Last week, I was talking with my good friend Jim about celebrating the holidays with his grandchildren. Jim was regaling about the fun he had with playing with Matchbox and Hot Wheels toy cars with the kids…something we both did in our youth. I have to admit, I was a little jealous. Last summer, I uncovered a whole bunch of my old Matchbox and Hot Wheels cars while cleaning out the basement. It was like the best archeological find I could imagine! I might need to dig those out again and head over to Jim’s house to play…
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“Every man has a sane spot somewhere.”
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