Freyedae Funeezez

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About Den

Always in search of interesting things to post. Armed with knowledge and dangerous with the ladies.
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11 Responses to Freyedae Funeezez

  1. Den says:

    Well good morning everyone!

    Sunny and mild here today, all perked up and semi-painfree, sniffles trying to sneak in due to the near end of the ‘bug’ incubation period, the bug I received while under Dr’s care.

    Hanging in tho, could be closing the house deal early next week, I have been organizing the last couple days, boxing, getting ready to move out of the Tin Palace.

    Today is kick back and relax, lunch wit-da-boys, Tom Rigney later on.
    Been one hell of a year so far in Den’s world.

    • º¿carol says:

      You’re sooo improved! It’s like the gallbladder was your worst problem, and you were stubborn when you knew better.

      It’s good you’re feeling better…life is meant to be….lived! I wish a good woman like me would wander your way. You need someone to take care of you. A companion first, caregiver secondary. You should either hit a bar, or a church to find that woman.

  2. Den says:

    March 18 1919, Duluth MN:

  3. David B. Benson says:

    Same as yesterday but turkey vegetable soup today.

  4. º¿carol says:

    Wednesday, horrible winds, huge gusts….we lost power. Flickered off, came back, but it didn’t last. It went out at 3:26 p.m. We sat around the living room, starring out the window, talking. At one point Bob took a nap, the mailman brought my issue of THE WEEK…I read the whole thing! Usually takes me a week to get thru THE WEEK.

    We finally went to bed at 11:00 p.m., sick of talking to each other, lol. According to Bob, the insomniac, power came back at midnight. I didn’t notice: I’m the sleeper in the house. *zzzz…*

    Been catching up on everything ever since. Tomorrow is grandson Nicholas’ 6th birthday party. I made a dish to pass, that’s just one thing I’ve been doing. Always stuff to do.

    I like my routines though. Power failure really sets me back. But here I am!!! Catching up.

  5. David B. Benson says:

    Den — You are completely giving up the Tin Palace?

  6. Den says:

    Tom Rigney was amazing, he played the fiddle with a lead guitar and bass, drums of course and a most amazing Honky-Tonking piano player I have ever heard, a cute gal with mighty nimble fingers.

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