Daily Greeting

#261

I’m kinda looking forward to it. Thing is, haven’t told the boss yet. She’ll be cool. I know. Just surprised I think.

#262

Sometimes a man’s gotta do man stuff… I used to say that as an excuse for my drinking…

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#263

Yeah, hell she’s going on a girly trip to Budapest at Christmas

#264

Good morning? Stay strong. Stay the course.

#265

Good morning!

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#266

Good afternoon.

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#267

I hope you all had an enjoyable weekend…

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#268

Yes sir. Thank you! The band hosted an open mic last night, and today I’ve dropped a ceiling in my house. Intentional. So the boss is happy that I’m actually working on my house, not someone else’s for a change :joy:
How about yourself?

#269

Good morning TS

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#270

Busy in a relaxing sorta way. Movies with the family yestersay, baseball saturday, again after the movie yesterday, a little catch with the kids. They think I do that for them, its actually for me to relive the glory days, yet I dont rememeber all this pain in them days. Between the excercise challenge and ball with the kids, Im feeling every one of my years plus a few… Good for you on the happy wife and house stuff, knights of the round table, here you come…:+1:t2::+1:t2:

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#271

She told me she has been told by friends that she doesn’t nag enough. I said did you tell them that’s the reason I love you😂

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#272

Afternoon :grinning:

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#273

Goid morning? Stay strong. Stay the course.

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#274

Hello there sir. have a grand day won’t yer now!

#275

I hope to, although I’ll be digging holes and mixing cement so its not promising…hows yours been?

#276

Digging holes and breaking hardcore up. So bout as good as yours will be by the end. Ha who needs the gym :grinning:

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#277

Good morning! Now I feel like I should dig some holes today too

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#278

S’okay Tom, you go sit in your office, look out the window over the river!:joy::joy::joy:

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#279

Maybe you could smash holes in the walls…:grin:

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#280

That sounds fun man! And it just brought back a memory. My little brother’s first car was a used yellow Mustang. But it was when mustang was putting out really bad cars and it was a pile of junk - gave us years of frustration. When the car finally died after years of trouble, my dad (who is a helluva great dad) took my brother and the mustang out into the cornfield with baseball bats and golf clubs. They wailed on it for a couple hours - then called the tow truck. @funnydad @Geo

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