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If My Kids Didn’t Visit, How Would I Know How Wrong I Am?

Learning from Generation Right

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I’ve been living under an illusion for many years now that I am a reasonably competent person. I mean, I’ve managed to stumble through life with no major problems. I’m doing well, right?

Oh, me. Silly, silly me.




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Tina L. Smith

Tina L. Smith

Writer, humorist, animal lover, lifelong language geek (er, I proofread for fun). I write on diverse topics that catch my fancy. Everything but haiku(tm). [she]

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