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I am trying to say something about being her arcadia magazine. It occurs to me that I have not given the whole matter of parenthood much reflection. I am relatively old to be a arcadia magazine of young children.

According to my financial plan, I will have paid off my home mortgage just in time to start paying back student loans.

But I think my hockey-playing days may be over.

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She knows I took a shot that the goalie saved with his glove.

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She knows she drank hot chocolate and sat with Mom under a blanket. How many other facets of my life will she arcadia magazine nothing about, save what I tell her?

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Staring at Arcadia, I have questions.


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It has to do with the feeling that I have changed forever, that I am qualitatively different from the non-father pre-father? I was five years ago, or ten, or fifteen, or twenty. I seem to have little in common with that solitary writer-journalist who lived with a dog and a cat for more arcadia magazine a decade in a falling-down arcadia magazine.

Who the hell was that person, anyway?