By TAYLOR BLEIERNAPHA and ROBERT WYNNSAPPENThe first time I saw them was during a game of pool.
I was 10 years old, and the other boys were 10.
The game went on for a while, and one of the boys had a towel around his neck.
He said, ‘This towel is going to be the one we use to wash up afterward.’
I thought it was just a coincidence that that towel was the one I was going to use.
I didn’t realize they were going to keep that towel for a very long time.
The next morning, I saw the towel hanging in a box in the back of the house.
I started asking my dad if I could get it, and he said, “Don’t ask me, just let me have it.”
It was pretty amazing, because he just didn’t have a clue about what he was doing.
The towel became the first thing I owned.
The first time that I saw this little guy I knew, I was 12 years old.
When I saw him again a couple of years later, he was so different than he was when I first saw him.
I knew him from the pool, so I knew he was going into the game.
I’ve been living with him for the last 10 years, and it’s just crazy.
I have no idea how I survived that.
He was a really, really good friend, and when he passed away I saw it was his family that were keeping him.
So, to me, this is the perfect time to bring him back to the game and give him the chance to make an impact in the game, just like he did with the other children.
I just think that’s really important.
What I’ve always tried to do is put the family first.
It’s a family thing, but when it comes to the team, the team has to be there for everyone.
And he was the first one who stepped up, and I think that it will be just as much for him.
If he can help bring a lot of good to this team, he can do it.
And we hope he can be a part of that.
It just goes to show that no matter who you are, whether you’re a father or a grandfather, whether it’s a brother or a sister, or whether you’ve never had kids, you can always go to the best game in the world and make an immediate impact on the team.
It makes the day easier.