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Sunday, July 25, 2010

Too Much Stress!


What's so hard about selling a 1973 International 1/2 ton pickup? Between low-ballers, crack-heads, tweakers and no-shows, I'm ready to scream! Is $2,000 too much for a daily driver? Hmm? Opinions, please

Kellan, the aggravated old warhorse.

Posted by Kellan Meig'h at 4:29 PM
Edited on: Sunday, July 25, 2010 10:51 PM
Categories: Family, Friends, General Blogging, Ranting, The Soapbox

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

New Chapter!

Hey All!

Chapter 12 of "End Game" has been posted. This particular chapter should tie "Defiance" and "End Game" together firmly.


Kellan, the old warhorse

Monday, July 12, 2010

Trip Number Two to the DMV for "The Buffalo"

Today I made trip number two to the DMV to finish the registration for the vehicle known as "The Great White Buffalo". Previously I had paid $195 USD for various fees and today, I spent another $305 USD to finish up.

An even $500 USD was a lot of cash to trade for one year's registration but I guess there's no fighting the Gov't. The bad part is our Explorer "The Exploder" and "The Buffalo" are both due in the same month next year so registration will cost maybe a cool grand. Grrr . . .

Take care,


Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Rest In Peace

Rest In Peace


Baby The Cat

1999 - 2010

Baby lost her battle with cancer, taking a turn for the worse yesterday. We all knew it was time and I think she knew too.

You will always be remembered.

Posted by Kellan Meig'h at 5:44 PM
Categories: Family

Thursday, July 01, 2010

Not Good . . .

Something had a foreboding feeling all day today. I couldn't put a finger on it but it was there.

This afternoon, my tigress told me she had been laid off from her job. Yeah. No warning, too.

So this leaves us needing to pull in the old belt a few notches and look at where we can cut corners. I'm glad I hadn't been able to secure lodging for Further Confusion in January. That would have been something we wouldn't have been able to swing right now.

It's also a good thing I didn't buy a brand new truck because we would have been hurting for sure. Gah, we have such bad luck . . .