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Jeff's Month in Review

I've been buried under stuff and have neglected this blog. Here are various updates:

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Jeff's Week in Review

Another one of my random weekly ramblings.

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Jeff's Week in Review

This is another one of Jeff's week in review posts. The past few weeks have been a bit busy, but I'm feeling pretty good about things right now. I think I'm caught up with my schedule. There is still a lot to be done, but at least I don't feel behind.

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Someone dented my car...

My car was it's fine usual self when I went out to dinner tonight at the mall.

When I got back to the car, an hour or so later, it had a nice new shiney dent on the front driver side bumper.

No note!

What can you do! I came home. I'll get a quote or two over the weekend.

Yeah, my DVD Duplicator won't work either. I'm not sure why. It's a bad night.

Jeff's Last few weeks in review

I have not been blogging much. This is what I remember from the last few weeks.

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Jeff's Week in Review

Once again, I'm going to try to post my week in review. If nothing more than to amuse myself...

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Jeff's Week in Review

Once again, I'm going to try to post my week in review. for those that are really interested...

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Jeff's Week in Review

What did I do last week you ask? In no particular order, here it is:

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Getting the Block Box

Back when I was younger one of the joys in life was playing with blocks. Growing up, we had quite a collection of blocks. We would create complicated, towering structures with blocks. Then we'd place Star Wars action figures mixed in throughout our buildings. Then, from a distance, we'd try to knock them all down with rubber bands.

Yes, this is just as fun as it sounds.

T was interested in this childhood game of mine. We decided to try to see if we could set something up in our own house. I stopped by my parents house today and picked up the block box. It was a lot smaller than I remember it. The blocks were stored in the basement. Both the box (built by my Grandpa) and the blocks came home with me. They lived a bit with some rodents, unfortunately. Everything will have to be cleaned, but it looks like they are still solid, and will suit our needs.

My brother and I (and our next door neighbor) would love to build up tipsy towers. We'd put Amamaman up top because he had such big hands. He'd often take out a few extra figures on his way down. I think each figure was worth a point.

However, it'd be foolish to play this sort of game with 20+ year old Star Wars Action figures, so we needed something else. Mom dug out my collection of He Man action figures. My memory is that He-Man figures are too big, but I'll give them a shot.

T had a different idea. Today she went to target and bought Captain Jack Sparrow. They are the perfect size. If this is successful, I can imaging us buying more blocks and a lot more Action Figures.

I wonder if any my clients come with their own action figures? This would made a great stress reliever.

Build Me Up Buttercup by MTMX

This is from the cover band I was in for a bit, named The Meredith Tyler More Experience. I play bass on this recording. I also did the recording and the mix. Good times.

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