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Thursday, December 4, 2008
Been lacking in posting new stuff to the blog lately. But since it's that time of year, figured I'd share what I'm most thankful for: my beautiful son and his mama. Here they are, identities concealed, but still one of my favorite shots.
I resisted starting one for quite a while. I'm still not sure why I'm doing this. I wanted to call it Blah Blah Blahg, but apparently that name's taken. Posts on this blog will vary from lost/found journal entries, political commentary, music and book and movie reviews and recommendations, sports rants, stories about the hags in my office, and any/everything in between. Hope you enjoy. Be sure to sift thru the Archives to find the, uh, good stuff. yea.
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