Leslie Nord's Random Thoughts on Friends, Family and Life

I never was much of a writer - more like a rambler that easily get's lost in a tangent. My blog lets me go out on those tangents any time I want to. So remember, life is like a roller coaster: sit down and hang on. Sometimes you'll want to scream, sometimes you'll puke, but give it a chance and you'll find it can be a lot of fun.

Leslie Nord's Random Thoughts on Friends, Family and Life

I never was much of a writer - more like a rambler that easily get's lost in a tangent. My blog lets me go out on those tangents any time I want to. So remember, life is like a roller coaster: sit down and hang on. Sometimes you'll want to scream, sometimes you'll puke, but give it a chance and you'll find it can be a lot of fun.

Month: July 2008

July 8, 2008

Had A Bad Day

Jeff’s been pretty sick since Friday. He had been exposed to mycoplasma pneumonia and was showing all the symptoms of it. He was feeling so bad that it didn’t take much convincing to get him to go to the doctor. The good news, it turned out to be a pretty bad case of bronchitis. Now […]

July 6, 2008

If I Could Ask Just One Question

If I could ask my mom just one question today, it would be something related to my not being able to see my grandchildren. I would have to carefully formulate my question, a simple “what do you think about me not being able to see them?” would probably result in a simple, “I don’t like […]

July 5, 2008

Thoughts Of My Children

Megan is not the only child of mine having a birthday, D2’s birthday is 2 days before hers. I wanted to send her a card but I don’t have her address. Since Megan got bitched out by her father for forwarding a Christmas card to her, I didn’t want to put Megan in that position […]

July 3, 2008

Catch Up And Recovery

It always seems to take more time to catch up after being away, then the actual time away. As for the tournament itself, I didn’t bowl as well as I had hoped I would. The lane conditions them self were not that bad, I had trouble adjusting to the environmental conditions the first day. The […]

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