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Old 03-31-2013, 12:05 AM
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Old 03-31-2013, 01:02 AM
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Brian,,,,aren't you a little old to be hunting easter eggs? cool flame job , did you do that all by yourself, or did your grand daughter help you out
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Thats too nice to eat!!
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too much time on your hands this easter weekend. Nice job on the egg. You should of did it a little earlier and put it on Ebay!! LOL
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Old 03-31-2013, 08:10 AM
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Too much time! LOLOLOL, If you only knew! I have been helping my sister-in-law move since I got off work Friday, working until after midnight then up and out first thing yesterday not getting home until 10:30 last night to find my daughter and son had gotten the egg coloring stuff out and died this one for me after I did the flames and then I went straight to bed collapsed and asleep in probably seconds.

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Old 03-31-2013, 08:55 AM
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LOL If you were posting at 11:00 last night and 7:00 this morning you are going to need a knap this afternoon too..... Like the egg.

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I just can't sleep in anymore John. I don't know about you but at a certain age (around 45) I just started waking up, no need for an alarm! I remember hitting that snooze button, I don't think I have done that in five years! I wake up before it goes off and just get out of bed done deal. That is usually at 6:30, "sleeping in" is going to 6:45.

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I just can't sleep in anymore John. I don't know about you but at a certain age (around 45) I just started waking up, no need for an alarm! I remember hitting that snooze button, I don't think I have done that in five years! I wake up before it goes off and just get out of bed done deal. That is usually at 6:30, "sleeping in" is going to 6:45.

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I kind of envy you. Since we retired I am beginning to stay up later and later, then sleeping in. Over slept this morning and missed church. Many times I wake up at 3:00 AM, channel hop for an hour and go back to sleep. The down side is I get less and less accomplished. Lord knows I have plenty to do.

I have 2 riding mowers, a Harley, An old hot rod that all need to be serviced for spring........Maybe tomorrow.
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I just can't sleep in anymore John. I don't know about you but at a certain age (around 45) I just started waking up, no need for an alarm! I remember hitting that snooze button, I don't think I have done that in five years! I wake up before it goes off and just get out of bed done deal. That is usually at 6:30, "sleeping in" is going to 6:45.

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Yeah I've got that malady also. Bed time is around 11 to 12 then up around 5:30. If try to go to bed much earlier I just flop around. Getting old sucks!

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Yeah I've got that malady also. Bed time is around 11 to 12 then up around 5:30. If try to go to bed much earlier I just flop around. Getting old sucks!

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You have to admit BB. It does beat the alternative.

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Yep, you aren't kidding.

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I've wake'n up before the alarm for the last 20+ years, it's the one time you don't set it that you sleep like a baby.. till 9am..lol
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before I retired in 2K i was up at 5 AM every morning, at work by 6, and now I am awake , usually about 430 -530 am because I can't breath , and have snored all night, and have to get up to brush my teeth,, then I usually sit around, then doze off again in the chair, and might wake up,around 7 or so,,
I always felt like sleeping was a waste of time,, but lately it has become a nice past time,
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before I retired in 2K i was up at 5 AM every morning, at work by 6, and now I am awake , usually about 430 -530 am because I can't breath , and have snored all night, and have to get up to brush my teeth,, then I usually sit around, then doze off again in the chair, and might wake up,around 7 or so,,
I always felt like sleeping was a waste of time,, but lately it has become a nice past time,
Hey Bad Rat. Have you looked into a CPAP machine. I got one years ago for sleep apnea and they really work. Not the most romantic thing in the world but being able to breath comfortably makes all the difference in both your night and daytime life. Your family won't miss the snoring either.

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John;
walk into a sleeping kids room wearing a CPAP mask....you'll laugh for days after you're done consoling junior and getting hollered at by his mom. My best friend did this, a few times. Kid crying, wake up and disconnect mask, walk in bedroom looking like something from a 50s sci-fi movie, kid screams. Kids mother is now FULLY awake and in full mom-mode...LOL apparently it makes for a bit of entertainment at 2am.
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