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43 minutes ago, petitepedal said:

I have a date with my Trainer...I see an AZZ kicking in my future...

We can not call it domestic violence since you two are not technically dating 

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48 minutes ago, petitepedal said:

Heck no..he is married..and at 37..young enough to be my kid...we are not dating..but we are "seeing each other"...and at least one of us gets hot and sweaty :whistle:

Hot sex?? I say go for it. 

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I have no idea. I actually sent him a surprise V-day card just a few days before he flew over to spend time with me here.  It was a great surprise...because it was unexpected for him...to get a V-day card in the snail mail.  

I can see us having a little cake pastry to celebrate V-day....which we experience ….daily.

He walks through -25 C -  -30 C winter cold to meet me after work.  :) 

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20 hours ago, ChrisL said:

My wife is having a crown put on that day. No plans, we don’t get too wrapped up in big VDay extravaganzas.  

Your wife is becoming a queen on Valentines day... Thats nifty!

You better treat her like one :) 

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On 2/7/2019 at 7:00 PM, KrAzY said:

I plan on making a lot of guys angry like last year (that's why I wear a helmet... also it hides the ugly nicely) ... For the last two years I rode around on my motorcycle and at stop light I would get off the bike and run car to car handing out childish Valentine cards to ladies.. It makes people smile, and some of their guys friends find it either funny or it really makes them mad :)

This year I will be handing this card out to about 70 lucky ladies... I did did not magically come up with that number... IT's because that's all the card stock sheets I had on hand when I made the cards... If the new shipment comes in before that big day.. I might make a different set... but for now this is the one they will be getting. 

 

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I see a February 15th thread in your future. Lots of fisticuffs, and a cracked helmet. I wish you well in this endeavor. 

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Driving to Cincinnati on Thursday. I have to work half a day so we probably won't make it all the way to Cincy. We'll visit family and come back home on Monday.

Bought WoJSTL a new Fitbit watch that's she's been wanting.

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3 hours ago, AirwickWithCheese said:

I see a February 15th thread in your future. Lots of fisticuffs, and a cracked helmet. I wish you well in this endeavor. 

 will be fine..  Simmons like this kind of thing.. some guys do also. :)

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I will be meeting with two Senators from NY to discuss the crisis in early intervention services for preschoolers with disabilities.  The 13th which is my birthday, I will be doing the same thing in Albany.  I don't love any of it.

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On ‎2‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 11:01 AM, JerrySTL said:

Driving to Cincinnati on Thursday. I have to work half a day so we probably won't make it all the way to Cincy. We'll visit family and come back home on Monday.

Bought WoJSTL a new Fitbit watch that's she's been wanting.

Change of plans. Not driving to the wilds of Ohio. One of the grandsons is sick and WoJSTL wants to help his mother nurse him back to health. He should be good in a week or so.

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6 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

Do you think you are single for life, that women are too much of a pain in the ass?  Conversely, do you think you are too much of a pain in the ass for women?

:scratchhead:Those are good questions.Not sure. Some women can be a PITA, specially if they don't ride IMO. I never thought about me. I've never been told anything close to it from chicks dated.

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15 minutes ago, bikeman564™ said:

:scratchhead:Those are good questions.Not sure. Some women can be a PITA, specially if they don't ride IMO. I never thought about me. I've never been told anything close to it from chicks dated.

It is interesting to think about.   So many women are too much of a PITA to put up with at all, especially as they get older.  Same with dudes, though, we age up and are not as much of a bowl of cherries as we used to think we were.  At some point, it just isn't worth it to be with someone or someone who would have jumped at the chance to date you ten years earlier and reaches that same conclusion about you.  I don't like getting old.

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10 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

It is interesting to think about.   So many women are too much of a PITA to put up with at all, especially as they get older.  Same with dudes, though, we age up and are not as much of a bowl of cherries as we used to think we were.  At some point, it just isn't worth it to be with someone or someone who would have jumped at the chance to date you ten years earlier and reaches that same conclusion about you.  I don't like getting old.

I want BCC, and getting old sucks

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On ‎2‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 4:01 PM, Airehead said:

I will be meeting with two Senators from NY to discuss the crisis in early intervention services for preschoolers with disabilities.  The 13th which is my birthday, I will be doing the same thing in Albany.  I don't love any of it.

We used to be friends with NY State Senator Sheffer,  He's long since retired.

He was born on March 25, 1948. He attended school in Williamsville, Erie County, New York. He graduated B.A. from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. He graduated J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law.[1]

He entered politics as a Republican, and was Mayor of Williamsville from 1977 to 1978.

He was a member of the New York State Assembly from 1979 to 1988, sitting in the 183rd, 184th, 185th, 186th and 187th New York State Legislatures.

He was a member of the New York State Senate from 1989 to 1993, sitting in the 188th, 189th, and 190th New York State Legislatures. He resigned his seat on September 19, 1993, to pursue an academic career at the University at Buffalo.[2]

Beginning in January 1994, he taught at the University at Buffalo Law School and the School of Architecture and Planning.[3] He also held administrative posts at the University, and was Director of the Institute for Local Governance and Regional Growth from 1997 to 2005.

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50 minutes ago, bikeman564™ said:

I want BCC, and getting old sucks

Have you showed her your groin area yet?  Chicks dig that, maybe take a picture of it and text it to her as your valentine's day present to her.

"Here ya go, baby, happy Valentine's Day!"

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37 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

Have you showed her your groin area yet?  Chicks dig that, maybe take a picture of it and text it to her as your valentine's day present to her.

"Here ya go, baby, happy Valentine's Day!"

I am shocked that no one has seconded my incredibly good advice.

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1 hour ago, Randomguy said:

Have you showed her your groin area yet?  Chicks dig that, maybe take a picture of it and text it to her as your valentine's day present to her.

"Here ya go, baby, happy Valentine's Day!"

hope I don't send it to you by mistake ;)

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6 hours ago, Zephyr said:

We normally do not do anything for our Valentines day.  

But this year our University Alumni magazine published a contest where you could tell the story how you met at UNB.  We have a pretty cute story so we wrote it up and sent it in with pictures and we won!. So we are getting to go out for a nice Valentines dinner on the Alumni.  B)

Please share this winning story. 

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My Dr appt was abruptly cancelled, originally for today...rescheduled for Valentines Day. It is at 3:00 so should make it home in time to take wife to dinner. Son's birthday is today so already have cake and ice cream...but that should be gone by Thursday. :whistle:

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On 2/11/2019 at 5:28 PM, Airehead said:

Please share this winning story. 

Here is the story.  What we did is we each sat down and wrote our version without discussing it with the other, then we pieced them together into one story.  (Its a little long, sorry)

WHEN JAY MET NATALIE

 

NATALIE – Coming from Prince Edward Island to attend UNB for my Education degree, I arrived as an already certified lifeguard that worked the summers on the beaches of Prince Edward Island.  As a student, I decided to help with my costs for attending University and took on a job working part time at the two swimming pools found on campus.

JAY - The first week of my first year at UNB, I read an ad in “The Brunswickan” that the UNB Scuba club was going to hold an information session about a SCUBA course being held at the Sir Max Aitken pool on campus.  Having wanted to learn to dive since seeing my older cousin dive years before, I attended the session and took the ten-week long course my first term, finishing the course in December. 

 

NATALIE – During my time at UNB, I worked as a part time lifeguard on a steady regular basis to put a little spending money in my pocket.  It was a great job, on campus, great facilities, and they were really accommodating working around our study/class schedules. 

JAY - Throughout my years at UNB, my extra-curricular activities revolved around the UNB SCUBA club.  From weekend dives planned in the Bay of Fundy, to trips on the UNB Boat located in St Andrews, weekend trips to Northern New Brunswick or Halifax to explore the oceans in those areas, to helping out with courses that were taught each term at the pool on campus, I spent a great deal of time at the pool and thought I knew all the life guard staff.

 

NATALIE - January 1987, the start of my final term at UNB. The first Friday before classes resumed, I did my regular lifeguard shift at the Lady Beaverbrook Residence swimming pool and then headed down the hill to the Sir Max Aitken swimming pool to cover someone else’s shift. That swim turned out to be the UNB SCUBA club’s regular night for students to practice their skills. As the next course had not started yet, this was a play night for them.

JAY - Scuba courses at UNB ran every Monday night, 2 hours in the classroom and two hours in the pool.  On the following Friday evening there was a one-hour pool session for people in the course to come in and practice the skills that they had learned the previous Monday.  During the first week of January 1987, the course was not going to start until the following Monday so there would be no students around. It was used as a free time for members of the club to come and practice their skills or just to play in the water.  It was a great stress relief after a hectic week of classes and was well attended. 

 

NATALIE - As I sat in the lifeguard chair my attention was continually caught by a male who was up to mischief and because he stayed under water, I could not get his attention to reprimand him. He would swim to the bottom of the deep end with flutter boards and aim them at swimmers above and let them fly. He undid lane ropes and attached them to unsuspecting divers as they swam by.

JAY - When I walked onto the deck of the pool, I went to go chat with the lifeguards who (I thought) I knew all on a first name basis.  There was a lifeguard working that night, someone I had never met before.  This was a bit of a surprise so I just turned and headed to the SCUBA equipment after waving a feeble ‘hello’ across the pool deck.  The night was a typical play night where we would put on weight belts, take our fins off and wrestle on the bottom, or sink flutter boards to the bottom and time letting them go to try to hit other divers swimming by.  I noticed several times when I popped my head up that the lifeguard was looking at me and afraid she was going to say something, I would duck underwater before she got the chance.  At one point I wanted to unhook the buoy line at the edge of the deep end but it was right under the lifeguard seat where she was sitting.  Looking up through the water I could see her looking down at me so I kept my head underwater and reached up and unhooked the line. I then swam the line down and hooked it to another diver’s tank and swam away.  I came to the surface at the other side of the pool (far away from her) but I could see her smiling to herself as the diver was trying to swim away and could not figure out why he was not going anywhere.

 

NATALIE – SCUBA had always intrigued me so before the swim was over, I asked one of the divers who I would speak to about taking a course. When I spoke with this person, I was told the class for that term was full. Suddenly the mischief maker jumped out of the pool and walked up and said, “She’s in.” The reply was that they didn’t have enough gear. His answer, “She can use my gear.” And with that he walked away.

Let’s just say that by now I was quite intrigued by this individual. He was cute, funny, and a bit of a rascal.

 

JAY - While sitting on the side of the pool, I noticed the lifegaurd get down and walk over to speak to one of the divers.  The diver pointed at another member of the SCUBA club, who was helping to organize the course that was starting in three days.  She walked over and as they were talking the member was shaking his head, “No”.  Knowing that the course was already full because of the number of sets of gear we had, I got up and walked over to where they were standing.  Guessing what they were talking about I said, “She’s in.  Let her take the course.”  Rick replied that we did not have enough gear.  I shrugged and said, “She can use mine.” Then I turned and walked away.

In the four years I was helping with courses at UNB, they were always full.  I had never done that before and never did it again.  To this day I have never figured out what made me walk over and offer my gear to her.

 

NATALIE - Over the next two and a half months I got to know this Jay White and although I thought he was interested in me, he just never asked me out. Finally, I decided enough was enough and invited him over for supper and the rest is history.

JAY - During the course that Natalie was now taking, we got to know each other and got along very well.  We spent a fair bit of time together and became great friends.  Near the end of her course we had supper at her house one night and decided to take this friendship to the next step.  When one of our closest diver friends found out we were now dating, he looked at me and said, “Well it’s about bloody time!”

NATALIE and JAY - We married in 1990, and that fall Jay joined the RCMP. We lived in Newfoundland for 9 years, Nova Scotia for 8 years and now BC for 10 years. We have raised three fantastic children and have enjoyed a life of fun and adventure.  We still dive together and now with our three children as well.  Jay teaches diving to Police for a living now and has even returned to UNB as a guest speaker in science courses on doing police work underwater.  We have often told the story of how we met and always get a positive response.  Jay likes to add that he was on the deck of the pool strutting around in a speedo (he wasn’t) the night we met and that is what made me notice him, but I (Natalie) am doing the final edit so got to take that part out.

We are thankful to UNB, not only for our years of education, but also that it was the place we met and started our story together.

 

They also wanted pictures, so we included two, one of us last year in St Lucia still doing what we lovejaynnat.thumb.jpg.4a931afa4284f47e25bda1faa13a2b29.jpg

And this one.  A couple years ago, for the first time we hired a professional photographer to take a good picture of the two of us for our 25th wedding anniversary.  This is what we ended up with, which pretty much sums up our 30 years together

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I'm going over to my brother's house on Valentine's Day, while he's a work, to visit his wife.

She'll take a break from her work-from-home accounting job, brush back her blonde hair, smile and say, "I think you know where the dog's leash is. Thanks for walking Jake."

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