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 Merry Christmas
Soometimes, we forget what Christmas truly is, and I will admit I am guilty of that this year. This last month has been incredibly hectic with 2 jobs, a paper and final exam for my finance class and I decided to try some woodworking and build my son a table for his Thomas the Tank Engine Trains. This is taking up way more time than I ever thought it would. I'm to the point where I wished I would have bought on, but the one I am building is 6.5 ft by 3 ft, more than double the size of any one that I could find. I can not wait to see the look on his face when he takes the cover off that table.

The magic my son sees is what is keeping me going. Thank God I have of 12/26 so I can sleep until 12:00.

I all that combined, I have been unable to devote as much time to the blog as I would like this last month. I want to thank all of the regulars who stop by and say "What's up?"

Dr. Rick

We have a lot of work to do in 2006. We need to make sure that the Congress does not drop back to the Liberal Dark Side, and work to get Cheesesteak Ed out of office.

My wish for all of you is a very Merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Years. If you are not Christian, a Happy Chanukah. If you have a problem with this last line, you'll just have to deal with it.

Posted by Paul @ 8:54 AM 3 comments