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  • Tonka is an American toy company most known for its signature toy trucks and construction equipment.
    boys
  • A male child or young man who does a specified job
  • A son
  • (boy) male child: a youthful male person; "the baby was a boy"; "she made the boy brush his teeth every night"; "most soldiers are only boys in uniform"
  • (boy) son: a male human offspring; "their son became a famous judge"; "his boy is taller than he is"
  • (boy) a friendly informal reference to a grown man; "he likes to play golf with the boys"
  • A male child or young man

oct 23, 2011 94/365
oct 23, 2011 94/365
Earth…sky…thunder… mountain…water… wind…fire…lake… These change And if these do not last Do man’s visions last? Do man’s illusions? Take things as they come All things pass End of “All Things Pass” by Lao-Tzu translated by Timothy Leary It wasn’t a bad day. It wasn’t much of a day at all. I know I’m spending too much time in my room. I’ll have to get out for a walk about the place tomorrow. I’m behind on responding to people here again; I’ll get to you all tomorrow. I promise. I really just didn’t feel like doing anything today—even taking this picture was –not really a chore or hard, just, well, it was just done to do and that’s about all I can muster for the moment on a lot of things. Made the mistake of mentioning the noise that is emanating from my heating and cooling unit at brunch this morning. It started because Gregory asked if I missed prayer this morning because I wanted to avoid him knowing that he would ask me to be deacon at mass. I replied that it really was due to my problems sleeping. That got Theodore to ask about the vent in the bathroom because he said his was never working. Tried to explain that it was a completely different system that was on a timer. That got Luke going because he was the one who complained about the bathroom vents always being on in the first place and so he had to rehash all his complaints. That made Louis upset because he was the one in charge of the building project and had to deal with the vent situation in the first place. After about five minutes of them going around they finally got back to me and asked if I could just close my bathroom door when the vent is on. I had to remind them that it wasn’t my vent that was making the noise it was my heating unit—they said they were a bit loud when they were on. Then I lost my temper a bit because mine isn’t on and it still makes that noise. It did finally stop making the noise last night at 2:30 but started up again sometime before I woke up at 5. They finally all agreed that I should have told maintenance about it. I reminded them that I just moved back on Thursday. I don’t have a real dog. I’ve had Shorty for about thirty years, however. He does seem to just be a part of my life. I rarely touch him; he just sits around. My parents never really bought us any stuffed animal toys. My sister had a Barbie—brothers and I had Tonka Trucks and cars and stuff. I did have a barn and a bunch of small plastic farm animals. We grew up on a farm, so we always had live animals—dogs and cats sure, but others as well. Horses and cows and pigs and stuff. So rather than buy us things that would eventually get ripped apart or abandoned, my parents just let us play with real animals that we would eventually kill and eat. I’m going to try and go to morning prayer tomorrow. Which may be a bit hard since it starts at 6:30. If I wake up in the middle of the night, I’ll just have to stay awake. That won’t be so bad. I love morning naps. Eugene was out for vespers and dinner tonight. He’s a member of our community that has been living and working at Boy’s Town for the last twenty or so years. I was glad to see him. He did make an effort to come and talk to me about what’s going on. It’s nice to hear that others went through similar things. It’s not completely the same, but he talked about leaving seminary between his 3rd and 4th years. He had also asked not to go back and was sent anyway. It was really the briefest of conversations, but it was helpful. Everyone here has been good that way. They haven’t pushed into long conversations about what is going on yet. Even Br. Mark—one of the righteous brothers—see a few days ago—came up to me tonight and asked if I was going to get back in the kitchen and taste some of my own cooking again. It doesn’t mean much to anyone else, but to me that was a big thing. OK, if I am going to wake up in the morning—well, if I’m going to sleep so that I can wake up in the morning—I best try and get into bed soon. You all have a good week. Thank you for listening and being out there.
thank you for my gifts [8 of 8]
thank you for my gifts  [8 of 8]
he got lots of gifts, from mum and dad, cathy in iowa, uncle lou a friend and uncle mark and aunt posey... opened gifts day after his b day and a few days later... i forgot to give him his music boxes and sand toys.. got a plate,cup and dish and tonka trucks from uncle mark and aunt posey cathy gave clothing, his first IH, international harvester t shirt, and a book uncle lou gave a gift card to target i gave three puzzles, one with latches to hand manipulate and clothing, lots of socks, he needed socks and puzzles that make animal noises and musical instrument sounds to old macdonald had farm, and two balls lucky boy jake

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