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Thursday, September 14, 2006

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Luís Humberto Teixeira

This post reminded me of the song "Cats in the cradle". If you never heard it and want to see the lyrics, follow the link: http://www.birdsnest.com/catcrad.htm

Beverly Trayner

Absolutely! That's exactly how it is. Thanks for the lyrics, Luís. They even brought a small tear ...

sexy girls smoking

So these are the conversations with my daughter (D) nowadays:

Me: hello baby ... how are you doing?

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