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Definitely panic or maybe that is just the scurvy talking. So much to get done and just started new job, so can't take off all the time I need. Late nights here I come.
 

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Definitely panic or maybe that is just the scurvy talking. So much to get done and just started new job, so can't take off all the time I need. Late nights here I come.
Same here. I started a new job a month ago so I don't have the holiday entitlement yet. I have to try an arrange my normal days off with them and pick days that suit me wherever I can.
 

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Not panicked but concerned for sure.

I've mentioned on a different thread that I'll be in Vegas for a friend's wedding on Halloween. As of today...........I don't have a costume.

Whatever I pick must fit in a suitcase and get past airport security. This is a problem.

I don't like anything cutsey, pretty, or glamorous. I like scary, bloody, and horrifying.

But, if I DID do something different then a lot of people would be shocked. I just don't know if I can bring myself to do it.......
 

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Not really panicking *twitch, twitch* But then the wife and i dont countdown to Halloween per say......we countdown til the day we set up our yard display. *twitch* And that day is *shutter, twitch* only *twitch twitch* 40 days away. *twitch, shutter, convulse*. Nope *twitch twitch* NOT PANICKING!

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No panic. We've hit the 100+ degree days here in Texas and it's just too hot to get worked up about anything. ;)
I'm just passing the time carving as many artificial pumpkins as I can until October, when the real fun begins!
 

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Woot!!!! Im getting more and more excited!!! I have been working here and there to insure i will be done on time. Then again, sometihing always happens at the very last minute to put me behind...ugh!!!
 

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I hear that. Here in Phoenix, we're into the "monsoon" season, which means high humidity. Don't believe that stuff about it being a dry heat here. From June to September, it's pretty humid. Granted, it's probably relative, but still sucks. I've been working in my 100˚-110˚ garage because I don't have much of a choice and I have to get these things done.

It's so f'ing hot still and I finally feel like working on things but can't because it's too damn hot and HUMID.
 

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I hear that. Here in Phoenix, we're into the "monsoon" season, which means high humidity. Don't believe that stuff about it being a dry heat here. From June to September, it's pretty humid. Granted, it's probably relative, but still sucks. I've been working in my 100˚-110˚ garage because I don't have much of a choice and I have to get these things done.
I hear you guys, bonus on my end my A/C was broke for 2 weeks (the earliest they could replace it), so I feel like I'm behind already :eek:
 
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