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If at First You Don’t Succeed

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Last Thursday when I picked Lucia up from school, she surprised me by launching right into conversation. Usually, the first thing Lucia does is look in the glove compartment to see if I have the kind of bar she likes (I always keep a stash of granola bars in the glove compartment). As soon as Lucia buckled herself in, instead of foraging, she turned towards me and said, “Mom, I have an ethical dilemma.”




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