Nancy Roman

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Born That Way

Yesterday, I went out on my patio to enjoy the sunshine that had finally appeared after a few days of rain. I noticed that on the patio stones were six little worms. I am no biologist, but I pride myself on being an expert anthropomorphologist, so I figured the worms were doing the same thing …

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Smart Is Smart

Everyone always says how they are constantly amazed by children. Everyone but me. I almost never say that. Oh yeah, I think kids are cute and say cute things. Except of course when they are bratty and say bratty things. But for the most part they are predictable. Kids learn, and when they learn something, …

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