Monthly Archives: August 2003

Diggin’

A guy stopped at a local gas station and, after filling his gas tank, he paid the bill and bought a soft drink. He stood by his car to drink his cola and watched a couple of men working along … Continue reading

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Mercedes European Delivery Program

While we waiting for the game to start last night, I was thumbing through the September 2003 issue of Money Magazine. The cover story is “Best Buys: A guide to big savings on everything.” It’s a pretty good article — … Continue reading

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Football Season (A rough start)

As it turned out, the best thing about the Rockledge High School Football Season Kickoff game last night was the launch from Kennedy Space Center. It was setup to be a great game — Division 3A champs vs. Division 4a … Continue reading

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Rockledge Toes

My wife teaches at Rockledge High School. Since she’s been at Rockledge, we’ve been regular attendees to the football games in the fall term (we also end up attending baseball games, musicals, etc. throughout the year — talk about a … Continue reading

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Florida Afternoon Showers

This is what an average afternoon shower in Florida looks like. They aren’t that much different than the heavy afternoon showers in Houston, but it stills impresses me with how forceful, yet brief, these showers can be. Maybe the only … Continue reading

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Waverly weave

In 1998 we ran across this pattern by Waverly. I can’t remember the pattern name, but it’s part of the plaid collection. We had sofa pillows made out of the fabric and they’ve held up just fine. I stumbled across … Continue reading

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My view

What’s my view for at least part of the week? Right there. It’s not a bad view. In fact, it’s pretty nice. If I step out the door to the right just past the ficus tree, I’m in the bright … Continue reading

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