Category Archives: Fambly

never heard the word impossible

This is what Top Management sang as she got up this morning.   In case you were still wondering if I were really married to a Disney character who grew up in the real world 1970s.  Advertisements

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Mother’s Day: an appreciation

For the guy who made the whole damn thing possible.  I think that's what makes Top Management so very special: she knows who should really be celebrated today (and every day). 

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she is not large…and yet…

I walk into the room just in time to hear Top Management say, as she's sorting stacks of papers into various piles, "I've gotten them all mixed up."    I say, "what, your emotions?"   She says, "yes, that's right. … Continue reading

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It’s Friday

I'm in love.  (She'd just been taking a picture of that amazing tree—since she hadn't photographed anything blooming in nearly two and a half minutes—and caught me taking a photo of her taking a photo. You can see how irate … Continue reading

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comedy is in the ear of the behearer

So it's breakfast. The Bean, The Golden Weasel and the Brawn are all nomming their favorite cereal, a kind that's usually too expensive to be able to buy for that many rapacious maws but which happens to have been on … Continue reading

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my home, now and forever

So today is the 29th anniversary of the first date Top Management and I ever went on. We've always considered it more of a real anniversary than our wedding, since that just made legal what we'd already known, at that … Continue reading

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the perils of being a self-taught reader

The Brawn says, "So. Dad. Scrohjum and…what's the name of the one who always yells 'that's it!'?" I am momentarily poleaxed by the name I cannot possibly have heard properly. I therefore reply, cogently, "…what?"  "What's the name of the one … Continue reading

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