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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    Back to work after a week off!
    Emails!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    This.

    "Select All, Mark As Read." If they were important, they'll send it again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    This.

    "Select All, Mark As Read." If they were important, they'll send it again.
    Sort by boss first, than customer, I'll get the rest after I get onto BGP.

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    Last night I had a 14oz. grilled veal chop, a double portion of sauteed spinach covered with blue cheese (in lieu of a potato), and grilled asparagus. Villa Bellini in Clearwater, Fla.

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    Drive to Grayson get my hotel room and then head to West Carter to watch some football.

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    Dropping the car at the dealership for an oil change and service, then who knows.

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    Holding a moving sale in Nicholasville.

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    Heading to Raceland high school to watch three games today/tonight.

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    Jumping in the pool in 5 minutes for about 2000 yards, 7 mile run, yoga, brunch, farmer's market, grocery, rest, mass, grill, beer, and sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    Jumping in the pool in 5 minutes for about 2000 yards, 7 mile run, yoga, brunch, farmer's market, grocery, rest, mass, grill, beer, and sleep.
    You should really consider a more active lifestyle...

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    Currently sitting in my CCDW class watching what has to be the most boring video known to man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    You should really consider a more active lifestyle...
    Turning lazy. Didn't have time so I only did 1700 in the pool (hard effort) and a 6 mile run. Just some advanced stretching now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsrider View Post
    Currently sitting in my CCDW class watching what has to be the most boring video known to man.
    I need to take mine.

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    I walked a mile with the dogs this morning about 7am. It was not too bad, temperature wise, and there was a nice breeze. Met abother dog owner who's an early bird. That was nice. I went to the grocery, came home and put all that away. Not sure what I'm going to do with my day. Right now I'm contemplating life. If you heard about the plane crash in Lynchburg, the pilot was the father of a friend. Feeling unsettled today, and feeling out of sorts.

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    Just finished 2 cups of coffee…. now making chocolate chip cookies, enjoying nonsense TV and talking about life with one of the college kiddos.

    At some point laundry, grocery, cook something fun for dinner, find the middle schoolers back pack and wash it and make sure we’ve got all the school supplies.

    And later, later, see Suicide Squad and out for a drink with Mr. PV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmom View Post
    I walked a mile with the dogs this morning about 7am. It was not too bad, temperature wise, and there was a nice breeze. Met abother dog owner who's an early bird. That was nice. I went to the grocery, came home and put all that away. Not sure what I'm going to do with my day. Right now I'm contemplating life. If you heard about the plane crash in Lynchburg, the pilot was the father of a friend. Feeling unsettled today, and feeling out of sorts.
    Turns out her father owned the plane, but her father's best friend was piloting it. The others killed apparently were a family from Shelbyville, IN including 2 teens, and a teen from Berlin. So tragic.

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