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MacGreg last won the day on April 29 2018

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    Being in the great outdoors, creative writing, visual arts, vinyl records, philosophy, philanthropy, good books, good whiskey, good boys, intelligent conversations, travel

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  1. good morning Sir, coffee?



    1. MacGreg


      And a cinnamon roll, too? you spoil me, girl. Thank you!

    2. mollyhousemouse


      You're very welcome Sir

  2. MacGreg

    Money Talks

    Def, I was just thinking about you last night, wondering how you've been. It's good to hear from you. Thanks for taking the time to read this chapter and leave a comment. Cheers - Mac
  3. good morning Sir



  4. Excellent start. I'm a huge music fan of many genres, and this tune is not instantly recognizable as anything else. Hope you finish it!
  5. MacGreg


    Sure, they're not bulls. 😏
  6. MacGreg


    I believe those elk are illegally parked.
  7. MacGreg

    San Diego

    Well, you know me, I love flawed characters, so Wren has already sparked my interest. He's young, stressed and in search of his life's path, so some of his actions are forgivable. We all do stupid or mean things when we feel backed into a corner. Personally, I thought how he treated Travis was apropos. Later, he might come around to being more sympathetic, but for now, it's time for Travis to eat crow, and Wren should revel in that for a bit. As for Branson... Well, he wouldn't pursue just anyone - his sights were set squarely on Wren for a reason. He recognized potential. No doubt Wren isn't self-aware enough to know what sparked the Dom's interest. Sorry I'm late to this story, Wayne. It's a great first chapter! Cheers
  8. good morning Sir




    1. MacGreg


      Happy day to you, too, molly. 

  9. Sorry about the first 3 games, A. Very strange. May they win the next one.

    1. BHopper2


      Yeah. It's like they've forgotten how to play hockey. I would love to see my boys win the next four, they've came close before, but I hope they at least win one.

      I feel, what happened was in Game 1, when they blew a 3-0 lead, by letting score in the third, they lost something in that game, and the third period yesterday, we saw them again. If Copper hadn't pulled Vasy, we may have kept it 2-1, scored and forced an overtime.

      Also, the Lightning were playing the Refs last night too. Not making an excuse, there were plenty of penalties the Blue Jackets did, that were never called. My boys had 0 power plays last night.

  10. MacGreg


    I couldn't be happier to see you post something, boy. This poem is clearly written from your heart, and I love it. Bleeding has never been, nor will it ever be, required of you - not by me - so put that out of your head right now. Obedience can be demonstrated in everyday ways, even the small stuff. Concentrate on that. i won't ever demand anything more from you. xo
  11. “Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will then gradually, without noticing it, live along some distant day into the answer.” ― Rainer Maria Rilke

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    2. MacGreg


      It's a Rilke-reading kind of day

    3. mad_artist


      beautiful Sir

    4. MichaelS36


      Sometimes we need to simply accept 

  12. That was one of the most exciting Avalanche games I've ever seen. Our boys still got it. 

    1. mollyhousemouse


      yes it was Sir! Nathan McKinnon is amazing

  13. MacGreg


    The power of this poem is in its succinctness. Brief phrases that mirror the briefness (and excitement) of the encounter. Excellent, form or no form.
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