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The Blessing of a Broken Shower

A dad’s perspective

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Recently, my wife and I encountered an issue with the shower in our master bathroom that necessitated we use the kids’ bathroom to shower.

It’s an inconvenience, to say the least, as it requires several trips across the house to bring the various toiletries we need for proper hygiene. And inevitably, a towel or some article of clothing is always…




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J.L. Pattison

J.L. Pattison

A mildly melancholic, increasingly misanthropic contrarian who cherishes life, liberty, and lattes. He turns coffee and sweet tea into books at JLPattison.com.

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