Oh no this could be a real problem for me. Please consider this song that was on my band’s first album.
It would make a great book, wouldn’t it?
Scanned the comments looking for you. My instinct was right, I see.
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Thank you so much. And I think this is so great that you started this!
Wow, thanks so much!
Damn, thank you so much! (Though, technically, I had four this year: BMW, Camaro, Charger, Datsun.)
That’s a great memory—-the 1600 and the Amish buggy and the young guy waving. I like that. Thanks for sharing!
HELL YES. I love this comment.
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Nope, not that I know of. (Also, unlike a guy like Radar, not sure if money is really the main obstacle—-that’s not for me to say in this case.)
Thank you. And excellent notes, too!
Thank you so much! And here’s to more in ‘18...
You are very welcome!
I am so glad you enjoyed the story and found meaning in it. Thanks for reading and taking time to share your comments! Happy Holidays to you.
Money. After John had him put the new transmission and engine in, he closed his wallet seeing as how he thought it was still going to take another 5 - 7 grand.
Well, but there’s probably a very good reason your wife puts up with, as you say, all that shit. Don’t be too hard on yourself. I’m certainly not a doctor, but it seems to me that self-awareness goes a long way. I think the bad relationships are when one person is being driven nuts, and the other person is like “huh,…
I’m glad you found value in the story, and I wish you all the best personally, and with your family. Cheers and happy holidays.