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Good Afternoon & Happy Saturday.
A good day is being had by Team #VernonJ.
I got it for 20% off, it already got a hole, but I used the repair patch included.
Got me this sweet little deal for about $7.
The word of the day is xyst which is a garden walk planted with trees.
Going to a party at Six.
What do you have going on?
An intellectual is someone whose mind watches itself. I am happy to be both halves, the watcher and the watched.
Albert Camus (1913–1960), French-Algerian philosopher, author. Notebooks (1935-42) (1962).
We’re a two apron household.
Good Morning & Happy Friday.
That’s how we roll at 11101.
Today is Friday 05/30/V3.4 & it is
Dawn’s Birthday. Happy Birthday Dawn. tomorrow is Dawn’s Birthday
So far this day is going great. I had bacon this morning. I’m also having bacon on my sammich for lunch.
I have to work until about 1345 today. It would be 1315. But Frank days we have to take lunch. So that give me about two hours off before I go Dunkin’ Donuts.
What to do this weekend?
Have plans with ‘the Mormans’ tomorrow. Me & my roommate Tina was talking about that. NOT Beth. Beth is a server at Crescent Moon & we have the same Birthday Sarah.
Other than that I don’t have any firm plans, if you want to do something. Let me know.
The word of the day is penultimate which is the next to last. Like today for May.
Have a fantastic weekend.
Experience is a good teacher, but she sends in terrific bills.
Minna Antrim (b. 1861), U.S. epigrammist. Naked Truth and Veiled Allusions, p. 99 (1901).
Oh the times we shall have.
Good Morning & Happy Thursday.
I forgot we have or team outing today. Count 2 hours at Buffalo Wild Wings as paid time. Thanks Frank.
The word of the day is hokum which is out-and-out nonsense.
That’ll leave me 6.68 hours of work for tomorrow. I wish I would’ve remembered this.
What are you doing for lunch today?
A person taking stock in middle age is like an artist or composer looking at an unfinished work; but whereas the composer and the painter can erase some of their past efforts, we cannot. We are stuck with what we have lived through. The trick is to finish it with a sense of design and a flourish rather than to patch up the holes or merely to add new patches to it.
Harry S. Broudy
Harry S. Broudy (b. 1905), Polish–born U.S. educator. “Education for Leisure,” Paradox and Promise: Essays on American Life and Education, Prentice-Hall (1961).
Well it’s #0529. I’m planning (& doing) pool & #laundry. But I do have time to marry you. #JustSayin. 5 years, I think it is time. #RightTimeRightSmile
I’m thinking about tonight?
Good Morning & Happy Wednesday.
That’s is the lyric that was in my head today. I don’t know why. NOT expecting anything fun tonight, just gotta work.
Today is Wednesday 05/28/V3.4 & it is Rachel’s Birthday.
I totally just made up that fact.
Well I did something new at work today. Did a chargeback for 472.
The word of the day is meliorism which is the doctrine that the world may be made better by human effort.
How’d your day?
The end will come quickly, my love. There is a pain beyond pain, an agony so intense it shocks the mind into instant oblivion. We’ll find immortality together, for they’ll remember me through you.
Crane Wilbur (1889–1973), U.S. screenwriter. Andre de Toth. Henry Jarrod (Vincent Price), House of Wax, as he proposes to turn Sue Allen into a wax figure (1953).
From a story by Charles Belden.