Wednesday, August 1, 2007

The good old days... I like now better, but still...

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I got my drivers license at the young age of 21. Then I drove a lot for 4 months and eventually drove into an 18 wheeler. Then I didn't drive at all for about 18 months. So that's the background. Me and R2 ran the roads. We were unstoppable. That kid would sleep anywhere, go anywhere. Eat whatever. For 6 years this went on. Maybe I got a little cocky. Maybe it went to my head a little.
I would write more but I only have two hours, maybe 3 before Toby has to be napping in his own bed. CAN I... buy groceries at Walmart, go to the bank, Office Depot and maybe Old Navy?? We shall see.

(God: MUAHAHAHAHA)

18 comments:

  1. OOH OOH!

    I'M FRIST.

    =)

    CONGRATULATIONS BOBBY!

    AND JESS, YOU CAN DO IT! I'M BELIEVING IN YOU!

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  2. The problem here is that you have low expectations for yourself.

    “2 or 3 hours . . .Walmart, go to the bank, Office Depot and maybe Old Navy”

    You should also be able to hit the library, Target, fill-up the gas tank, and get me a birthday gift.

    Low expectations I say!

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  3. Ya, I'm quite familiar with the list of desired accomplishments getting shortened.. it takes getting used to. Well, I'm still not used to it. Just keeps the possession of hope going on different days. ha ha

    It sure is nice when things go so smoothly; what a rare jewel. Yet the refining is a treasure too.

    One thing that keeps Keith content is his intriguement of all the new things in the story going by, and also smiling back at *some* people. When his stroller or the cart is still for too long, while I decide on something, he gets restless. I then quickly decide. He usually is then quiet & observant once again watching things go by. : D

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  4. purchase bd card for me, too
    why not for everyone
    yeah, buy bd cards for all on the blog
    Yahoo!!!!!!!!

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  5. RE: Jessica’s “Get a Mac” comment yesterday?

    So, Jess, are you saying that Macs are exempt from the possibility of issues due to a power loss while in use?

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  6. i'm here
    sometimes
    i cannot think of anything to say
    so there

    but i'm here - off & on

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  7. good photo of Keith's owie
    that's a pretty good owie for a first owie

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  8. not that i was unhappy b4


    :-)

    just a nice song for a rainy day

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  9. i'm singing in the rain
    i'm singing in the rain
    what a glorious feeling
    i'm happy again

    da da dada

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  10. You're so adversarial these days, roo....

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  11. adverCITY

    that place where everything seems to be coming against you

    either that... or it's a store where all there is..... is advertissments!!!

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  12. I'm just playing with the adversarial stuff. Just trying to make funnies.

    I'm still just a softy.

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  13. eating some beef jerky now with a sleeping Brynn right beside me... life is good.

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  14. At least one of you will....

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  15. Really, that sounds nice have princess Brynn sleeping and beef jerky. It feels so peaceful to look at your sleeping baby.

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