I don’t want to get up. I had to though. I have a mountain of GES data to upload and format at work.
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This evening I wrote a character reference for my brother for a security certificate he is applying for. It took a little less than 20 minutes and was quite a work of words that I’m proud of. I’m just waiting on him now to give it the all-clear and the document is good to go for printing and signing.
After years of chasing the cute little canary with the funny way of speaking, yet unable to claim his prize, Sylvester finally fell off the cliff of sanity. Tweety Pie’s reaction was, one could say, one of total disbelief.
Never mind weighing… I’m still waiting for a certain somebody to pay me back the massive loan I lent him since several months ago. He just trots out the same old tired excuses. Man I hate lending… or borrowing!
Credits: Rakesh Mohan via Steffi Dsouza and bankbazaar.com