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New Career Hauls Long, Employees Keep Truckin'
Posted Thursday, May 24 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
I'm embarrassed to do it, but we're trying to clear out the very best of our old pictures in the fleeting moments of their usable lifespan, so we've got to rehash the never hashed, un-pre-hashable pictures. Assuming that wasn't the case, instead I beg you believe for one second we actually thought we were truckers for one minute, because we might have, though not much longer than that.

Staff Camera Shipped off to Affiliate Site, New Contraption Rocks
Posted Wednesday, May 23 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Over the span of my storied career (of stories), I've seen many cameras come and go. We had a good starter, a premium upgrade, and an unfortunate step-down, but now we're stepping up again, and it's like Canon has been waiting for us to do it, because it's so good it will take the pictures and my eyes won't even know the difference.

Gigantinormous Ford F-250 Big, Deluxe, Robotic
Posted Tuesday, May 22 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
It was some weeks back, but we had a chance to preview an uncommon vehicle, and it kind of stuck with us, so here I am writing about it. It wasn't compact or economical (like me), but it was luxurious and big around the middle like my dad. It was also kind of robotic, which is really cool, but I'm not sure if my dad has that in common with it, though it's interesting either way.

Area Bird Really Shakes the Tail Feather
Posted Monday, May 21 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Dominic
We recently took a triple-grand excursion to our modest, local zoo, which is I guess one of the best in the world, depending if you're in to really great zoos and stuff, and we had a chance to see some really exceptional things. What I didn't plan on was a little interruption from the feathered braggarts of the animal kingdom, but I tell you, them big-arrayed birds really know how to shake the tail feather.

Waning School Days Go Bye-Bye and Weee!!!
Posted Friday, May 18 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Dominic
As I grow incrementally bigger and excrementally fuller of the diaper, I learn more and more about all things good, bad, and fun in this life. As I transition out of my toddler years, into my preschool years, I've been forced to change schools to step up and learn more new things. One thing I don't need to learn is that I love sitting on a slidey-sled and going WEEEEE down a ramp.

Spring Now in Full Swing (or Vice-Versa)
Posted Thursday, May 17 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
The days are getting longer -- a phenomenon I still struggle to grasp -- and along with the longer days has come a general warming trend as well. Don't just take it from me though, check out the flowers in bloom, the gorgeous light of the day, and my periodic moments of sweating down the small of my back to the crack of my backside. Oh my, spring is in full swing, or vice-versa, because you just can't be sure any longer.

Profile of Courage Brother Patrick
Posted Wednesday, May 16 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
There are so many things that wander in and out of your life day-to-day, so it can be hard to find a way to get through it all, but imagine if you can for a second, that you've got a hundred-yards of hurdles between the starting blocks and the finish ribbon. We all run the same race, but my stumbling blocks feel like nothing compared to the things he makes his way around, and that's straight-up courageous.


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