Saturday, February 20, 2010

Saturday Morning Reflection #25

Good Morning Everyone,

Can you believe how hard it is snowing and how awful it is outside?.....Hey...Wait a minute...Do I see some sunshine? My fishing poles are calling.

The Amway...I people have been doing training at work on the new system. I haven't been involved yet, but most of the staff are impressed with the new system. Maybe the Govt has done something right.

This morning the house is filled with the sound of sleeping kids. Miss Josie Cat did her best to wake us this morning by knocking the tv remote off of the nightstand. This normally happens at 0430. Seems she has developed a habit. Perhaps I will need to send her to rehab...or maybe just a good old fashioned kitty spanking. Oh stop it and quit looking so appalled...I do believe in corporal punishment (and pleasure). Enough of that...

It is rapidly moving towards spring, and we all know what happens in spring. A young mans thoughts turn towards thoughts of....Spring Walleye fishing. I might just try and make that trip this year. Any of you guys interested just let me know. I might also make a quick run up for a weekend....haven't decided yet. I do believe I will have dinner at The Garden though.

I guess I am gonna have to tell you about the most interesting thing from last night...There I was in Kroger's...minding my own business...and what to my wandering eyes did I see? A man down on one knee, proposing to a woman. She said yes. They hugged and kissed. Pictures were taken. Then we all went to dinner. lets hear the rest of the story(yes, I plagarized that). My friend Travis was introduced to his girlfriend on 021909. They fell deeply in love and have been co-habitating for some time now. Travis had wanted to propose to her in the place where she was when he first spoke with her. Aisle 12 at the Krogers in Proctorville, OH. I assisted him with this plan by...getting permission to take pictures, inviting them to dinner at my house (I had no intention of cooking), and calling to get them to stop at Krogers and pick something up for me. I called her cell phone when she was in the correct place and turned her around so that Travis could get down on his old, arthritic, debilitated knee and present her with the ring and the question. Karen's daughter was in on the surprise also. My daughter, her friend, and my girlfriend Jackie were also there. Many pictures were taken.

Travis...after the many trials and tribulations that you have been thru, you deserve this. The chance for love and happiness is within your grasp. I truly believe that the two of you are just meant to be and I wish you nothing but peace and happiness throughout the rest of your lives.

A word of advice from the old man...One must experience both ends of the spectrum in order to truly enjoy the peace in the middle.

Ginger...I didn't forget about you...

A certain little girl, when asked her name, would reply, "I'm Mr. Sugarbrown's daughter."

Her mother told her this was wrong, she must say, "I'm Jane Sugarbrown."

The Vicar spoke to her in Sunday School and said, "Aren't you Mr. Sugarbrown's daughter?"

She replied, "I thought I was, but mother says I'm not."

Well, until the next time...Please remember that I have to pay the bills.

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