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Old 03-24-2005, 09:14 AM   #21
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6:30 am - Step daughters dog noses me awake. Get up turn on the coffee and we go out to 'play'.

He knows a sucker when he see's one. He knows better than to mess with the women.
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Old 03-24-2005, 10:24 AM   #22
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Yeah, yeah, yeah, I get up at 5:30 every morning to rush off to the cube farm! I don't want to hear it!

Sleeping in is No. 1 on the list for "things to do once ER'ed"!
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I get up at 5:30 every morning to rush off to the cube farm!
There is such a thing? 5:30 I mean, not the cube farm

The only saving grace I have in this is that I dont have a job and my wife is off until June. After that it gets fun...3 days a week I'll have him for 20 hours straight...from ~5:30pm until 6:30am when she's on 12 hour night shift, then from 6:30-2pm while she sleeps. 3 days in a row.

Unclemick...I have 3 dogs, 3 cats, a baby and a wife. All eight of them know exactly who the sucker is who will play with them and feed them on demand...
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Youth! Harummph!

At least it's youth in ER.

The dog has his dog bed next to my 'nap' couch.
45 minutes mid - day and we're both ready to go again.
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Youth! Harummph!

At least it's youth in ER.

The dog has his dog bed next to my 'nap' couch.
45 minutes mid - day and we're both ready to go again.
Dogs are definitely mans best friend. Mine (golden retriever) wakes me every morning about 6:00. Of course I still work, but 21 months from now I've got to figure out a way to get her to sleep later. :-/
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Not that its important, but for this hypothetical woman, do I get to pick who she kills or is it up to her? *
* * ... I think it would be up to Ms. Hypothetical, though my best guess is she'd be willing to eliminate any competition....
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Every morning DW works (4 days a week) I see her off
with coffee and a kiss at 6 a.m. Most days I am back in bed by 6:30. If not, it's usually those pesky dogs.
They want out, they want in, they want to be fed, or go on adventures, etc. I luv 'em anyway

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