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Someone once had a little rabbit, so my cousin’s grandkids went and said, ‘
Sure, there are weddings and grandkids to look forward to, but a parent’s presence for those life events is really at the invitation of their children.
Bike talked about having family photos taken one Christmas with his grandkids.
And so Gilbert, like Anne, becomes an orphan—a very early exit for his father, John Blythe, who lives to see his grandkids in the books.
Instead, the regulars talk about their grandkids, home-improvement projects, politics and the way things used to be in conversations peppered with curse words and crude jokes.
By their sixth decade, many parents start to think more about retirement and grandkids, the worries of childrearing a distant memory.
Tillerson took the job, forgoing retirement and time on the ranch with his grandkids.
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