bravo 2ur Giants

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« My cousin, Kevin, just replied to my text: “bravo 2ur Griants MLB Champs Tommy y 花”. It inspired me to recall a scene from City Slickers when a cowboy and faux cowboys and a faux cowgirl were gathered around a fire. A man described having only baseball to talk to his father about, and the woman responded with sorrow, but the man knew if it were not for baseball there would be nothing. The tenuous link between father and son does not apply to Kevin and me, but the element of a relationship thriving in part on small things sprinkled sparingly over time does. “Drink of water from a fire hose” can be used to describe a person’s relationship with his or her family. He or she may suffer from having family involved in too many day to day decisions. “Apple does not fall far from the tree” also applies here. Kevin is the first born of a lot of cousins, and unless we have some surprise discovery I am the final born of our generation, and our relationship thrives on holiday calls initiated by me – my role is clear as is Kevin’s. If Kevin called me without me soliciting his return call I would see his name on Hana’s cell and be sure my mother or someone had died. I claim our relationship thrives on sprinkled pings and conversations sprinkled sparingly over time, so for me to be correct these sprinkles must be potent. They are, and today proves it I head to NYC with a boost of energy and optimism from a two-word reply text from my primo, Kevin. – bravo Giants. » about me 201-490-9659 twitter nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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