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The 6 Phases of Working

 Phase 1 

You are listening to jazz -- Your first day at work is great.. 
Your co-workers are wonderful, your office is cute, 
you love your boss.
Phase 2

You are listening to pop music -- After a while you are 
so busy that you are not sure if you're coming or going anymore. 

Phase 3

You are listening to heavy metal -- 
This is what happens after about SIX Months! 

Phase 4

You are listening to hip hop -- You become bloated due to stress, 
you're gaining weight due to lack of exercise because you are so 
tired and have so much work to do and when you get home you have more work to do. 
You feel sluggish and suffer from constipation. 
Your fellow co-workers are too cheerful for your liking and the walls of your cubicle are closing in. 

Phase 5

You are listening to GANGSTA RAP -- 
After more time passes, your eyes start to twitch, 
you forget what a 'good hair day' feels like as you 
just fall out of bed and load up on caffeine.

Phase 6

You are listening to the voices in your head -- 
You have locked the office door to keep people out, 
You wonder WHY you are even here in the first 
place and WHY did I come to work today! 

My Mother

Peggy Keefer Gillis

PEGGY KEEFER GILLIS, 71, passed away April 15, 2009 after a brave battle with colon cancer. Peggy was born March 26, 1938 to Ina and Ferrell Keefer. She attended W.B. Ray High School (class of 1956) in Corpus Christi, Texas. After High School, Peggy attended Texas State College for Women in Denton, and The University of Texas in Austin. After raising 4 children, she became an entrepreneur. Peggy spent the next 17 years as a Hospice caregiver, while continuing to help others. Peggy is preceded in death by her father, Ferrell Keefer. She is survived by her mother, Ina Keefer; sons, Jeffrey V. Gillis (Sandy) and Gregory T. Gillis (Linda); daughters Shelley P. DeLuna (Louis), Kimberley G. Minchich (Matt); Grandsons, Nicholas, Joseph and Michael. A memorial service will be held Sunday, April 19, 2009 at 2:00 P.M., Brookside Funeral Home Cypress Creek, 9149 Hwy 6 North, Houston, TX. Peggy's family would like to thank the staff at Houston Hospice and ask that in lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Houston Hospice, 1905 Holcombe, Houston ,TX 77030. www.houstonhospice.org

The Election

Why are we even bothering to hold an election? On one side, you have a bitch who is a lawyer, married to a lawyer running against a lawyer who is married to a bitch who is a lawyer. On the other side, you have a war hero married to a good looking woman with big boobs who owns a beer distributorship. Is there even a contest here America?

Barbara Sue Daniel (Barbie) Fojtasek

BARBARA SUE (BARBIE) DANIEL FOJTASEK, age 43, of the Woodlands, Texas, passed away March 19, 2008 in San Pedro Sula, Honduras as a result of injuries incurred while on a Spring Break Cruise with her husband and two children. Barbie was born September 1, 1964 in Wharton, Texas. She graduated from Klein High School and Texas A&M University. Barbie was Treasurer of Daniel Resource Development where she worked with her two brothers, Bruce Daniel and William B. Daniel, IV and her father, William B. Daniel III. Barbie gave tirelessly of her time to her church, was an active parent and supporter of The John Cooper School, served as a counselor and camp director for The Pioneer and Discovery Conferences of The Hus Encampment and was an avid fan and faithful supporter of the Texas A&M family. The role Barbie loved and excelled at above all was that of Mother and Wife, constantly being involved with her children's activities and enrichment. It was uplifting just to see her enjoying her children! This rare, sweet person, in her too short time, brought joy and happiness to the many lives she touched. Barbie leaves to mourn her passing her devoted husband Glenn L. Fojtasek, and loving children, Zachary and Pamela. She is also survived by her parents William and Barbara Lee Daniel, her brother William and his children Robyn, William V, Alex, Sean and Rayne; brother Bruce, his wife Shonnie and their children Benjamin, Katie and Mitchell; sister Lee Ann McComas, her husband Wayne; and Natasha Lee Daniel. She was predeceased by her grandparents, Mr. And Mrs. William R. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. William B. Daniel, Jr. "She was the sunshine that brightened our lives!" Friends are cordially invited to a visitation from five until eight o'clock in the evening on Friday, March 28, 2008 in the chapel of Forest Park-The Woodlands, 18000 I45 South, The Woodlands, Texas. A celebration of Barbie's life will be held at eleven o'clock in the morning on Saturday, March 29, 2008 at Faith Bible Church, 5505 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands, Texas. Barbie will be laid to rest in Forest Park The Woodlands Cemetery with a reception to follow at the church. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial donations to The John Cooper School, One John Cooper Drive, The Woodlands, Texas 77381 or The Barbie Memorial at The Hus Encampment of The Unity of The Brethren c/o Marvin Chlapek, 11026 Elm Ridge Court, Houston, TX 77065-3226. 281-469-7630. If you wish to leave a tribute in memory of Barbie, please visit www.mem.com. As seen on http://www.legacy.com/houstonchronicle/DeathNotices.asp?Page=Lifestory&PersonId=106417457

20th Wedding Anniversary


I have been married to Linda for 20 years. It seems like only yesterday...

She surprised me the weekend before we took vacation. She was leaving to run some errands while I was cutting the yard. A few minutes after she left she pulled back in the driveway and said for me to hurry up and get in. I thought something must be wrong until she started her little whisper laugh "he he he he" over and over. A minute later we pulled up to the marquee in the front of our subdivision and there it was...

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