Saturday, July 14, 2007

dribs and drabs

well guys its saturday, really been an uneventful week, just work and home and shit, many of you have followed the trials of my son, who by the way is doing fabulous now, so, he got a job working for panera bread company been there for about 6 weeks and just got promoted to head baker at the mentor ohio store, so he needed a car to start this job, and while i have gotten burned in the past this time i think is different so i "sold" him my beautiful 97 chevy monte carlo, and i bought last week a shiny white 02 pontiac grand am, bright chrome rims,sun roof, kick ass monsoon stereo system, and best of all, i am not thinking i told the future mrs. exbut being in the business i got the car at my dealership for 3800.00...can't beat that.......
i also started back working out this week ...seems that blogger moby has inspired me to get back even though he doesn't know it, but tired of setting on my ass feeling sorry for my self, so this is the beginning of new dave, positive outlook dave, look to the future and maybe do some traveling, (yeah right) would love to meet some fellow bloggers as you guys are an awesome bunch and feel right at home in our little blog world as part of a really great group....
all for now
out from beautiful cleveland ohio

4 comments:

Sh@ney said...

Cheers for the well wishes Dave...You sound like very interesting guy...I need to read some more now...xox

Journeyman said...

I'm glad to see your head up, Dave. Keep on keepin' on. And I'm about to join that bridage of people working out too. Just sitting around moping doesn't seem to do much for me. Off to the pool....

Creative Thinker said...

Dude -- not up the the full exercise regime now, but certainly need to with the diet -- Why can't we all have the body of a 25 year old? (in more ways than one). Good luck with the work outs.

Take care, baby -- S.

Bear Me Out said...

Dave, it will be up and down. don't expect it all to change at once. But go for what you can; just remember the down time will come back, but so will the up time. Just hold on, and keep moving up . . . . and OUT!

Glad to hear your son is getting to it.

Shalom & Cheers, Joe.