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    Well it looks like quite a few of us are here... good morning to you all.

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    May as well be the first. Good morning Bart!
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    Good morning back atchya!
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    Good Morning Bart!

    So far this morning, I've vacuumed, we took apart our bed frame and moved the bed, taken the garbage out and looked at my Grizz catalogue.

    What about you?
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    And there.

    I just finished catching up on a little work work. Been at it since 4:00am. (About 6 hours, not bad). And now, I am going to try and pry my lethargic self out of this chair and go play in the garage for a while... After I walk the dogs of course...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynthia White View Post
    Good Morning Bart!

    So far this morning, I've vacuumed, we took apart our bed frame and moved the bed, taken the garbage out and looked at my Grizz catalogue.

    What about you?
    Well I bet it took longer to look at the Grizz catalog than it did to vacuumed, take the bed & frame apart and move the bed, & take the garbage out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    After I walk the dogs of course...
    You really need to invest in self walking dogs. So much easier.

    Well so far, I have been in the attic. Going to add another layer up there (house) starting to level out and just not enough. Then we had a quick but mean storm roll through. Lights were off for about 2 hours. Here it is, 1 PM and done feel like I have gotten stuff done, even with the power failure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart Leetch View Post
    Well I bet it took longer to look at the Grizz catalog than it did to vacuumed, take the bed & frame apart and move the bed, & take the garbage out.
    Bart, are you spying on me? Or do you have ESP?
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    [QUOTE=Steve Southwood;279382]You really need to invest in self walking dogs. So much easier.

    he has no land to let them run around and be free.

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    Bart been to Memphis to pick up our son and then had to go pick up the grand dauther so there went 5 hrs. They just left to go to the movies, so it's nice and quite around here. Shop time for me.

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