Eighteen

Santa Barbara, 1996

El Segundo, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My son turned eighteen this week. For many years, when folks asked, “What will happen when he’s an adult?” I answered, “Let’s get there first, and then we’ll see.” We’re there now. It’s not the usual eighteenth birthday, by a long stretch, but it’s his; and he is indisputably a happy young man.

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One Response to “Eighteen”

  1. Lisa Clarke Says:

    Such sweet pictures. Happy birthday, again, to your happy guy :-) I can’t believe he’s 18 already!

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