After serving in the U.S. Navy for five years, culminating with a six month deployment to first Persian Gulf war (you know, the popular short one) I got out and attended Indiana University where I met my wife Debi. We have been married for going on 13 years and we have three children, Jacob 10, Elli 7 and the Jesse the Kid 4. I work for the local school system as a computer and network technician. I also have various hobbys and pursuits too numerous to list here. And, and and....my teen angst has almost entirely subsided. Whew, what a relief!
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The last batch you gave us was AMAZING. I'm not much for dark roasts, but this is good stuff. The taste comes charging up at you, and then subsides right before you think it is going to become bitter. Just when I needed a new reason to get up in the morning!
ah yes! the relief of a low-angst existence! when i went to kate's 40th b-day, several people told kate that i was just like i used to be only nicer...alot nicer. being an icu nurse i don't get worked up until somebody's dying. nice to see you on here!
Wes! How are you doing! I hope all is well and fine for you. It is so nice to see you. I posted a film that may be of interest to you. I hope it brings back good feelings. I just wanted to drop a quick Hello....talk to you soon.
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