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Well, another rally is history. It was a good, interesting rally. Let's see, I last wrote about Thursday evening. So now let's talk about Friday and today. Friday I decided to sleep as late as possible since the first thing going on was lunch. However, I woke up about 8:30. That left me about 2 hours to get ready. Now I may be slow, but not that slow! Lunch was at a place called "Papa's on the Lake". It's basically a big open room with garage doors for ...
... we went and back we came. The new printer is working very nicely. We got a lot of pictures reproduced and I got all the "legal" paperwork retyped. Finally we filled up four books, so we can get them to the new members. We told the president that we were only going to keep the stuff which relates to membership so he will have to find someone to take the rest of the stuff including the printer.
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... something to kick off. Yet, the two younger ones sat and watched Penguins of Madagascar a couple of times and then stood around watching the eldest play World of Warcraft for hours.
Ben appeared about half an hour before Chris returned and we decided to go get take out from Thai Siam and bring it back. Spent the evening persuading Ben that he can draw, as he draw his hand reasonably well. Made me start to consider what artwork to start on when I get back.
Today's description is simple: it rained.
Not in that drizzly English way, and not really in the short-but-wild-Tropical-storm Malaysian way, but heavily and prolonged with the odd spattering of crackly thunder and lightning. While the rest of the USA gets snow from the huge storm clouds blowing overhead, Texas gets rain and storms. It needed it though. The droughts have apparently been worse here than normal.
We headed to Ben's office for around 10am as he had a meeting with ...