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What? An Update??

Sorry that I haven’t updated in a while.

With all of the trips to Lowes, Ikea, American Home Furniture, Best Buy and Mikes Camera (had to order some 20” X 30” Canvas prints for the walls you know) it has been hard to actually sit down. When we actually sit down, we catch up on our shows (SOA, The Bridge, The Strain, re-watched the last season of The Walking Dead etc). Speaking of The Walking Dead, if you are not a fan, you suck. Just kidding. If you have never seen single episode, watch the first to last episode of season four (look at the flowers, Lizzy) and you will see why it is one of the best shows on TV.

Waiting for Game of Thrones to come back on as well as Justified and other shows that you probably have never heard of. So, quit sucking and watch The Walking Dead.

Okay, here are a couple of pictures to show what we have been up to. As soon as I get done watching football today I may add some more. I doubt it but it if it keeps you coming back for more, I am all for it.

Oh, Happy Birthday to both Travis and Jim! You both probably watch The Walking Dead so the above doesn’t apply to you (sucking that is).

Oh, Oh, I got my new iPhone 6 on Friday. I was one of the lucky ones to actually get it delivered on the day it was available.

These photos were taken with the new iPhone:

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That floating cabinet was a bitch to put up. If we ever sell the house, it has to stay since the wall looks like swiss cheese.

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Kick Ass computer room setup in the loft.

And finally…..Mom’s room…I am sure she has been waiting for an update!

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Yes, there will be pictures on the wall by Christmas….

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