Go Ask Daddy About Armpit Issues, Colossal Cars and Worldwide Traffic

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photo credit: Qonas via photopin cc

I love me some college T-shirts.

Always have. I buy them at Goodwill sometimes now, like a Furman University soccer tee I once found there. I especially love the obscure institution. Clearance racks are classic for this. If you want an Alfred State football shirt, look there.

Or at Goodwill. If there’s two, get me one, too.

In junior high, I found a Yale shirt for cheap.

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Guest Post: Fetch – Summer of a Work at Home Dad, by Sharon from Mommy Verbs

 

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Use your words!

guest postThat was the only help the poor boy’s mom offered as Grace held her son’s left cheek to the carpet during a friendly playgroup skirmish. It was more sport than conflict, but when your face becomes one with the rug, there is win and there is lose. And other parental verbs.

My guest today, Sharon, writes a blog called Mommy Verbs. There, she contemplates the Candy Crush phenomenon, the rules of the road (trip), and reintroduces us to effective mom verbs, such as Receive, Blast, and Search.

Let’s welcome her. You’ll love her stuff.

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