Last night my cousin Gabe came over for dinner. He lives in L.A., so I rarely see him. He’s here to interview some Harvard dudes on a History channel show he’s writing on exoplanets, which are planets outside of the solar system, several of which, may be inhabitable by man (WHO KNEW? answer: not me). Anywho, I was so grateful to see him, because it’s been a long while (since before his dad, the famous Uncle Louie, died) and it made me wish that L.A. was near here, and I could hang out with my cousin, and my son (and of course, get in on some of that weather). It’s a small world, yes. But not small enough for me.
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