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We should have seen it as an omen. When we got out of the car at the outdoor mall in Collierville, Tenn., it started pouring rain.
It was 9 o’clock on a Saturday morning and Jenny had just dialed her mother in northern Kentucky for their weekly phone conversation.
The thought of traveling around the country with your dog, as author John Steinbeck did in his book, “Travels with Charley,” has a certain romanticism about it.
It was a great season of high-school football. Our team was really good, both on and off the field, and 13 and 1 is something a lot of high schools only dream of.
Last week, I finally gave in. I didn’t like it much, and I’m still a little grumpy. But I did it.
The weekend turned out all right, I suppose. At least I wasn’t too tired to get up and go to work Monday. Based on my experience with air travel in recent years, it could have been otherwise.
You would think I would learn from my mistakes. If you thought that, you would be wrong.
It’s just a car, a friend said, when I mentioned how sad I felt trading my car for a new one.
My wife was sending a text message to our son Joe in Memphis.
I am just an inside kind of guy, I guess.
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