I have some down time before work tonight and thought I would bust out a new blog post for y'all. Next week marks the 21st birthday of the casino I work at, so it is going to be a full week. With the concerts and fireworks and such, I am pretty much living at work and sleeping this coming weeksend. With the great A/C and big tips it is not all a bad thing. Yesterday we ventured to Tucson and checked out the home and garden show. Definitely not as big as the October show---but since we had two of the kiddos along, this time, it was plenty big enough. My beautiful wife is back at the home show today, because she is a finalist for the grand prize--put out by one of the local TV stations. A $7500 dollar yard makeover. We do not have a yard that we can make over, because we rent, but our friend that went along with us does for sure. After that many improvements it will become a shared yard for sure. It continues to be hot here--but it is the desert. And now that monsoon season has officially started, a nice cooling rain seems to come through the area every afternoon. Although the storms have been pretty weak so far this year. We did pass through a big rain front coming home from Tucson last night. At work the other night --the workers that had snuck outside between customers to toke it up, came in saying it was getting really dark outside, thinking a storm was a brewin'. To which I yelled, "yeah it's also called night time and dark...."
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I have pretty much talked this topic into the ground in my random pages. This above pretty much wraps it up in an expensive nut shell. If it still does not make sense to you---re re read the last sentence above.
I could only hope someone would "attack" this post on any of my pages... Much more on this in my next post--I am trying to keep this page light this fine day. On other pages of mine -an actual real discussion about gays and the confederate flag came up. I was surprised because usually the conversations do not go well for anyone. I can say that right after the court ruling that anyone can get married in any state, Facebook filled up with profile pictures with a rainbow background. With so many supporters --gay or otherwise---showing the rainbow colors---my Facebook page looks like a Dam Skittle factory blew up! I do not support most of what the confederate flag stands for but I would rather see it all over Facebook than all the rainbows. As I said--more on this soon.