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Please. Really. You said it’s MY day.  You said anything I want. I flash my baby blues. I know it works on my dad every time.  He takes a deep breath, looks at his watch, and finally gives in. Ok. But we only have two hours before lunch are you sure this is...

He motions for me to bend down. I readjust the mentor texts on my lap and lean in to meet his gaze. He is whispering and I can barely hear him.  I turn my ear towards him trying to make out what he is saying. Just so you know,...

Good news is we have plenty of gas. It would never occur to me that we wouldn’t have plenty of gas in our aircraft.  Am I supposed to be impressed by this announcement?  Shouldn’t this be a basic expectation before takeoff?  I would think checking fuel would be a priority. ...

Do you like onion rings? No, but I did hear you ask the waiter for a salad. I know but I don’t want to be a bother. Enter stranger on the other side. Do you like french fries?  I will swap you for french fries? I have my earbuds in.  I often...

Your kids are primed to deal with failure.  Just think about it, they have been facing the possibility of failure three to five times per game, three to four games per week, two seasons per year, for at least ten years.  Every time they get up to bat, it is...