Some Days You Are The Windshield…

Today, I’m the bug. 

Why is it that right before a vacation, I get sick?  Add to that my family is stepping all over some boundaries that are about to make me move with no forwarding address.  God, really… what so ever I did in a former, current, or future life… I’m deeply sorry for.  Really.  I won’t do it (or perhaps, as the case may be, them) again.  I’ve learned my lesson; whatever it was supposed to be.  Just give me some cover fire to get back to the trenches cause it SU-UCKS out here in “no-man’s-land”.


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