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Discussion in 'DIS Dads' started by Emma's Dad, Aug 26, 2012.

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  1. GoHerd1028

    GoHerd1028 <font color=red>DDC 172<br><font color=green>"Inse

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    I am having a weird day!!!! All day long it has been dejavu!!!! Anyone else ever have that happen the entire day???? Maybe I am getting ready to die or something!!:scratchin
     
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  3. Twin Dad

    Twin Dad DIS Dad #704

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    Evening gents. After reading all the stories of how busy you guys are I'm quietly dreading when the kids are old enough for activities. Right now its just swimming lessons but the whole world opens for them when they turn 4.
    Grandma orders one every year for Xmas. Really good stuff.
     
  4. stopher1

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    Evening gents! Just wanted to pop in for a moment to say hello. We're now just 3 sleeps away from flying down to Houston, and 4 sleeps away from boarding the Magic. :cool1: I'm so excited. :yay: I can hardly wait. :dance3:

    I know I don't post much in here, but I do still think of you and wish you well. If you need me for something specific, you'll often find me on FB. Otherwise, I'll pop back around soon enough.

    Ciao for now.
     
  5. BigTikiDaddy

    BigTikiDaddy DIS Dad #574 Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

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    Good luck, that really sucks about the holiday, can they make you go in? :crazy2: I guess thank goodness for union job. Thanksgiving is busy enough as it is.




    We also tread that fine line with Christmas just over a month after Amelia's bday. Last year was Great Wolf Lodge, this year it's a party with friends. Looks like we've got a party booked a couple of weeks before her actual bday, the weekend after Halloween, at the cinemas. Looks like Wreck-It Ralph too, so it'll be Disney themed :thumbsup2 Swim lessons fall on her actual bday, so not much will happen there. Whichever weekend off I have closest will go to Sarnia, little party with family there, probably a small dinner at my parents at some point too.



    Maybe things are just too routine? Sounds like the need of a WDW vacation, STAT!
     
  6. Rental01

    Rental01 DIS Dad’s Club Member #366

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    What Venomhatch said. :)
     
  7. 10dedfish

    10dedfish XBOX: Mattisamus

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    Morning Guys.

    Its humpday. Seems like more and more of my days are being filled with pointless meetings. :mic: I have one this afternoon and another LATE meeting tomorrow. Seriously, who schedules meetings for 3-4 in the afternoon. :confused3

    Matt
     
  8. moose615

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    DDs is 10 days after so it usually turns into a big shopping spree and then pick out what's Christmas and what's birthday, last year part of her bday was a new big girl bed, which didn't come in till after I got back from my Epcot trip almost a week after her bday
    You prob could of claimed mental disability and got out of it, that's pretty believable right?

    Norm, Disney is getting very close, closer for you but only following by a day, DD is super excited, she's usually pretty shy and when I reminded her daycare about next week she said "yea cuz I'm going to Disney World!!" Lol she had one of this haha I'm going and your not looks on her face, priceless ohh and btw good morning fellow dads
     
  9. tutter99

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    Morning All!!

    Thanks to everyone for the Welcome Backs, it really was hard staying away from here while I was looking for work.

    New job is awesome, they've shown more faith in my ideas after only one week than my old employer did over my last year there.

    Groundhog Day? "DON'T DRIVE ANGRY!":drive:
     
  10. Jousey

    Jousey <font color=red>Dis Dad #694 <img src=http://www.w

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    Sorry I missed you, glad you had a good trip ours was fun just too short.
     
  11. Jousey

    Jousey <font color=red>Dis Dad #694 <img src=http://www.w

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    Back from WDW, had a great visit it was a fast an furious weekend. Ran ( well walked) ToT 10 miller. Ended up being 85 with 76% humidity at the start and Was DW first run so we started slow and DM was unable to keep pace so we waled the last 8 miles and had a great time. Finished in 2:36 or so and I ended up in the medical tent because my BP was a little too elevated for myself, quick turn around thou a little extra fluid goes a long way.
    I will see if I can figure how to put together a short Trip report.


    Oh and I had my first Dole Whip, I like.
     
  12. declansdad

    declansdad DIS Dad #639 New Brunswick, Canada

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    Morning Matt.


    Look at it this way, it's not a late afternoon Friday meeting.
     
  13. declansdad

    declansdad DIS Dad #639 New Brunswick, Canada

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    That's a normal walking day at WDW isn't it? ;)

    Congrats on the 10 miler and the Dole Whip.
     
  14. FreezinRafiki

    FreezinRafiki Cold enough for ya?

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    I have their 18-270 on my Canon right now. It's on the heavy side, but it sure makes it nice not having to switch out lenses while walking around WDW.

    Welcome Back! Can't wait to see the pictures.

    Have a great trip, Stopher!

    Welcome Home!
    Ahh....everyone remembers their first time. :thumbsup2
     
  15. afwdwfan

    afwdwfan DIS Dad #460

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    Morning... boss is back at work, so hopefully once I get him caught up, I can go back to doing the work of one person. I hope to be back to my usual screwing around on the Disboards time soon! :thumbsup2 :rotfl2::rotfl::lmao:
     
  16. GoofyIsAsGoofyDoes

    GoofyIsAsGoofyDoes Dis Dad #469 . . . . "Nation Ford", SC

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    ‘Morning all…



    That’s a might dark.
    If “dejavu” is the same thing as “routine” then I see that all the time :lmao:

    Seriously though, here’s to having a little less weirdness running through your day.
    :drinking1



    Yah, we miss hearing from you, but things change and other responsibilities work their way into our time.
    :hourglass

    Enjoy the chance to be aboard the Magic and drop back in whenever the mood strikes.
    We'll be here...




    Good to hear from you as well.
    :wave2:

    I was unaware that you were struggling with job issues, but I’m glad to hear that you’ve found a new path.
    Congrats on the change and may it continue to be an improvement.
     
  17. BigTikiDaddy

    BigTikiDaddy DIS Dad #574 Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

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    These bosses really need to start being more sensitive to the important things in life. :rotfl2:
     
  18. twokids0204

    twokids0204 DIS Dad #561

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    :wave2: Stopher...

    Have an awesome cruise!
     
  19. twokids0204

    twokids0204 DIS Dad #561

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    Duuuude!

    Take care of yourself.
     
  20. moose615

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    What's your overall opinion of the race? The good and bad? Thinking of running it next year
     
  21. RodBelding

    RodBelding <font color=red>DIS Dad #589<br><font color=royalb

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    Didn't see your PM till I got back, sorry! I did get a DisDad meet in at the race with Eric though. :thumbsup2


    It was ridiculously hot!!! :furious:

    Thanks!

    I'll give my 2 cents; The run itself was great (though hot). Well organized, plenty of water/powerade stops, and things along the way to keep your mind off the run(characters etc.). The post-party was a mess though. I don't think ending it inside a park is a good idea. DHS was way overcrowded and confusing to get to bag check, etc. We were really looking forward to the party, and ended up riding Star Tours once and heading out because it was a so crazy. Also, it's pretty late when you finish, so I may have just been a bit cranky... :lmao:
     
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