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How time will change....well nothing really.

Alas, after all this time and changes in the travel schedule, I am right back to where I started. The goal of changing employment was to reduce travel and spend more time with the rodents and wife. Not really happen here. Traveling is great for some or the single. But, when you have a family, not so much. However, being able to drive home at midnight due to a tween melt down is nice compared to being clear across the country.

I find myself looking for change yet again and wonder will it ever really change? Maybe what I need is an old BMW bike from the '50s and a leather jacket.


Kelsgarden said…
booya! teen meltdown this time...not wife ;)

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