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Fettucini. Sopranos. I miss my son.

by marymc on December 8, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Raising a teen age boy alone isn't easy. We disagreed on most things. But we loved The Sopranos. We loved fettucini alfredo. We bonded over every whacking. I made sure the 2 of us had a bowl of cheesy goodness every time "someone needed killing". Demented, I know, but 5 years later, I catch an episode and I am transported back to that time. That moment. With my boy.

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