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Aboutusd

A little background on my family and I.

About


 

Family

I started this website to have an identity. As a teenager and adult with ADD, I have found it very difficult to stick with anything for more than 2 weeks. I go from PS4, then reading, then Khan Academy, the setting up my basement, then doing house projects, then fishing, then Netflix, then HBO, them PSVR, then back to PS4. It has been even more difficult on my very patient and kind hearted wife. We have been married since 2005, and everyday she grows to understanding more about what its like to live with me, and raise kids with me. Without her, I would truly be lost in this world. She is the glue which keeps our lives together. She is a tremendous mother, wonderful wife, loving naturist, amazing gardener

Fall 2017

Fall 2017

 

Children

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Mydaughter aged 7, and my son aged 5. My daughter is very intelligent all around…she like to read Harry Potter, Ice skating and yes… LOL dolls. She occasionally finds her way in the basement to see what I am up too and maybe help out. When my son is not laughing or being silly, he is playing with his Legos, Minecraft or helping finding his way around the basement. This picture was maybe to be one of the Christmas 2018 photos.

 

Dogs

We are a dog family. The Piebald dachshund is the old lady who doesn’t take kindly to other dogs getting close to any of us. The black lab/pointer mix we got from the SPCA when she was 1 year old. She didn’t like feet or legs when we got her. If any of those body parts got close to her, she would freeze like a deer caught in headlights while staring at the appendage. Once the appendage got too close, she would jump up and high and as fast as she could to free herself from the potential calamity.  Now as soon as I lay on the couch, she becomes a 60lb lap dog. :)

We are a dog family. The Piebald dachshund is the old lady who doesn’t take kindly to other dogs getting close to any of us. The black lab/pointer mix we got from the SPCA when she was 1 year old. She didn’t like feet or legs when we got her. If any of those body parts got close to her, she would freeze like a deer caught in headlights while staring at the appendage. Once the appendage got too close, she would jump up and high and as fast as she could to free herself from the potential calamity.

Now as soon as I lay on the couch, she becomes a 60lb lap dog. :)