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1 minute ago, ejgaudette said:

Yes IPhone standard files are not accepted I have the same thing happen to me. I need to change the, to one of the other file types.

ahh, thanks, is it easy to change to one of the other file types?

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2 hours ago, TylorJudd said:

Lavender and Chamomile in front of the fire. Doggo has the same idea. Walk to work in the next 45 minutes.

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How far is the walk?

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12 minutes ago, EasyPutter said:

How far the thread has gone since reading it just after it posted!  My workday in a nutshell, drought to flood in moments and today started in flood.

Routine is up at 5am and sometimes it is the slowest part of the day catching up with Weather app and then what posted to FB since yesterday.  Can't stand stubble so shave is a must and over the top takes twice as long but it stays neat that way and doesn't require a comb. 

Mr. Coffee always makes my  6cups that goes into the thermos and covered mug that lasts until lunchtime then computers turned on and running to be in full ops by 6:30.  It is all telework since pandemic started 3 years ago and at Christmas the sprinklers in the Federal Building somehow tripped and the water damage is still being repaired with us back on max telework. 

Looking forward to 3pm when work ends to get groceries before heading to PGA HOPE indoor golf at Golf Dojo 12 miles away to hang out with Veteran friends for a couple hours, oh and swing clubs on the simulators for that 'what the heck was that' golf that in my experience doesn't translate to my outdoor golf very well.

Just fed the corgis and myself lunch and back to work for the afternoon.  [Yes that is a golf ball and no you are not going to find Waldo]

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19 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

How far is the walk?

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Its about 2.5k one way

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9 hours ago, Kenny B said:

I always wake up around 5am, give or take 15 minutes... habit from working for 50 years.  I lay in bed for several minutes happy that I woke up... deciding if I should get up.  I have to pee so I do.  My wife has started coffee, and I have 2 cups each morning.  I used to drink it black, but some time ago we started adding Baileys to it.  That got expensive when I retired, so searched for an alternative... tried them all; the best is Kirkland Irish Cream.  While having coffee I check MGS and decide the Plan for the Day.  Today is at least 2 hours of short game practice; 50º but wind picks up to 20-25mph by noon.  Honey-do's in the afternoon.

Believe this or not as long as I drove a truck on and off I was NOT a big coffee drinker. For me it was Pepsi. When I took a truck mechanic job here ( I can turn wrenches on them as good as I drive them) the guys had a big coffee urn like the ones you used to see in restaurants. I ended up drinking coffee all the time. We do ours with local honey and believe it or not dry regular powdered milk. 

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10 hours ago, Jim Shaw said:

I go to "choose files" below, pick my images on my mac or iPhone, press upload, then I get a message telling me the types of files that are accepted, for some reason mine arent'

Also a good idea, if you can, to make the file size smaller.  IPhone files can be quite large and if too big, will be rejected.  I always send files to Photos on my Mac, then export with high res and medium size… something that is about 80-150kb.  No reason to be be bigger and large files will eat into your allotted space.  Not sure what the limit is, but you have a limit.

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2 minutes ago, TheSuper said:

Good Morning ….my office view…. 👍

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34 minutes ago, TheSuper said:

Good Morning ….my office view…. 👍

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Must be a rough go! 😉

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1 hour ago, BIG STU said:

Love it man. Reminds me of growing up with us living literally in the middle of the course my old man ran. Later on being on some kind of mower at daylight. Now days I am retired but have my version of it during DST. Being a full member I have some privilages. I tee off basically at daylight before the Men's groups. Out there by myself enjoying the sights and smells. All that combines with the golf. Yeah I hate winter and non DST

Love my Wednesday mornings.

Get a bit of a sleep in because it's my single day off and Ivan and I have our Swimming Lessons together. 

Today was first time dunk day which was fun. 

However because he has more teeth coming in I had to wake him up to take him which was well entertaining. Managed to get down work done prior, good few cups of coffee and a decent breakfast. 

Now relax and enjoy the sunny weather.

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Mornings are my go time, have been since those loving Drill Sergeants chearfully woke us gently with garbage can lids banging the can.  It was early 1980s and training was shaped by Vietnam War doctrine of up before dawn to repel the morning attack, our before dawn was 3:30am which also had us doing physical training in the cool of the midwestern summer weather of Missouri.  So 5:00am is like sleeping in right? ⏰

Little extra time built in so the little bit that is afforded to getting brain in gear is before downstairs to put coffee on, cereal in the bowl, [work] computers on and connected, garbage rolled out today because it is Wednesday, Corgis brought in after their outside after wife gave them breakfast with a carrot snack to help them ignore edible things outside... ☕

To the basement telework 'office' [photo in yesterday's post] computers logged in to be online by 6:30 - regular programs booted to be fully functional sooner than later - this morning the ancient primary finance system program is on its 8th attempt to boot already...  it's 6:50am.   Yeah, finally it connected and the command prompt (it is that old) window is ready for text only inputs to pull the overnight reports that drives the first part of the work day. 💻🖥️

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Hold on to your hats all you coffee drinkers. I have never had a cup of coffee. Nope never! 

Typical mornings:

Wake up at 6:30 take a shower, get dressed, and let the dog out. Stroll over to my office and log in to work. Check for any urgent emails and answer. Open up MGS and see what's going on. Realize I got caught up and scramble to let the dog back in before he starts digging a hole somewhere. He is only a 9-month-old.  CRAP be right back forgot the dog.

Okay, I'm back. I can't eat or drink right away in the morning. My body needs wake up time. So around 9:00 I'll stroll to the kitchen and make myself something small (English Muffin, Bagel or some Eggo waffles) and have a hot chocolate or a soda. I keep MGS open most of the day (dual monitors). It might come across as I'm retired but I am still a full timer. Lunch time is noon, so another quick bite (sandwich) and practice some putting or range time on the simulator.  But Fridays are half days and I'm done by 11:45 so off to the course (weather permitting). Weekends start at 7:00am for me. Saturday is typical chores or maybe golf except during winter and early spring. My youngest is still in college and on the track team so Saturdays we usually go to her track meet wherever it may be. Sundays have always been my dedicated golf day. On the course around 8:00 am.     

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My alarm is set for 5:15 am but rarely goes off. I usually get up somewhere between 4:30 and 4:45.  I never was a coffee drinker and gave up sodas a few years back. Energy drinks have been my caffeine delivery vehicle for over 15 years.  Rockstar Zero Carb is my drink of choice.  I use to drink 1 every morning, but for the past couple of years I've started drinking a 2nd in the afternoons. We are leaving on an 8 day cruise Saturday and I figured smuggling 16 Rockstars on the ship was probably pushing my luck, so I have replaced my energy drinks with a caffeine pill.  I am on week 3 of a 200 mg pill in the morning and 1/2 pill in the afternoon which has gone surprisingly smoothly.  I don't miss the drinks nearly as much as I thought, and I'm saving a ton of money as a bonus.  My plan is to gradually start cutting down the dosage of the pills until I don't use them at all, but we'll see.  I could just as easily be back on the Rockstars the day we get back from the cruise!

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3 hours ago, BIG STU said:

Love it man. Reminds me of growing up with us living literally in the middle of the course my old man ran. Later on being on some kind of mower at daylight. Now days I am retired but have my version of it during DST. Being a full member I have some privilages. I tee off basically at daylight before the Men's groups. Out there by myself enjoying the sights and smells. All that combines with the golf. Yeah I hate winter and non DST

My thoughts exactly- instead of getting on the equipment, I got the caddy area ready to rock-n-roll and tried to get ready for the groups as they came in. We DID have to go get the tractor a few times to pull carts out of the creeks on the course though. During one of our tournaments, I got to caddy for Emerson Boozer (old time Jets running back) and LLoyd Ruby (Indy car driver). Lots of really good memories- not mention incredible views

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Interesting differences in peoples am routines. The Navy taught me coffee was indispensable part of life - maybe even a basic food group. Today I limit myself to only 2 cups and on a very rare case 3. I also start to wake up at 5:30 was that also a 'leftover' from the Navy? I don't have to go to work being retired - but I do love mornings. 

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19 minutes ago, Merlin1313 said:

My thoughts exactly- instead of getting on the equipment, I got the caddy area ready to rock-n-roll and tried to get ready for the groups as they came in. We DID have to go get the tractor a few times to pull carts out of the creeks on the course though. During one of our tournaments, I got to caddy for Emerson Boozer (old time Jets running back) and LLoyd Ruby (Indy car driver). Lots of really good memories- not mention incredible views

In the summer before I started running the driving range I went up the hill about 150 yards and started lining the carts up then it was to the barn to do whatever needed to be done that day whether cutting greens or fairways. Now when I took over the range I worked late to pick up balls after we closed at 10:00 to prevent theft. I still did the cart thing but then went to the range to wash the balls picked up the night before. when the range needed to be cut it was sorta a all nighter. Picked the balls then hooked up the pull gangs and cut the range then went ahead and washed balls. Those nights I usually slept in to like 11:00 or so. I would open up the range around 9 AM. Had a retiree come in about noon and I was off until around 6:00 or so. I ran the range the last 2 years before I went into the Navy. Now if I played in a tournament etc then one of two retirees came in or else the range was closed. We used lake balls from our lake on the range so in the winter the range was mostly closed being in a wet low area.. I spent most of the winter in the range shack ( 14 x 16) striping balls heater and radio cranked up. It was kinda tedious with a ball clamp rotator and paint brush. If I really got on it I could do like 40 balls an hour. 

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12 minutes ago, tony@CIC said:

Interesting differences in peoples am routines. The Navy taught me coffee was indispensable part of life - maybe even a basic food group. Today I limit myself to only 2 cups and on a very rare case 3. I also start to wake up at 5:30 was that also a 'leftover' from the Navy? I don't have to go to work being retired - but I do love mornings. 

Navy vet myself but did not drink too much coffee. LOL remember the lifers mostly Chiefs that had a coffee cup clipped to their belt. Went from station BSing with other Chiefs drinking coffee. Yeah the Navy runs on coffee

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38 minutes ago, Tom the Golf Nut said:

Hold on to your hats all you coffee drinkers. I have never had a cup of coffee. Nope never! 

Typical mornings:

Wake up at 6:30 take a shower, get dressed, and let the dog out. Stroll over to my office and log in to work. Check for any urgent emails and answer. Open up MGS and see what's going on. Realize I got caught up and scramble to let the dog back in before he starts digging a hole somewhere. He is only a 9-month-old.  CRAP be right back forgot the dog.

Okay, I'm back. I can't eat or drink right away in the morning. My body needs wake up time. So around 9:00 I'll stroll to the kitchen and make myself something small (English Muffin, Bagel or some Eggo waffles) and have a hot chocolate or a soda. I keep MGS open most of the day (dual monitors). It might come across as I'm retired but I am still a full timer. Lunch time is noon, so another quick bite (sandwich) and practice some putting or range time on the simulator.  But Fridays are half days and I'm done by 11:45 so off to the course (weather permitting). Weekends start at 7:00am for me. Saturday is typical chores or maybe golf except during winter and early spring. My youngest is still in college and on the track team so Saturdays we usually go to her track meet wherever it may be. Sundays have always been my dedicated golf day. On the course around 8:00 am.     

Fixing to go out to the shop in a few. Going to dig out an old Sun Mountain bag I may use some. Also going to switch out 2 Ping Putter shafts because the one has a brand new SS grip on it like I have on the Scotty. Heading to the course is fruitile because of the mens groups and then the influx of snowbirds. BTW our greens have turned around 180*. They are pristine in the best shape they have been in the last 10 years. On a sad note A J the pro co owner you met passed away the week before Christmas of an apparent heart attack he was only 45 YOA. All of us are still reeling over that

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