The document shown here is part of the divorce settlement of a friend of mine who has children. It shows which of the two parents gets custody of the kids for important holidays. Please direct your attention to the last item on the list.

Sean, I think you ought to suggest this approach in future editions of “How To Grow An Orange”.


  1. HoyaSuxa
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