Friday, February 27, 2009

Friday morning muse

I'm bushed. What a week! What a coupla weeks!

The calm after the strom...
Stream of consciousness. Sewer line. Septic tank. Tractor rentals. Tractor delivery guy stuck. 3 different days hiring/directing crews of laborers. Retaining walls. Tile and coping wrapped up. Nearly 30 tons of rock delivered, backfilled, staged for next phase or spread on drive. Ordered pool equipment. Getting by the bank to cut cashier check for pool equipment. Scheduling pool plumber and electrician. Planning next phase -- pool hardscape, including stairs/height transitions. Writing checks. Lots of checks. BIG checks. Ouch. Making it to the Divine Miss M's high school soccer match. They won their first post season game. Yea! That's good 'cause they're toast in Saturday's game. /heh Heavy emotional risk/stress church elder/pastoring/intervention/oversight type stuff -- big doin's with concerns for church unity. This all happening with a much loved "pillar of the church" type family. Perhaps my closest friend over the past 20 years. First full week on my internist Dr's medicinal food wellness program. Juggling life while figuring out how to manage that in the middle of all the other fun. Hey, dropped 6 lbs! Those are the easy ones though. Stress? Yeah. Wake up at zero dark thirty a couple days with it all running through my head. Yeah. Fun? Yeah. Fun. Looking back, this is great stuff.

Deep breath. Exhale.


Hey, we're ready with hookups for RV's now! That's fulfillment of a longtime dream. Yee-hah!

It's been quite a week. That''ll do pig. That'll do.

In other news...

This caught my eye this morning. Whattya think of the questions about President Obama's eligibility for office? Anything to it? Just a bunch of tinfoil hatter kooks?

Sorta wonder if this might get (ahem) interesting.

Now retired Maj. Gen. Carroll D. Childers has submitted a statement to Taitz and her website, agreeing to be a plaintiff in her pending action.

"I agree to be a plaintiff in the legal action to be filed by Orly Taitz, Esq. in a petition for a declaratory judgement (sic) that Barack Hussein Obama is not qualified to be president of the U.S., nor to be commander in chief of the U.S. armed forces, in that I am or was a sworn member of the U.S. military (subject to recall)," he wrote.

...more on that

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