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    Paladin Quaxo9 is offline Quaxo9's Avatar
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    Mil! Wow, a lot has happened with you since last we spoke. I'm glad you're working on making your dreams become a reality!
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    MIL!

    Great to see you! Glad to hear things are going so well for you. Hope to see you more as your time permits.
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    Hello, Mil. Sounds like life is keeping you busy. I hope it's doing so in a good way.

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    Mil, good to see you.
    wow & i thought my kids had an age gap.
    that must be interesting, but at least you
    don't have to worry about a babysitter.
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    Mil, good to see you again and hear your news!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Sanborn View Post
    Entering his teenage years. Good luck. You're gonna need it.
    Lol, thanks. He's already getting that teenage attitude.

    Mil, it's great to see you. Glad to hear you're doing well, granted very busy.

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    My parents remember when the term for a notable age gap in the kids was "a ratoon crop," (pronounced rah-TOON). It was a sugar cane term from the days when they would hand-harvest. Tearing a whole field to replant was an awful lot of work, especially since you could just leave it, and a somewhat weedier crop would grow up from the roots. Most plantations would do that once or twice before ordering the field hands to tear the whole thing up and replant.

    And it sounds suspiciously like Mil has two separate ratoon crops, with the eleven year old as the first ratoon crop, and the little ones as the second.

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    Welcome back, Jason. It's great to see you again. Congrats on your recent anniversary and the new job.

    And Mil, it's good to see you too. Glad to hear life has been good to you.


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