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The majority won't care but some might be interested. Today July 19 is our 32nd anniversary.
I added a new manufacturer who is a leader in the heat treat industry. Thus I finally got the needed wind at my back.
Sandi and Mike are working full time. Thus I am now the cook when I am home. My garden is doing quite well.
I got the call to participate in a Kairos ministry which is a weekend Christian retreat at Lebanon Correctional.
The next door neighbor kids are interested in radio controlled cars so I am dusting off the monster truck and having Carl Tulanko give me some tips to finish it off. BTW, Carl in now obsessing with his ham radio.
I'm not smoking many cigars. I still do enjoy them when the opportunity permits.
I hope all is well with my buds.
I'm happy to hear that all is well Tommy, in this drought it might be a good thing that you've slowed down your cigar smoking. I hope your success continues. Happy Anniversary and I'm looking forward to the next time we can hurf at the TbM Estate!
Good to see you're doing well, Tom. I'm not doing bad myself. Still have a job, still have lovely family, and not smoking cigars much right now either. I'll be cranking that back up for the Holidays, and hopefully ring in the New Year 20 pounds lighter as well.
I miss you Tommy!!!
after Sandi gets a wheel barrow tire ... she'll 'frigin clock your ass with that!!!
Congratulations and Happy Anniversary.
I'm glad to hear about your new manufacturer, I hope everything goes well with them. It sounds like you have your hands full so not smoking much should do you good.
Tommy did you ever invest in a fire sprinkler system for your house? Now that your doing the cooking it may be a good idea. I look forward to seeing you at the next CincyTucky event....whenever it may be.
I wish Sandi, Mike, and yourself the very best of everything.
Niño Thomas, mil felicidades. Glad you came back to bring us up to date. Enjoy the leisure that comes with the additional support and try to breath/enjoy in a few more cigars.
PS. Soaking the pots will get rid of the burnt food on the bottom. ;-)
a 'friggin wheel barrow tire. omg
Congrats, Tommy...on your new venture and your anniversary! Sure wish you would come back more often, though...or, GASP..make an appearance at Jefferson Hall some Tuesday for the herf.
Tell Carl I said "hola".
It would be great to see you two again. dogs2bird1 and I usually attend the Camacho events, although we have been present for Perdomo, Rocky Patel, Drew Estates, Oliva and Arturo Fuente happenings, as well.