Thursday, March 10, 2016

See You Later ...

Son has a new job in California. He has packed his car full of necessities and he left a few minutes ago. He's going to run smack dab into the middle of that storm.
All that planning and I forgot to change the resolution on the camera. Now, it's too late to fix that. J n J are going to miss their boy, but not as much as I will. I was getting used to his weekly visits. I'm pretty bummed, see you guys later. Take care!

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  1. I'll bet he enjoys California, most of it is right nice country.

    "I like that security thing - maybe it would make the neighbor dogs think twice about mauling my cat and tearing into my garbage barrel."

    If I had a need for something like that I would make my own, with a fast burning fuse. And being into the mountain man stuff I already have the things to make them with.

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    1. It's been half a century since I lived there and a quarter of one since my last visit. I think he will like it if he's on a bus route.

      Bleep dogs were barking right next to my window at 3 a.m. Maybe I should go with my first thought ...

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  2. Sometimes it hurts to see our children become independent. I hope the new job works out for him but no doubt you will continue to miss him.

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    1. I missed him when he spent two years in Florida and the year he worked up in Illinois - no doubt I will miss him this time as well. Sigh ...

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  3. bless him. safe travels and a new beginning for him!

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    1. Thanks, Theresa, I do worry about his little Rio and his destination - Cosa Mesa.

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  4. I've a feeling he will miss you all as well! Safe travels to him, and comforting vibes for you!

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    1. I will feel better after he gets there and settles in. Time ...

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  5. With modern tech these days you can contact him in a number of ways and it will feel like he is right there in the room with you hopefully he won't be affected by the storm too badly xxx

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    1. I know, it's just the distance ...

      He ran into that storm and could only drive 5-10 mph until they passed each other up. He said dodging the foot deep potholes was a major problem. Will be better for him today.

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  6. I know you're "bummed" SJQ...I haven't quite figured out what I'd do if my son and his family moved from Florida. Probably go back to Virginia so I could be closer to where Don is buried. Hope your son traveled safely through the storm and has a safe trip to California. I know it's not the same...but SKYPE could help!

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  7. My oldest son and his wife lives near California boarder in Medford Ore

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  8. My oldest son and his wife lives near California boarder in Medford Ore

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