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Quality Time

I've been spending some time with my family this week. I raced around the midwest, trying to put in a visit to all of my siblings and their families and also to my parents. This evening, I spent some time with Mom and Dad, as well as with my sister and her husband. I am truly grateful for the time I have had with all of my family this week, but most of all with my parents. Tonight, I saw more and more how age is beginning to really affect them.

So, when Dad was able to give me some tips on how I could bowl better, it quickly became a cherished lesson. "Keep your index finger in to prevent the ball from breaking so hard at the end of the lane. Don't drop your shoulder." They were excellent tips. Those two games were some of my highest scores in four years. It makes me wish there was more time for those lessons from Dad that I ignored when I was younger. I'll take whatever he can still teach me. Thanks, Dad.


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