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Today is going to be a great day. Half a day of school, then off to the dentist. Should be a quick visit, then enjoy the rest of the afternoon. After that, 12 more days of school until summer break. Ahhhhh ...
Gator and I played golf yesterday over on Fort Hood with a couple of young GIs, including one kid who graduated three years ago from West Point. He's a lieutenant now, and a really nice, squared away kid. He was wearing a Texas Rangers cap, Texas Rangers shirt, Texas Rangers shoes, and had a Texas Rangers golf bag and ball marker, for when he needed to mark his ball on the green. I wanted to ask him if he had on Texas Rangers underwear, but I had just met the guy.
I figured right away he was probably an officer, just from his demeanor and how squared away everything about him seemed to be. Pretty good golfer, too. The rest of us played from the gold (blue) tees, and he played from the tips, the championship tees. I have no idea what he shot, and I don't think he was keeping score, but he could definitely hit the ball.
I beat Gator by one shot.
Today is going to be a great day.
Ciao, y'all ...
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