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The Rules of Stupidly Assigned Roles

I’ll be 73 years old next week, and only now am I starting to understand my dad . . . starting . . .

Author much younger with parents, Image courtesy of author’s private pics

My Father

I miss my dad.

not that whole




kind of miss him.




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I do not enjoy Mother’s Day. There, I’ve said it.

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Terry Trueman

Terry Trueman

Author of Printz Honor winner Stuck In Neutral. Writer/poet Spokane,WA. Attempting to alienate the few not the many.

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