Saturday, October 27, 2012

Trick or Treating at the Mall

Posted on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM



I am sending out a jeers to all the parents who take their kids
trick-or-treating at the mall. When did we become so afraid of our
neighbors? Do you really think people want to hurt your kids? That is
ridiculous. If someone has taken the time to decorate their house and carve
pumpkins, trust me, they just want to give your kids candy and celebrate
Halloween. When I was little we made our own costumes and ran around the
neighborhood with a pillowcase in hand and makeup on our faces. It was
awesome! I have wonderful memories of my childhood during Halloween. Don't
you want that for your kids? I can't imagine it being as magical and
special at the mall. So please, please don't ruin your kids holiday because
you have some hang up about trick-or-treating in your own backyard.
Childhood is a time of wonder and excitement. Don't you remember? Enjoy
this time with your kids, because it will be gone before you know it.
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I'm All Yours

Posted on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM



I saw you at a bar two week's after I came to Spokane in 2008, not knowing
if I would ever see you again. Funny how things work, because from that day
on, I knew someway, somehow, you would be my wife. Our marriage was set up
for all the wrong reasons and I've been no angel, but the other night I
saw you for a moment happy and stress-free, but then I woke up. My love
for you and most important the love I have for our kids is worth fighting
for. I'll never stop fighting for you all 'till I have you back in my arms,
even if it takes my last breath I'll be content knowing from here, this
day, I did what I could to be faithful to you and our family. My ring will
never come off and my love will never die. You all will be in my heart, in
this life and the next, but I'll never stop fighting, because you are worth
fighting for. So if you see me and want to make this work, give me a sign,
because all I need is one chance to show you the man I am now...I love you
Kayla and kids
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Recycling Bins

Posted on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM



Cheers to David Condon and the City of Spokane for our new "single stream"
recycling bins! I'm so happy to finally be able to recycle all those pesky
beer boxes that were crowding my garbage can! Thank you!
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To My Best Friend

Posted on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM



and co-worker Angie (Geezy). I just want you to know how much I love and
appreciate your help over the past few years with the company. Our
company, without you, I never would of had the strength to take it this
far, and make it one of the leading talent management firms in the city.
Thank you so much, and I promise your hard work will not go unrewarded.
Even outside of work, I love seeing and hanging out with you. Your smile
and personality can make my day go from bad to good in under 60 second. I
truly do love you Geezy, and Im looking forward to the day both of our
lives change for the better.
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Our Life Together

Posted on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM



Our first house together! So grown up. I'm having so much fun building our
dream life together! I love you so much! jj
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Dinner Outing

Posted on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM



“Me and my very well mannered little girl were recently treated to a dinner
outing by my lovely and thoughful grandparents. As we walked into the
restaurant, I asked for a high chair or booster seat, something which I
expect all restaurants to provide for their customers. I quickly learned
and was disappointed when I discovered that they don’t provide high chairs
or booster seats for any of their guests. We decided to stay anyway
granting their food is outstanding and their service impeccable, but
unfortunately, it did not make up for having to hold my squirmy child
through my meal as she is too young to sit in a regular chair on her own. I
am so sorry to give such a great restaurant a Jeers, but this really put a
damper on our evening.”
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Work Your Shift

Posted on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM



It would be really nice if salaried employees actually worked a whole week,
especially if they are in a mangement position where you are being looked
up to and should be setting examples for others in the workplace. I do
believe the position is full time employment not part time. It gets really
old when the office staff has to make management decisions when you are not
here!
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Plumbing Fixtures

Posted on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM



Jeers to inferior plumbing fixtures! Low-flow toilets with motion sensors.
You call yourself environmentally conscious? You claim you are helping to
save water and protect our aquifer? You allege the hands free flush is more
sanitary. Yet you cannot handle a few squares of damp bathroom tissue
without multiple flushes! Your motion sensor goes off when a person first
walks into a stall. Where are your water savings now? Flushed away, that's
where - down the drain. Humbug to you!
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We Will Miss You

Posted on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM



Amanda, I think I speak for everyone we will all miss you in the café! You
were so much fun to be around, and an awesome barista! Congrats on your new
promotion!
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So Amazing

Posted on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM



You're an amazing woman and I feel lucky to be with you! I know I've got
you fooled into thinking you're the lucky one, but inside I know it's only
right for me to thank the heavens for bringing such an amazing angel into
my life. Love always
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