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I eat the ears, head, and tail, then the body. We're all doing well, and had a nice Easter with my parents and grandmother. Hi TBFOF! and thank you.

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No news from Memphis at the moment. This coming Saturday I will be in Miami for a week.

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I eat the ears, head, and tail, then the body. We're all doing well, and had a nice Easter with my parents and grandmother. Hi TBFOF! and thank you.

 

 

LOL!!! The ears go first for most people. I apologise for the late response, but I was camping in Death Valley, and one of the electric poles went down in the mountains. We had absolutely no electric and attempting to get a reply on HampsterDance was impossible. What I ended up doing, was turning my telephone off. There will be some images posted in the next few days.

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Dear everyone,

 

gyuvfg b vcg s nkmm mjkn h tugj bv y, '

/.,mn yp;'./ /...........

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ll.,l ,m,m,km,,1

Sincerely, MacKenzie

 

WOW!!! Quite the typist. She is taking after her mother as a novelist.

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Checking in :)

 

I just watched Mortified Nation and every episode of The Mortified Guide. This lead me to dig through my old journals and letters. Which reminded me to check through old blogs and message boards! Im really getting my dose of nostalgia.

 

Horatio, I just wanted to say thanks for always having something positive to say. Growing up is tough and awkward, but you always had so much encouragement to share. I really appreciate that.

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Wildcat!!!!! Hooray! How wonderful to see you again. I am so happy that you decided to pop back in. Would you please make sure your email address is updated?

 

What are you doing now? How is your life? What is going on?

 

Thank you so very much for your post. I really appreciate hearing those words. You are such a wonderful person, with a fantastic life in front of you. The road of life will not always be easy, but if you can look back and have no regrets, that you lived you life the best that you could, then you will be a success. Please, make sure that you do not chase money. Money will not make you happy. Instead, please do what makes you happy and you will never work a day in your life.

 

And... please stay in touch with us.

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hello!

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MacKenzie! post-5155-0-92018500-1528781694_thumb.jpg

 

She loves her water. I'm great! Sean and I are profiting with our graphics business and streaming on twitch! And we are loving this little angel, learning all sorts of new fun things. <3

 

Today her favorite word was "no". It starts.

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Terrific, all this wonderful news! MacKenzie is getting so big. Oh my! I met a little two year old boy, who did not say "no", but he said "no, thank you". I could not help but smile and chuckle. Everything was "no, thank you". It was so cute. Yes, both parents and children go through the learning process. Plus now parents learn how to see things in a much different point of view.

 

The news of your graphics business profiting, is exciting. I am so happy to hear this. You will have to give me your name on Twitch. I would love to see what you are up to.

 

At the moment, I am driving another truck full of furniture across country. With a twenty-six foot truck, you can not just pull over anywhere. That can get frustrating. Especially when I would like a cup of Dunkin Donuts coffee.

 

I will keep you posted on more of my trip. Please keep me posted on everything with you all.

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it's the same as my insta, which, conveniently enough, you're following (or I'm following you?) yes please keep me updated on your travels, and drive safe!

 

mackenzie is such a ham. she's learned to climb into the bathroom sink. she's learned to mimic jumping jacks, sneezes, "all gone" and is entering the beautiful stage of emergent literacy, meaning she knows those marks mean something, points to them and babbles, and then looks at the picture and babbles about that. yesterday she was saying something specific that I'm pretty sure was "play with mommy". my heart melted <3

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When MacKenzie is a teenager, and driving you crazy, I am going to send this post to you. Let us see if your heart melts all over again. LOL! I just love listening to little children babble. You always wonder what is running though their little minds. Play with mommy, how wonderful. Keep that in mind for the future.

 

After the trek across country, I had picked up this horrendous sore throat, cold type of bug. It was awful. I would love to give it back to the person who gave it to me.

 

Just two more cross country trips to accomplish. I am ready to have all of the furniture moving over. That will be very nice.

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happy fourth!!

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Hey guys,

 

Was randomly thinking about you all today! I'm all grown up and married, with my masters degree in special education. Moving near Jacksonville, FL next weekend from Boston! Is there some better way we can keep in touch?

 

Trisha

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HOOOOOOOOOPPPPPPPPSSSSS!!! I always love seeing you!

 

Oh my goodness. Married, two degrees and you will be down here in Florida, only a few hours from me. Yes, there is a better way you and I can keep in touch. My email is: darker52843@mypacks.net. I do not like Facebook due to their policies. They do not protect user's information, no matter what they say. When the founder/CEO does not want anyone invading his privacy, but exploits his users, and sells their information for his financial gain, then I avoid the Would you please make sure that your email is updated here? That would be terrific. You will love not having to deal with snow and ice during the winter. The first summer might be a little bit humid for you, but you will get quite acclimated to the summer humidity quite fast. Welcome back.

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hi Hoops!!! Florida is a great place! You'll love it here!!!

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darn and I wanted a bit of action for once XD

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I like hurricane season lol *shrug* I don't want too much devastation and of course nobody to get hurt, but the storms are fascinating.

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she turns 2 in five days

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Happy Halloween - Kat - !!!

 

I am sorry to hear that you will be working. Hopefully, Topazia will show photographs of 'our' little girl, all dressed up in her costume.

 

We do not get trick-or-treaters because our street is to much work for kids unless they are driven by their parents. Houses are only on one side of the street, so it makes it hard work for so little candy. Just in case we do get some kids, I have a bunch of bags of candy, so I will load the bags of any kids who do stop by.

 

Your work anniversary is about to arrive. How fantastic. In just a short time, you will be at five years. That will be incredible.

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Today was my three-year work anniversary! Wish it had been a better day, very long and a lot of grumpy people. But I still love my coworkers and my station, so I can't complain. :D

 

I also had a photography lesson this morning! I got to learn how to use polarizing lens and shot some gorgeous fall foliage at a park I didn't know existed that's only about 15 minutes from me! And we saw some ducks and a bunch of dogs, which is always a plus~

 

I hope everyone had a fun Halloween! We never get any kids down our street at all so we didn't even buy any candy. Now that it's all on sale, though...

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- Kat -, congratulations on your three year work anniversary!!! Five years will be here before you know it.

 

Please post images of your photography! We love to see fall foliage, ducks, dogs and whatever you photograph!

 

Like you, we never get any kids, but I bought candy, just in case. And I buy only the candy that I like so that if no one shows up, I can have a candy overload. Of course, not one kid appeared, so I had one piece of candy, then two, then three... until my stomach had too much. I regretted the decision the day after.

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When a hurricane went through, a tree landed on our pool screen enclosure. We decided that we did not like the pool so much, and were tired of dealing with it. So, when the pool screen enclosure had to be replaced, we decided to turn out pool into a frog spa and leave the pool screen off. We had a lot, and I do mean a lot of tree frogs. In the pool, there were zillions and zillions of eggs, that turned into zillions and zillions of tadpoles, which turned into zillions and zillions of little tree frogs. They are all over the place. I just love these little guys. I have attached a photograph of one of these cute little frogs.

 

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You need to click on the image to see a much larger version of him. He is really a cute frog.

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What a cutie!! When it's warm up here, we get some little frogs on our porch when it's humid enough of if it's rained. They're such chill little friends~

 

Let me remember how to post photos and I'll add some of my favorites I've taken so far! I'm going to talk with my teacher sometime before Christmas about editing again since I still have questions after our first session about it and I'll turn this into a kind of before-and-after from before editing and after I decide what I should do with them XD

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Figured it out :D Here are some of the ones I like most from both my lessons and random shooting I've done on my own!

 

WOW!!!

 

You have some phenomenally fantastic images! I really love them. I think one of my favourites is the dog tags. You are really taking some terrific photographs. Thank you so very much for posting these images.

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WHOO HOOOOOOOO!!!!!

 

- KAT -

I know exactly what you should give people for Christmas, one of your photographs!!! They would love them!

Yes, I was at the mall, but not to go Chrismas shopping. It was to stop in at the Apple Store. There are two Apple Stores in the Orlando area. One is beyond bizarrely insane, the other is just a little bit less than that. The Millenia Mall has so many people in the Apple Store that a can of sardines had more room between each fish, then people had in the store. When I escaped and wandered upstairs in the mall, I walked past the Microsoft Store, there were only two customers in the store. The Microsoft employees were just standing around talking to each other or playing with their mobile phones. That was quite a statement.

 

Also... would you please go up to the upper right side of this topic and click on the "Follow this topic" button?

Your photographs were absolutely phenomenal and now that you finally return, it seems like ages since you posted them.

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Today it was so very cold in Florida. When I woke up, it was six degrees Centigrade which is about the same as forty-three degrees Fahrenheit. For someone who is accustomed to warm temperatures, this is really, really cold. Of course, if you are in Fairbanks, Alaska, this would be a heat wave.

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Looking out the window, first thing yesterday morning, we were fogged in. And what a fog it was. Even the birds had grounded themselves, waiting for the sun to burn off the fog. It took several hours, but finally, it was a gorgeous day. This morning, it is really cold. I was not prepared for this.

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