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    So my wife has been in California for the last few days and the kids didn’t have school today (4 day weekend?), so I took off the day to be with them…

    Now I understand how tough my wife has it: (Please remember my kids are 10 & 6)

    Friday:
    8:00 am – My kids woke me up
    8:30 am – Logged on to work and 3Dshoots.com
    9:00 am – Fed the kids Breakfast (cereal) and had them wash up
    10:00 am – power goes out and we can’t watch TV. So the 4 of us (the dog included) take a hike at the club.
    11:30 am – Come back home. (Power’s not on) So we play Nintendo DS
    12:15 pm – power comes back on and the kids leave me to watch TV
    12:30 pm - Set up my target and shot for awhile in the front yard. My son and I shoot for awhile and I also got week 3 done for the 5spot league.
    1:00 pm – Kids and I are hungry. We eat Ice cream for lunch! (Have to make sure they get their servings of calcium)
    2:00 pm – Dog gets loose and chases 2 does and a small 6 point in the yard.
    2:30 pm – Recover dog from the woods from the backyard
    3:00 pm – Took a shower and got ready for us to go to dinner (Applebees)
    3:30 pm – go out to dinner and went to the store (needed to buy more ice cream)
    5:00 pm – Come home and get online to check work’s emails and 3Dshoots.com

    I should do this more often, it’s been one heck of a day!!!

    All I can think about is if the kids had school and didn't have to work, how much shooting I could do during the day

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    What a rough day!
    Hope ya can keep up!
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    Sweet...but no chocolate cake???


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    Ice Cream for lunch and you even defended it.......NICE
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Sounds like a great day you had there Jay. I just hope the little lady does not see the part about ice cream for lunch. I personally see nothing wrong with it.


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    Just be happy the kids are weaned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniper View Post
    Just be happy the kids are weaned.

    Well at ages 10 & 6, I sure hope so… unless you do things differently in your family?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Are View Post
    Well at ages 10 & 6, I sure hope so… unless you do things differently in your family?

    I know how old they are. Just happy you don't have to fill that role.
    Did you see that link with the English woman that still nurses her kids at eight and going?

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    Enjoy the time with your kids. I have Frisays off and try to spend it with my kids in the summer and during school I take and pick them up.

    I love to spend time with my children but I couldn't do it without my wife.
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