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My Dad Thought People Couldn’t Change Once They Were a Certain Age

I loved my dad, but this time he was wrong

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It was late September 2001, I was working as a security guard at a condo across the street from a Tampa Bay marina. I was making good money at the time for a security guard, and I didn’t have a lot of bills.




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Lawson Wallace

Lawson Wallace

62-year-old married guy, I have been writing stories for years, but never submitted or published anything. I write about my successes and failures, everything.

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