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Old 01-16-2019, 02:30 PM
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I'm going to a meeting with my wife to discuss potential changes to Justin's living accommodations. She's working from home so I may run out to the grocery store and try to beat the impending snow storm rush.

Otherwise, I'm looking around the area for retirement living options for my mom.
Married to Kelly, 6/19/1999
SAHD since August, 2004
Father to Justin, 2/27/2004
Father to Joseph, 3/11/2007
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Old 01-16-2019, 03:22 PM
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Getting the oil changed and tires rotated this morning. I was asked to leave the car overnight because they were very busy and not sure how long it would take to do the work. It was done by 9:00AM. WTF?! at least it is done early. Would have rather waited for it this morning.

My niece, who has been living with us for a month or so, my daughter and I are going to look at some pet friendly apartments this afternoon. I guess there is a glut of them right now. Many are giving very nice incentives. We shall see.
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Old 01-16-2019, 09:13 PM
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School was a beotch.
I let her go on her own the first day of the new semester and she bombed.
I got yelled at. So now I'm 100% slowing her down, go back and check your answer be you click "submit answer" always asking - "are you sure?"
Today the finale was 2 paragraphs typed on the pc in a forum. Hit the button and "you get what you deserve."
In other news, last night, after failing 3 previous clear nights since Christmas, I programmed the telescope properly and was able to tour the cosmos until I got clouded out around 9:30. I saw Mars, and showed it Pippa so she could tell her friends, and a few Messier objects and lastly checked out the 1/4 moon under low and high magnification.
My brainwaves are so strong, doctors study them.
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