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Toys For Boys Age 11
- An object for a child to play with, typically a model or miniature replica of something
- A person treated by another as a source of pleasure or amusement rather than with due seriousness
- (toy) plaything: an artifact designed to be played with
- (toy) a nonfunctional replica of something else (frequently used as a modifier); "a toy stove"
- An object, esp. a gadget or machine, regarded as providing amusement for an adult
- (toy) dally: behave carelessly or indifferently; "Play about with a young girl's affection"
- A son
- (boy) male child: a youthful male person; "the baby was a boy"; "she made the boy brush his teeth every night"; "most soldiers are only boys in uniform"
- (boy) son: a male human offspring; "their son became a famous judge"; "his boy is taller than he is"
- A male child or young man who does a specified job
- A male child or young man
- begin to seem older; get older; "The death of his wife caused him to age fast"
- how long something has existed; "it was replaced because of its age"
- The length of time that a person has lived or a thing has existed
- The latter part of life or existence; old age
- A particular stage in someone's life
- historic period: an era of history having some distinctive feature; "we live in a litigious age"
- In the United Kingdom, the 11-plus or Eleven plus is an examination administered to some students in their last year of primary education, governing admission to secondary school. The name derives from the age group for secondary entry: 11–12 years.
- eleven: being one more than ten
- eleven: the cardinal number that is the sum of ten and one
Mother-daughter conversations (11-15-09 )
Jaina Lefevre kisses Deb's cheek and leans back to look at her. "I like the hair. It looks good. I was just asking Moms about borrowing a target pistol and getting some range time. I had to leave my target set at school."
EricF McCauley slides off his stool and waves to all of them. "Nice meeting you Jaina and Deb for that matter. I've heard your name before." smiles and takes a step toward the door.
Deets Carroll snorts, "If you heard it around city hall, it was probably nestled in some choice language."
Jaina Lefevre adds sugar and cream to her coffee, stirring the growing sludge at the bottom of the cup. She snickers a little at the comment and waves. "Bye Eric. Nice meeting you."
Debra Charron nods and releases the bear-hug, "I can probably help you with that, we have a range on the docks." Deb nods towards the male, "How much is the bounty?"
Eric F McCauley waves off Deets, "nah, didn't hear it there." glances at Deb, chuckles. "At least a million at this point." chuckles and wanders out.
Jaina Lefevre murmurs low. "Dunno, but he's got a cute butt." Hopefully pitched low enough that only the Moms hear it.
Deets Carroll rolls her eyes. "Oh, we have GOT to have a little family talk."
Debra Charron snorts, "In that case, it'll be ten million by next weekend"
Jaina Lefevre blinks innocently. "Wha? He does! Besides, I'm not shopping. Just admiring the merchandise."
Deets Carroll shakes her head. "Honey, the merchandise is admiring back, too."
Jaina Lefevre grins a little, but sorta hides it in her coffee. "And...?"
Deets Carroll shares a glance with Deb. "And, I'm not ready for that. And I don't think YOU are either. Regardless of your marksmanship."
Debra Charron sighs and inquires, "Teenage romance?" looking in Deets' direction
Jaina Lefevre gets a little serious for a moment. "I like it when guys look and like what they see. It's kinda nice. But, I'm not interested in anyone but Rai. Looking doesn't hurt anything, right?"
Debra Charron snorts and gets comfortable on her bar stool, "We're talking boys here right?"
Jaina Lefevre blushes a little. "Mostly. But, like I said...Rai is the only one for me. We're going to get married when we're done with school."
Debra Charron smiles and drums her fingers on the bar, "Jai- we need to let you in on a little secret. Boys are unreliable until they're at least 30"
Deets Carroll sighs to Deb. "I dunno. I'm not sure I like what I'm hearing..." She stops, and takes a deep breath. "Jaina, that 'hole' you were talking about, earlier. You know she's only five or six years older than you, right? And most of what you said could have come straight from her mouth, instead."
Jaina Lefevre looks over at Deets. "Leor is a bitch, Moms, and you know it. She's treated me like crap since I first came to Midian, and she's doing everything she can to keep Rai and I apart. I'd be happy to see her launched into orbit."
Deets Carroll shakes her head. "THAT kind of talk, I have no problem with." She sighs. "You need a filter between your brain and your mouth, kid. Yours needs work. Leor's needs work. You sound more like Leor than you need to."
Debra Charron chuckles, "Well - I won't argue about Leor, but seriously.............boys your age are single-minded heat-seeking missiles who will collectively lie to their moms, their Pope and even their ball coaches if it means getting what they want. Don;t trust any male under 30, they all have exactly ONE thing in mind for you- and they won;t be staying around to help with "ever after" even in a dream" Deb chuckles, "That a declaritive statement or what?"
Jaina Lefevre looks from one to the other and takes a swallow of her coffee, staring into the cup. "Yeah, but you don't get it. It's only been Rai since we were little kids. And we don't want kids until we're like..really old. But we want to be together, soon as school is done."
Deets Carroll massages her forehead. "Jaina, hon, I know you have plans, it's you and Rai all the way. I hope it works out that way, but that's still a few years off, lots of things can happen.... but right now, you're a very cute young woman. And guys out there won't care much what you want. You need to avoid the wrong kind of attention."
Jaina Lefevre quirks a brow. "So, what? I wear a bag over my head, or a burka or something? I'm a good shot, I'm a good fighter...I'm not that little kid that the UAC grabbed. Not anymore." Yet she still has a (small) touch of the adolescent invulnerability.
Deets Carroll tries patiently to explain. "No, you're not that same kid. You've changed a lot. I'm sure you're a good fighter, but I don't care what you might think, you're not a GREAT fighter. Yo
100 Things About Me
1) I hate waiting in lines
2) I consider the future far more important than the past.
3) My family is my greatest blessing-- for decades I had one elusive wish now it is a nurtured flower.
4) I do not believe Brussels sprouts are really edible.
5) Roller coasters are only meant to be ridden by me with my own young children. As all four of mine are grown now, I will not do that again (my grandchildren have parents who can do that.)
6) I am a writer, at times prolific, always productive and periodically published. I have focused on facts for decades-- but I have always believed there was a novelist hidden inside me.
7) I do not like flying in small, single engine airplanes.
8) Tolerance is a virtue worthy of aspiration.
9) Prayer is so important it should be done several times each day even if just by momentary thought.
10) I learned to play chess at age three. I do not play often now, but I approach life's challenges with a chess player's determination.
11) I am a native of Cleveland, Ohio, but I consider Texas my home.
12) I desperately want my life to work, but how I gauge the results has evolved dramatically over time.
13) I applaud Dominicans for teaching me languages and math, but I lament their attempts to suppress my spirituality and leaving me with a huge dose of Catholic guilt.
14) Toughness is a virtue but harshness is a bitter sin.
15) Expending energy on anger drains the spirit, prolonging it wounds the soul.
16) You become family by birth or by acceptance and both are by the will of God.
17) A man is only as good as his word -- if that has no value than he has no worth.
18) Wishes and dreams do not equal goals and actions.
19) I spent decades learning that distrust is not an essential survival skill.
20) There comes a time when watches, calendars and hour glasses should not symbolize the future or the past. You just accept that time simply IS.
21) I learned from the Jesuits to pray for strength, and then with God's support, help myself.
22) I believe social predators should be judged by society and held accountable for the damage they cause.
23) I hope those who've known me longest feel their faith in my character was not misguided.
24) I enjoy being out in a good hurricane. It is in the darkness, the wind and the stinging rain that one can feel closest to God.
25) My spiritual and emotional growth in recent years has eclipsed the sum of my life's experiences.
26) I love my children and am proud of the adults they are. I believe each will find their own successes in time.
27) I believe God provides opportunities and if you follow your free will, you sometimes make the most of what is placed before you.
28) There are many differences between the beauty that exists around you and the beauty you embrace within your soul.
29) Pain is a temporary thing as long as you greet each day with hopefulness.
30) Great songs of the past take me to many happy places and then show their goodness in my here and now.
31) While I do think of those things that have not gone my way, I have learned that those things I can no longer change are beyond my control and must be left to the ages.
32) I do not remember my mother's voice.
33) The one thing I understand about my father is that he always knew he was not perfect.
34) I have learned to leave work at work, and enjoy home as a place where I find peace.
35) I intend to travel more, not for work but for me.
36) I believe politics is a necessary evil, but I think it could be more meaningfully pursued.
37) I believe journalists are important because they watch the world for those too busy living their lives.
38) I believe Moses and St. John the Apostle were journalists because their words survived their times and their observations are thought to represent an historic record of important events.
39) My life today is the most complete it has ever been.
40) The friends I have today are people I know I can legitimately depend upon and they know they can do the same.
41) I consider personal daylight as important as sufficient food or sleep.
42) I do not believe progress is dependent upon the young. I believe the mature can contribute much more than just their fading recollections or revisionist observations.
43) My family does not allow me to climb any ladders.
44) I love all six of my granddaughters. I believe I have a special, individual relationship with each one. I do however admit to hoping one day to see a boy among my children's offspring just so I can do a couple of guy things.
45) My vanity now drives me to get physically back to a condition I was in more than a decade ago.
46) I am determined to visit all 50 states before I die.
47) I do not believe in bucket lists. I am far older than I was when I learned what it was like to lose a parent, and so I treasure each day for the breath, the sound and the sights it brings me.
48) I do not work toward perfection, I simply try to be a decent person and if on a given day I fail, I will try again tomorrow.
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