Family and Love
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Family and Love


The Most Important Lesson is a Lie

No small truth in a lie

Photo of a figurine my daughter gave to me in memory of our talks when she was young

My child, come closer to me, and heed my words. Draw tight the blinds so the neighbors may not see. Come closer, for I need to whisper. There.

Be brave. Santa still toils in his workshop, the Easter bunny yet hops along. The sky has not fallen. But you need to learn not to believe your father.




Stories about family, marriage, children

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Anthony Lawrence (Pcunix)

Anthony Lawrence (Pcunix)

Retired Unix Consultant. I write tech and humor mostly but sometimes other things. see my Lists if your interests are specific.

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