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FENNER2

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Apr 21, 2018
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What happens if he wears the sneakers?
Nothing and I would say 15 out of 40 kids wore sneakers tonight. It was a 25 minute ceremony. It was nice but sneakers did not ruin the ceremony.
 

FENNER2

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Apr 21, 2018
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Oh and he decided to wear a pair of his Dad's dress shoes, they looked good. He had a polo shirt on and looked as miserable as 35 of the other hormonal pre teens who ean
 
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MissCris

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Two years ago, I decided I needed a little patio in the middle of the vegetable garden. I happened to have a mountain of cinder blocks (you can see them back there a little ways behind the patio) and a lot of time on my hands, and before too long, I had (mostly) leveled a spot and started throwing the blocks down and setting them. Last year, I added little walls to the corners and built a thing (I don't know what to call it) to create some shade, and painted, and planted things, and it was quite nice-

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Last fall, I dismantled the shade...thing...and turned it into window trim and porch railing.

Yesterday, I gave that spot away. My husband's Father's Day gift (for the next 20 years...) is a 12x16 shed where he can do his various hobbies. It's nice, it looks like a miniature old western saloon, with a porch and everything. He's going to set it up to run everything on solar power, which means the original spot we wanted to put it (in the middle of a bunch of trees) won't work. Apparently solar power requires sun light...go figure. So! I thought it over a while, told him the sunniest spot in the whole yard is right exactly where my patio is.

He said "Yes, but your patio is there."

I said, "Yes! But it can be moved."

He looked at me like I was crazy, and I can't argue that, and now I'll be spending a few days moving all the cinder blocks over to a shady spot off to the left of where this photo was taken.

And then we both win! I won't have to try to build shade, because I'll have trees, and he won't have to dig a trench and run cables from his shed to his solar panels because he'll have no trees. And if I don't think about the amount of spiders that are probably living inside the cinder blocks, everyone will be happy. Yay!
 

Lynx

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Aug 13, 2014
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One word: Fumigate!

Two words: Bug bomb!

Three words: Gas them spiders!

Four words: Hose them dudes down!

Five words: Kill them before you go in!
 
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MissCris

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My son just randomly informed me that we have to stop drinking tea, because the more tea we drink, the more control the British have over Americans.

:unsure:
 

tourist

Senior Member
Mar 13, 2014
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My son just randomly informed me that we have to stop drinking tea, because the more tea we drink, the more control the British have over Americans.

:unsure:
He must be studying about the Boston Tea party in school. Somethin' about taxation without representation.
 

tourist

Senior Member
Mar 13, 2014
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Two years ago, I decided I needed a little patio in the middle of the vegetable garden. I happened to have a mountain of cinder blocks (you can see them back there a little ways behind the patio) and a lot of time on my hands, and before too long, I had (mostly) leveled a spot and started throwing the blocks down and setting them. Last year, I added little walls to the corners and built a thing (I don't know what to call it) to create some shade, and painted, and planted things, and it was quite nice-

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Last fall, I dismantled the shade...thing...and turned it into window trim and porch railing.

Yesterday, I gave that spot away. My husband's Father's Day gift (for the next 20 years...) is a 12x16 shed where he can do his various hobbies. It's nice, it looks like a miniature old western saloon, with a porch and everything. He's going to set it up to run everything on solar power, which means the original spot we wanted to put it (in the middle of a bunch of trees) won't work. Apparently solar power requires sun light...go figure. So! I thought it over a while, told him the sunniest spot in the whole yard is right exactly where my patio is.

He said "Yes, but your patio is there."

I said, "Yes! But it can be moved."

He looked at me like I was crazy, and I can't argue that, and now I'll be spending a few days moving all the cinder blocks over to a shady spot off to the left of where this photo was taken.

And then we both win! I won't have to try to build shade, because I'll have trees, and he won't have to dig a trench and run cables from his shed to his solar panels because he'll have no trees. And if I don't think about the amount of spiders that are probably living inside the cinder blocks, everyone will be happy. Yay!
That's quite the Shangri-La you got going there.
 

zeroturbulence

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Aug 2, 2009
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My candidate lost last night :( Now we will either get an absolute horrible dem worse than the governor we already have, or a RINO who actually ran as a dem in chicago. Oh the humanity! :mad:
 

FENNER2

Junior Member
Apr 21, 2018
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My candidate lost last night :( Now we will either get an absolute horrible dem worse than the governor we already have, or a RINO who actually ran as a dem in chicago. Oh the humanity! :mad:
Sorry, I live in the Democratic belt of the world, I feel your pain .
 

zeroturbulence

Senior Member
Aug 2, 2009
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Sorry, I live in the Democratic belt of the world, I feel your pain .
Well at least they successfully recalled the senator here who was the deciding vote in passing the $52 billion dollar gas tax. :) Also, the judge who gave a super-lenient sentence to that college kid who raped a drunk college girl at a party got recalled too.
 
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LittleMermaid

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I just got a trophy on here. Yay! I am seriously likable...apparently.
 

melita916

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Aug 12, 2011
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we bought a mic for my violin. we're gonna try it out tomorrow for service.

i'm excited. what we've been doing is putting a mic stand next to me for the violin, but i sway when i play, which i'm sure makes our sound guy frustrated lol.
 
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toinena

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we bought a mic for my violin. we're gonna try it out tomorrow for service.

i'm excited. what we've been doing is putting a mic stand next to me for the violin, but i sway when i play, which i'm sure makes our sound guy frustrated lol.
I think you have been swaying your way through worship on purpose, just to get that new mic ;-)