Tonight, Alice and I had dinner with our Aunt Keiko from California. She flew out to stay a few days with my mother- and father-in-law before joining Uncle Carl in Europe. We treated her to dinner and she gave us a nice box of chocolates.
I never expected to have an Auntie from Japan. Life continues to surprise me. That, too, is also a surprise. Or perhaps this is all early on-set dementia, which wouldn’t surprise me at all.
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“Nobody knew that health care could be so complicated,” President Trump said.
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I found a bandana in my sock drawer and tied it around my head for funsies. In the mirror, I looked like a grizzled cook from an episode of Chopped, and not one of the newly-minted grandpas aiming for culinary redemption but one of the bandy-kneed kitchen mutts desperate for cash.
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