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You’re Not Going Out In That Are You?

Dear Joseph, My mom had a unique way of getting us to think about what we where wearing. When I would be heading out the door to some event, she would give me a look over and then say, “You’re … Continue reading

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What do your friends say about you?

Dear Joseph: I remember when I played tennis that I always wanted to play people that were better than me. Not because I liked losing, but by playing tough competition I was forced to work harder and play smarter. I … Continue reading

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Chess & Sacrifice

Dear Joseph, You are becoming quite the chess player. I remember when I started playing chess with my dad as a boy and the satisfaction that came when I finally beat him for the first time. I know it won’t … Continue reading

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Laying Eggs @ Dinner

Dear Joseph, I am sure you’ve noticed that your mom and I talk about manners. Right now I get that it may seem like mom and dad making up lots of annoying rules. I remember my dad always reminding me … Continue reading

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