NOSTALGIA FOR THE PRESENT

The Secret Life of Parks

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My parents never played with me. That wasn’t a thing when I was growing up.

If I was lucky, my mom would pull out a board game on winter nights when the farm was quiet and needed less attention. We would play Sorry! while my dad watched TV and dozed on the couch. That was the extent of his parental involvement.

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Bev Potter

Bev Potter

Legal secretary by day, insomniac by night. BA, MA. Humor, pop culture, and things that make you think. My weekly-ish newsletter is bevpotter.substack.com.