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You're the least of my worries.

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Lydia taking her first shower by herself, and enjoying it immensely. "I love you, Mommy." Dancing to music afterwards.

Melissa

Holland Farm with the family. The corn pit; striding through the corn maze with Lydia and Ruth; the picnic by the car; sending Lydia and Amber on the zipline, each by herself; rolling through the big pipe with the girls giggling and trying to stay upright; the picnic at Bucee's.

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Melissa: I mocked it at first, but I've come to accept it.

Brian: Hey, that kind of describes our marriage!

Melissa

Melissa: It's Friday night, what do you want to do?

Brian: Curl up with a sexy...book. But not Facebook. Facebook's a hussy.

Melissa
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Folding the church laundry with Lydia. She helped because she wanted to.

Melissa
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Singing "Do You Want to Be a Bullfrog?" as a family at the dinner table (to the tune of "Do You Want To Build a Snowman?")

Melissa
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My band: Wee Wee Wonky Bomb

Lydia
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Harding’s Pompous Phrases
His [President Warren G. Harding's] speeches left the impression of an army of pompous phrases moving over the landscape in search of an idea; sometimes these meandering words would actually capture a straggling thought and bear it triumphantly as a prisoner in their midst, until it died of servitude and overwork.
— William McAdoo
Brian
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In the animated movie Hercules, I wonder why Disney used the Greek name for the ruler of the underworld, Hades, and not his Latin name, Pluto?

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Melissa: Ooo, I know what I'll do for your funeral! I'll release a balloon to represent your soul rising to Heaven, and it'll be teal because that was your favorite color--

Brian: No, don't do that.

Melissa: But as we celebrate your life--

Brian: Celebrate me now, not at my funeral! I want you to be sad when I die; I was a cool guy!

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