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  • Birthday 04/06/1961

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  1. An old timer once told me; never have any work done on a Friday. I've found that to be true more than once. Just a few weeks ago, I hired some guys to sandblast some signs for me. When I brought the prepared blanks in ,early Friday morning, the first thing out of the employee's mouth was "It's Friday, and I don't even want to be here", or something to that effect. That was the first red flag. The guy goofed up part of one of the signs, because he wasn't listening to my instructions. Fortunately, I was able to repair it and, in the end, the customer was very happy with their signs. But this reinforced my resolve to heed the warning about Fridays from now on.
  2. Nice looking digs.
  3. Somebody took some shapes and reverse-morphed them into what they wanted to portray.. Proves nothing.
  4. Looks like enough shingles. Are they the architectural ones?
  5. The World portrays Stephen Hawking as some kind superhuman mega-genius, when I fear the poor guy is just being used as a pawn for the atheist "scientific" agenda.
  6. Hallelujah!
  7. Most any of my farm animals, including my dogs, horses, donkey, cows and sheep, will get under a shed if one is available. But I never saw anything with such an urgent aversion to rain as the goats when I had those(I had over 50 at one time). Just a few drops coming down and my goats would dash for cover. The sheep will get under a shed if it's pouring but they don't freak out about it. Sometimes they will just stand out there in it or keep grazing, especially if it's a light rain. Rain is not that big of a deal to sheep. from my observation, compared to goats. Most four-footed farm animals would rather not swim. except things like ducks and labrador retrievers, but all can, No sir, sheep don't seem to have an extraordinary fear of water anymore than anything else. I think the "leadeth me beside the still waters" means something we haven't quite fully understood yet.
  8. ...and in this one, the sheep have plenty of wool (turn volume down unless you like Arab music)......
  9. Sunday school teacher at my church, tonight at VBS, asked me a couple of questions about sheep. He said he had heard they would not drink running water. I'm going to show him this..... ...and here's one that debunks both the "stupid" and the "running water" myths...
  10. Such a hideously shameful thing, but they pridefully rub it in our faces at every opportunity. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/a-teacher’s-decision-to-be-‘visibly-queer’-in-his-photo-with-president-trump/ar-BBCOwXl?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=UE12DHP
  11. We haven't made it to build a carport yet, but I'm with y'all. If I had a 'garage' it would quickly end up as another toolshed.
  12. Yes, it's been a blessing.
  13. Thanks! I would eat them if I could, but I'm allergic to eggplant.
  14. Praying
  15. It has about 7 or 8 blooms now. I don't eat them but planted this one for my step-dad.