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Old 07-26-2012, 03:49 PM   #2956 (permalink)
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My niece s cooking dinner. She is just short of being as good a cook as my wife. I am a spoiled man when it comes to food.

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lucky man... we're having ziti tonight after I get home from Kickboxing... I kinda have a craving for a really good meatball hero... Used to get those all the time when I worked at Advance... I was spoiled with my food options there lol

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Old 07-26-2012, 05:02 PM   #2958 (permalink)
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I grilled out chicken, sitting out by the pool right now, my son and several others friends. this is a great thursday night. floats my boat.

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Old 07-26-2012, 05:24 PM   #2959 (permalink)
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Damn you all. haha I had microwave pasta slowly.

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Old 07-26-2012, 05:25 PM   #2960 (permalink)
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We are due to get rain all night! That floats my boat. It has been so dry here.

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Old 07-26-2012, 06:10 PM   #2961 (permalink)
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Out here we all day drizzle , I miss a good thunder storm like I'm used to in my home town in southern Ontario , but it's good summer sun now .....Floats my boat

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Old 07-26-2012, 07:06 PM   #2962 (permalink)
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Man, we got the summer lightning all night here. I had no idea what thunder really was until I moved to the south. Holy crap... I can never go to California "thunder". It is weak.

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we've had some nice NY Thunder here lately too, this year. I love the thunder that shakes in your chest- reminds me of going to Englishtown with my dad when I was a kid lol those top fuel cars shake you to your SOUL when they go past... goood times B)

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We had some good t-storms yesterday too....I like a good t-storm, especially when theres good lightening...

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Been a couple months since we had any good thunder, it's rare here anyway. But last time, it was shaking my apartment building. It was awesome, even if my dog didn't think so...

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Spagetti,, meatballs,,breadsticks,,broccoli w cheese, all from scratch tonight.

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Spagetti,, meatballs,,breadsticks,,broccoli w cheese, all from scratch tonight.
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Jealous...lol Kraft Mac n cheese for dinner earlier.

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I changed out my hids tonight. I nearly hit someone last night walking along the side of the road because the beam pattern off to the right side was crap. So I got a couple new halogen lights today at work. The boat floating part was that my six year old sister wanted to help bubba. She is doing physical therapy right now for her arm that was broken, so I thought it would be a good activity for the fine motor skills in that arm, turning the screws to unbolt the lights and the fan shroud to get the relay harness out, and turning the ratchet to work out her elbow and wrist. Not to mention the whole bonding thing with her. It was great. She loved doing it. She also wanted to check all of the fluids while we were under there, and help me wipe down the engine bay. She had a bunch of questions about how the stuff works too. It was a lot of fun.

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I changed out my hids tonight. I nearly hit someone last night walking along the side of the road because the beam pattern off to the right side was crap. So I got a couple new halogen lights today at work. The boat floating part was that my six year old sister wanted to help bubba. She is doing physical therapy right now for her arm that was broken, so I thought it would be a good activity for the fine motor skills in that arm, turning the screws to unbolt the lights and the fan shroud to get the relay harness out, and turning the ratchet to work out her elbow and wrist. Not to mention the whole bonding thing with her. It was great. She loved doing it. She also wanted to check all of the fluids while we were under there, and help me wipe down the engine bay. She had a bunch of questions about how the stuff works too. It was a lot of fun.

Now THATS a REAL boat-floater!!!

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