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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

it's Wednesday

Good morning from a very cold mid Michigan. As if that's any thing new. Our weekend was fairly uneventful. Well, except we've got a new president, and hopefully a new direction. But back to me. After all, this blog is called Wayne's World, so it's all about me right? Soooo, we spent the weekend laying low. Craig fixed a wonderful mock Lasagna that I'll do a separate post on. ( After all the please post food comments I got, he's let up on me.) We started our 2nd puzzle. I forget how addicting they can become! We started this one on Sunday, and in just 3 days, we have just the bottom section left to complete.
We also ran the mo-ho and generator, and also his Honda that's stored for the winter. We try and do that once a month.

Oh, and I finally caught a rabbit! And entered him in the Wayne Relocation Program! I'm sorry, but I can't divulge his new location. Just to say no harm was done to the little bastard cute thing!
That's all I've got time for this morning. Now it's off to work! I've got a very long day today. 7:30am to 7:15pm.


  1. My mother use to do puzzles alot, but she's gotten out of it for some reason. I'm going to ask her what's up with that. Have a good day!--Randy

  2. Anonymous7:55 AM

    With all the very cold weather, me thinks, you should enter the "Wayne relocation program"!(just kidding here)
    Ken from San Diego

  3. LOL! Loved the "relocation program"! I'm with you. Even as troublesome as they are, I could not kill them.

    As for puzzles being addictive, amen! I've been cold turkey for many years, but the recent fiasco with the dog that necessitated my putting two together has given me the itch again, and your post did not help.

  4. The weather has been extra crappy lately, oh well a few more months and back to warmer weather.

    My babe has these muskrats that come into his garden, if you don't know what that is, just think of a rat twice the size of a rabbit with nasty teeth, so I'll trade you for a rabbit! ;)

  5. Anonymous11:46 AM

    I wish I had room to do puzzles.

    Soon, I will! :D



  6. I hesitate to tell you what we do with rabbits here in France. They sure are tasty!

    Wascally wabbit!