Fabulous post … The innocence of childhood perfect … ⭐️😊👍
Thanks for visiting and Nice to see you back and writing again Kev … ⭐️😊👍
After I left the power plant and went to work for Dell on August 20, 2001, I wrote letters back to my friends at the plant letting them know how things were going. This is the sixtieth letter I wrote. Keep in mind that at the time when I originally penned this letter I didn’t intend on it being posted online.
12/06/02 – Airplanes at Dell
Good morning Fellow Soonerites,
Ok. So I’m not a Soonerite anymore. At least I used to be. Which is more (or less) than others can claim. Anyway. This morning when I walked into my cubicle, I found two pieces of paper sitting on my chair. They looked like some kind of advertisement for Dell. Like a brochure or something.
Upon closer look, one of the pieces of paper had a bunch of dotted lines and letters of the alphabet all over it. On one…
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Fabulous post and so informative sort of film I will go to see … Sharing with friends .. Regards Ian
Once I had a dream that I was buried alive. I felt like I was placed in a position, couldn’t move and something covered my nostril, it caused me to gradually lose my breath. As if that wasn’t bad enough, no matter how much I banged on top of the coffin, no one heard me. I was helpless, without a savior. It was one of the most terrifying thing to experience, even in my dream. There were many situations in life where this feeling applies; even today.
I bought my ticket for The Birth of a Nation online, a day before its release. Something I’ve never done before. Frankly, I didn’t want to be left out in the cold if it was sold out. My friend who warned me ahead of time of her inability to stay awake during a movie, didn’t even want to leave her seat to use the bathroom…
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