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My wife says it’s always the first sign of spring: I come into the house and mention that I think I’ve broken the lawnmower.
Six weeks ago I wandered in and said that the mower was making a high-pitched squeal, and I was pretty certain it wasn’t normal.
Jenny had told me last summer that only our high-school junior, Joe, should use the mower because when he’s finished, it still works.
Joe actually mowed the yard that time. I just told him to leave the mower out so I could whack off the monkey grass that edges the flower bed.
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