Made Andy's Last Field day for schools yesterday never missed 1 in 6 years (K-5) even when I had to have helped making to around to each event.
These are the thing you worrier about missing is your life is cut short
We went to the pool today while Karen was in the Gym I had a fall laid there couldn't for a had hear a sweet voice ask if was OK or need help. Opened my eyes only to be looking down the swim suite of a very nice looking women.
A friend came over help me get to a chair and said you should have acted like you couldn't breath and she might have done mouth to mouth.
Take it easy and slow down a wee bit......
You've got nothin to prove, at least to this crowd...
Dogs are howling at me to get my a$$ up the mountain with them....
'sposed to be sunny and about 25 today......that'll be a switch from Phoenix...
"The quality you deserve is not expensive---it's priceless"
My Dad always had a roll of the green military stuff.....was like iron.....I think thats' where it got it's nickname of '100 mile an hour tape' from.....it'd hold rusty fenders on a car up to 100 mph....
D'ya think they even know WTF a Timmies is? They drink this metrasexual Starsucks stuff down here......I'm gettin in touch with my feminine side drinking this girly coffee stuff.....and it ain't cheap either.....
Which wholesaler had the magazine? Was it a Contracting Canada magazine?
It was Contracting Canada. Looked like you were balancing on something with a set of digi-cools hooked up to what looked like a walk in. I forget if it was Benn Air or Totaline that had it. I think I first saw it when I dropped in to 787's JTAC center to ask about night schooling.
I could use a roll of the mil spec stuff. Cover up the rust on my green car!
Funny story about Starsucks. My dad took me fishing as a teen with some of his buddies. It was river fishing for salmon in a spot that was dead, at night. I got bored and offered to do a coffee run since I wanted a drink. One of his buddies said "go to that starbucks and get me a hot chocolate." So I get there and I ask for a large hot chocolate and the server said something in French. "Sure" I replied. So he makes it and puts a huge lid on it. It cost like 13 bucks but there wasn't a Tims around. So I give it to my dads buddy and he looked at it and said "What the all I wanted was a hot chocolate! This thing has a cake on it! I need a fork and knife just to drink this!"
Apparently theres a large drink at Starbucks that has the same calories as a supersized big mac meal at McD's. It reminds me of the song "Underwear goes inside the pants." Theres a line in about there being an obesity epidemic:
They say we're in the middle of an obesity epidemic.
An epidemic like it is polio. Like we'll be telling our grand kids about it one day.
The Great Obesity Epidemic of 2004.
"How'd you get through it grandpa?"
"Oh, it was horrible Johnny, there was cheesecake and pork chops everywhere."
Will do, Ray. The events of sheer and utter desolation have greatly decreased, as I am strengthened by God and encouraged by friends. There is a large number of conflicting emotions and thoughts swirling about that will settle out and and fade with time, leaving only the good things.
Work is starting to heat up here, and focusing on the jobs will serve as a welcome distraction.
Good morning, Bret and everyone, and I wish all a grateful Memorial Day.
[Avatar photo from a Florida training accident. Everyone walked away.] 2 Tim 3:16-17