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I was just out of high school, when we decided to camp out along the Coal River one Friday night in early June just to see what we could catch. We didnít catch much but just being together and talking about what we might catch was memory enough. All we had was our fishing gear, some bait, an old kerosene lantern and some sleeping bags we finally climbed into about 3 am in the morning.
He left me with a thousand memories just like that I'll always cherish.
I've just got my 4th 'thank you' email.
Got to love technology.
In other news... the GF has announced that she doesn't want to see me until Thursday... tonight and tomorrow night I won't sleep (well at least) and Wednesday I'll sleep for like 13 hours.
This also means that we are not going to the GOP 'Victory Party' which she pointed out would be the 4th event we'd be dressing up to attend this week. So I should be back home around poll closing time here
I had never before laid cinder block so John came and helped me lay the corner stones for the foundation on our new addition. Together we built it and when we were done I knew how to lay block. I had never before built a chimney so John came around showed me how to lay brick for the fire place. I never offered him a penny for his work because John was the type that would never take it. Itís the kind of man he was.
Then over the past few weeks and months John showed me things about
Today I had to put down my 15 year old German Shorthair Pointer, Suzy. A rescue dog, I had her here for 11 years.
She was in my life longer than the ex-wife I bought her for, countless girlfriends, and a host of other people that might have been friends.
She was an excellent bird dog with great movement and flushing skills and a good nose. Up to the time the first shoot was fired. Then she reminded you just why she was a rescue dog. She could always find the car, and
Got it out of the way... a line at the election office, but hey, it was warm, in the '70's and dry.
Over and out of the way... and I can concentrate on my political tasks on Election Day.
Care to guess who I voted for?
Oh come on, guess!