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    Dang it. I stop coming around all the time and yall let the whole place fall apart? Tisk tisk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ducknwork View Post
    Dang it. I stop coming around all the time and yall let the whole place fall apart? Tisk tisk...
    It's just not the same without you! How goes the new job?
    Hihope Hiland Heathen of Perth CD, RE, CGC, TDI

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvin S View Post
    As folks post they begin to weave a story about themselves. Your words brand you as someone who has probably never faced a real world situation. While on occasion you do come up with something worthy of reading, your general attitude toward the more moderate on this forum says you did not have that in mind during the post.

    Comments like that leave me scratching my head sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    Comments like that leave me scratching my head sometimes.
    Try Head & Shoulders , works wonders!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmylabs23139 View Post
    It's just not the same without you! How goes the new job?

    It's getting more tolerable every day. I definitely took a lot of things for granted at my old job and I miss a lot of stuff, but they are shutting down in 2 weeks and I still have a job. It's paying the bills and I am able to put a little money in the bank to build my savings back up. I am pretty sure that in the long run, I made an excellent choice, but it is just a lot to get used to and try to muddle through until then. I finally got computer access at my new job, but I don't get to sit down for more than about 45 minutes during a 10 hr shift, lunch break included. That's a huge change from my old job.

    Thanks for asking luv, I miss being around here also. By the time I sit down at night, I have just enough time to check the refuge and lurk here before heading to bed....Hope all of you are doing well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ducknwork View Post
    It's getting more tolerable every day. I definitely took a lot of things for granted at my old job and I miss a lot of stuff, but they are shutting down in 2 weeks and I still have a job. It's paying the bills and I am able to put a little money in the bank to build my savings back up. I am pretty sure that in the long run, I made an excellent choice, but it is just a lot to get used to and try to muddle through until then. I finally got computer access at my new job, but I don't get to sit down for more than about 45 minutes during a 10 hr shift, lunch break included. That's a huge change from my old job.

    Thanks for asking luv, I miss being around here also. By the time I sit down at night, I have just enough time to check the refuge and lurk here before heading to bed....Hope all of you are doing well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ducknwork View Post
    It's getting more tolerable every day. I definitely took a lot of things for granted at my old job and I miss a lot of stuff, but they are shutting down in 2 weeks and I still have a job. It's paying the bills and I am able to put a little money in the bank to build my savings back up. I am pretty sure that in the long run, I made an excellent choice, but it is just a lot to get used to and try to muddle through until then. I finally got computer access at my new job, but I don't get to sit down for more than about 45 minutes during a 10 hr shift, lunch break included. That's a huge change from my old job.

    Thanks for asking luv, I miss being around here also. By the time I sit down at night, I have just enough time to check the refuge and lurk here before heading to bed....Hope all of you are doing well.
    Glad you are settling in at the new job. There is always a bit of a transition period even if you leave a hornets nest for paradise. Just getting into the flow of things and learning the new company's stuff takes a bit of time.
    Hihope Hiland Heathen of Perth CD, RE, CGC, TDI

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    Quote Originally Posted by ducknwork View Post
    It's getting more tolerable every day. I definitely took a lot of things for granted at my old job and I miss a lot of stuff, but they are shutting down in 2 weeks and I still have a job. It's paying the bills and I am able to put a little money in the bank to build my savings back up. I am pretty sure that in the long run, I made an excellent choice, but it is just a lot to get used to and try to muddle through until then. I finally got computer access at my new job, but I don't get to sit down for more than about 45 minutes during a 10 hr shift, lunch break included. That's a huge change from my old job.

    Thanks for asking luv, I miss being around here also. By the time I sit down at night, I have just enough time to check the refuge and lurk here before heading to bed....Hope all of you are doing well.
    Good to hear this. I'm sure you will settle in well.

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