are in no way, shape, or form, coachable. Read the rest of this entry »

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Being 5 is So Cool

Almost every morning, at about ten o’clock, I take our old dog, Dockers for a stroll around the neighborhood park. We walk down our street about two hundred yards then walk on the sidewalk that runs around the park. Our trek used to take us all the way around, but she’s not up to going that distance these days, so we cut through at the halfway point. Read the rest of this entry »

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