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Sunday, October 31st, 2004
9:00a - I Didn't Do It, Did I?


That you are laughing, not upset with my stupidity, is a GOOD THING!

Anyone who had been here and seen the number of times I've flooded out the gate from the little house into the stud pen or noticed the two broken floats still attached to the side of the tank as the turn screws are rusted in place would be VERY LIKELY to consider an operational tank float to be a superior gift idea -- needed and practical, immediately useful, and security... With the practical turn of mind of someone who grew up roughing it in the wilds of South Dakota, I thought it an emminately practical, sensible gift, but we've had our first frost (early in September), and I always lose the pieces of hose to splitting from too late use in the season... The box had been bashed about a bit in shipment, (one corner held together by the clear packing tape) so it was not obviously an already opened/repacked item...

>----- Original Message -----
>From:
>To:
>Subject: Tape

>Oh! Pandemo, I am laughing so hard, there are almost tears coming. Of course
>it was in the box that the tank heater came in, because it fit very nicely.

>Didn't you ask yourself why did Fayezee send me a tank heater? Now you have
>a story to tell OldGrayMare, or better still, a live journal item....now, at
>least I know why you were writing about tank floats.....

>Good night, woman, from the old cowgirl.....
>
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From:
>>To:
>>Subject: Tape
>>
>>
>> Yes, I got the tape -- INSIDE a box for a tank float... with a cute birthday
>> card and funny original message inside. Had I OPENED THE BOX, I'd have known... But it was too close to
>> winter to install it. Ah stands here wit de egg all ovr me face....
>>
>>>----- Original Message -----
>>> From:
>>> To:
>>> Subject: Tape
>>>
>>>I don't want to keep after you, but did you receive the cassette? I always
>>>wonder if what I have sent without authorization or insurance does get to
>>>its destination; our mail service is not a 100% sure thing, and I was just
>>>wondering if your mail came through from TopoftheWorld.

>>>This is our first light snow, and cold rain. Yesterday was just perfect
>>>and I moved the horses back to the elevator pasture that afternoon and glad
>>>that I did it then as today was miserable and now they have good grazing for
>>>awhile and a shed to get in if they want to.
>>>
>>>>----- Original Message -----
>>>> From:
>>>> To:
>>>> Subject: Re: Re: Just thinking about You
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> They had to back out. I was disappointed, but in the school year, I don't have a lot of time.
>>>>
>>>>>----- Original Message -----
>>>>> From:
>>>>> To:
>>>>> Subject: Re: Just thinking about You
>>>>>
>>>>>Hey, Pandemo! I think there is a bit of confusion: I didn't send you a
>>>>>tank regulator; I only remember sending you a cassette; did you get it? It
>>>>>was somewhere around your birthday, but it wasn't a birthday present.
>>>>>Someone else must have given you a tank regulator; it wasn't me.

>>>>>Did OldGrayMare and Spiritof65 make it down to see you? I did so enjoy them when
>>>>>they were here. I feel so lucky to have met them through you...thanks....
>>>>>
>>>>>>----- Original Message -----
>>>>>> From:
>>>>>> To:
>>>>>> Subject: Just thinking about You
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>I just was working on the quarter's end grades (end of first qaurter is
>>>>>>tomorrow...) and realized I never thanked you for the new tank
>>>>>>regulator! I have not hooked it up, as we are due for freezing weather shortly...
>>>>>>But when spring comes around again, I sure will. I keep cutting up chunks
>>>>>>of old hose and fitting special ends on them, but the horses don't leave
>>>>>>them alone over the winter, so each spring, I make another one or two...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The herd is still out in the hay field, but come in for salt and will
>>>>>> eat at the four bales along the creek then.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> How are you and your crew doing? Well, I hope.
>>>>>>

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9:04a - On Making Mistakes


The sages do not consider that making no mistakes is a blessing. They believe, rather, that the great virtue of man lies in his ability to correct his mistakes and continually make a new man of himself.
    -- Wang Yang-Ming




Or, at least provide friends with the random occasional good belly laugh!

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10:38a - My Vote For Best Line in a Mystery/Suspense Novel


He: "We've taken this as far as we can with our clothes on."

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