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Old 07-29-2005, 12:59 AM   #7101
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ummm....i like those disney tunes...
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Old 07-29-2005, 01:00 AM   #7102
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but you can change the music...i'm off to bed - 'night, all!

See ya tomorrow
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Old 07-29-2005, 01:06 AM   #7103
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I like them TOO! But..... but.... but...... *sigh* I guess I should go to sleep also.
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Old 07-29-2005, 01:16 AM   #7104
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hi! what'd you guys do today?
i went shopping and got this bracelet and a potato ricer and a book and wine glasses/highball glasses and some salt and pepper shakers and a multi-pastel-striped ski cap, too. it's so cute.
i have the hat on right now. i'm freezing and it keeps me warmer.
other than that it was a kind of boring day.
Luvs, I had a busy day at work. Started the work day at 7:00 am. First I worked on a fire variance request from a contractor. Than I drove to Truckee, CA to have a CB and celluar phone installed in vehicle. After that I went out to the Pearl Timber Sale and inspected their safety signs and road maintenance. Then I went to lunch with my coworkers. Went back to the ranger station and finished typing the fire variance document. Drove back to Truckee to pick up the vehicle. Went back out to the Pearl TS to find a place to park the fuel truck. Got in an argument, I mean discussion, with the contractor. Set up a meeting with another contractor for 7:30 am tomorrow. Did some more paperwork and went home at 6:00 pm.

It was a good day. I love days that I am busy like this. I would rather be busy than have a slow and dull day.

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Old 07-29-2005, 01:20 AM   #7105
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sounds like a fun day, luvs! does the hat have pink in it???
how'd you guess, lol?
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Old 07-29-2005, 01:27 AM   #7106
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Luvs, I had a busy day at work. Started the work day at 7:00 am. First I worked on a fire variance request from a contractor. Than I drove to Truckee, CA to have a CB and celluar phone installed in vehicle. After that I went out to the Pearl Timber Sale and inspected their safety signs and road maintenance. Then I went to lunch with my coworkers. Went back to the ranger station and finished typing the fire variance document. Drove back to Truckee to pick up the vehicle. Went back out to the Pearl TS to find a place to park the fuel truck. Got in an argument, I mean discussion, with the contractor. Set up a meeting with another contractor for 7:30 am tomorrow. Did some more paperwork and went home at 6:00 pm.

It was a good day. I love days that I am busy like this. I would rather be busy than have a slow and dull day.

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sounds like a good day! i can't wait to get my 1st job so i can keep busy.
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Old 07-29-2005, 01:28 AM   #7107
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Promised myself I'd practice two hours tonight...Taking the one hour break. It's still hot here and I'm all puffy and...well...sweaty!
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Old 07-29-2005, 10:18 AM   #7108
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Morning all! Here's 2 loaves of fresh banana nut bread & some cinnamon honey butter.
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Old 07-29-2005, 11:11 AM   #7109
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morning guys.
*turning on coffee*
*grabbing a slice of
banana bread with the
cinnamon honey butter*

mmmmmmm so good !!!
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Thanks, Crewsk! Deeelicious.
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