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Re: Events that Mark the Passing of Time

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12-21-2013 05:54:35

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Every day before I go to bed I write down in a log what I did that day, have kept it up now for 15 years. Sometimes I read them and it amazes me how it jogs my memory to remember that day/week and the details that come back to mind.

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12-21-2013 16:33:20

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 Re: Events that Mark the Passing of Time in reply to farmerjohn, 12-21-2013 05:54:35  
kept a log since 1983. Truly amazing how much stuff you forget. Sometimes you wonder if you really did all that.

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12-21-2013 12:50:17

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 Re: Events that Mark the Passing of Time in reply to farmerjohn, 12-21-2013 05:54:35  
Glad to here someone else does that too. I"ve kept a log book for 23 years. Started it the day I was laid off from a job. That was the only layoff I suffered in 35 years of engineering work.

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12-21-2013 09:29:28

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 Re: Events that Mark the Passing of Time in reply to farmerjohn, 12-21-2013 05:54:35  
My Dad did that also, for years. Stan

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12-21-2013 19:17:23

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 Re: Events that Mark the Passing of Time in reply to 37Chief, 12-21-2013 09:29:28  
Aug 31 2013, my wife lost her battle with cancer. Jealous she is with Jesus and sad that it is just the boys and I for Christmas.

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