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August Roll Call

August Roll Call with a Poll  

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  1. 1. What is your favorite lazy day activity?

    • Reading
      4
    • Lounging pool side
      0
    • Shopping, cha ching!
      0
    • Playing a round of golf
      0
    • Video games are my thing.
      1
    • Spending time catching up with friends
      1
    • Playing with kids and/or grandkids
      0
    • Surfing the internet
      0
    • None of these things, I will tell you in a post.
      0
    • Cleaning my house
      0
    • Lazy day, what would one of those be? I need instructions.
      1
    • Invent something new
      0
    • Outdoors something.
      0
    • This is a lame poll.
      0

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Since Aiel Heart isn't here, I figured what the heck, let's do something different. 

 

 

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mines actually a combo. reading and video games, and tv. which i usually try and pack into sunday afternoons.

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Hanging out with you, Sis. That would be my favorite thing. We really need to try to squeeze a morning or afternoon in sometime before the end of the year. Maybe two. 

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Don't really get lazy days with a 3 and half month old but when I have time to myself, I game. Getting back into WoW specifically...I was doing so well before it dragged me back in with the newest expansion

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Lessa, I don't get lazy days either and I don't have a baby to use as an excuse either. I miss them being young and wanting my attention. All of mine are grown,  out of the house and married. I do get to see the granddaughter some. She turns 4 next month. I think it is about time someone gives me another grandchild so I can cuddle and spoil them. 

 

Enjoy this time, it goes too quickly. 

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I can never get in enough reading time. It just isn't possible. 

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