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Old 10-31-2010, 08:53 PM
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HI guys!
How's it hanging? What's new with you all? Busy, slow, cold or what?
My news we took the baby trick or treating this evening he seemed to enjoy himself. Two weeks ago I got my acceptance letter into the Bachelor's program for nursing at NKU. Just trying to get this semester over with now.

And...... waiting for your input
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Well, we took the kids trick or treating last night. Also took them horseback riding yesterday thanks to the in-laws buying us gift certificates last year for Christmas. I have been quite busy work wise. Nothing new to report on that end.

I will be glad tomorrow (Nov 2nd) gets here! Perhaps all the telemarketers will stop calling!!!
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AMen to that BROTHER JOHN!!! I can't wait to get to stop deleting political calls from the voicemail. One of them woke the baby from a nap... needless to say I called the campaign office locally and let them hear my bit about their calls.
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We have been super busy at work. They aer worried that we will get to far behind and get really hammered by the christmas rush that churches hit us with every year. Also some great news, Dawn and I finally bought some acerage down outside Sand Gap Ky! It is only about 5-6 acres but is what we have been after. The guy took the Aztek as trade for the down payment. I wil be useing my Bronco to trailer it down to him this saturday. I now have a place to hunt when ever I want and we have a place to go on vacation and to retire to!
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Congrats Buck on the land! I remember you talking about getting some property down there. Now you've got it!
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Busy here. Work seems to be picking up. Haven't done much to either the truck or the bike. Need to get a front tire put on the truck. Sucks having to put air in every few days. I would Slime it, but not sure if it would help the cuts to the sidewall. Still need to get an exhaust system on it. Haven't made up my mind how I am going to do it, as in cat or no cat. Anyone have any experience with the magnaflow spun converters?
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Thanks John. We are loking forward to living down there in the future. It will be just a small place, just big enough for the two of us.
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