Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Have I ever mentioned that I'm not to impressed with these managers? They are good people, just not very bright managers.
Oh, yeah, add us to the list of those that are looking for a new home. We are both of the opinion that the new owners are going to eventually close the park and build apartments. If they can get everyone that speaks English as a first language to move, then they won't have to send out the proper notices of closing, that's my thought anyways.
Thursday, July 26, 2007
I'm a Talent!
You're a risk-taker, and you follow your passions. You're determined to take on the world and succeed on your own terms. Whether in the arts, science, engineering, business, or politics, you fearlessly express your own vision of the world. You're not afraid of a fight, and you're not afraid to bet your future on your own abilities. If you find a job boring or stifling, you're already preparing your resume. You believe in doing what you love, and you're not willing to settle for an ordinary life.
Talent: 56%Take the Talent, Lifer, or Mandarin quiz.
Monday, July 23, 2007
We finally got some rain today.
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
There's only a few of us that are members, yet we have written quite a bit. Come add your 2 cents worth, or your own writings at The Written Page. I look forward to seeing what all you've written.
If you like playing D&D but don't want to spend all night at it, come join the action at Kathus. This is Greg's game, he's the Dungeon Master, so the game proceeds only when he can get the time to add to it. Because of this, the game goes very slowly, his school work comes first.
I know you all are curious, so go look these sites over. Join if you want.
Thursday, July 12, 2007
Wednesday, July 04, 2007
No matter when or how our families arrived here, someone in the family had to fight for that freedom. This is the day to remember them, to remember what they did to give us the freedoms that we have today. It is a day to celebrate the sacrifices that they gladly gave to see their families live in peace.
My grandfather was a sailor, my father is retired Army, my husband was also in the Army, I was in the Air Force, I have a son that is a Marine, and his brother is a Sea Bee. When my boys come home for a visit they occasionally bring a friend, when they leave we thank them for serving their country, for choosing to keep all of us safe, for being patriotic, for doing a job that isn't easy.
We should all take the time to say thank you to all the men and women that have served, and are serving their country, for sacrificing their lives and time away from their families, for doing that which many cannot do, for keeping our freedoms intact. If you know a veteran or an active duty military person, tell them thank you. If you don't, or would like to send a card to someone who is in the military now to say thank you, go to this site: Let's Say Thanks. The art for the cards is done by children, and there are several to choose from, there are several messages to choose from, or you can write your own.
We may not like the fact that we have military fighting any where, yet there is fighting and we are there in it. The men and women that are now in the military have chosen to serve their country and we should support their choice.