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Wednesday, March 16, 2005

"Whatever it is, it could stop at any moment"

That is the way that Dave Barry described how helicopters are held up in the air. In my case, it applies to the baby sitting in Mrs. Hammer's belly. Therefore, an unexpected (sort of) break in blogging will occur in the next seven days - apologies in advance!

Go Cats! (The Kentucky kind, that is. Not the pissed off kind in my sidebar. Nothing does pissed off like a cat. Nothing.)


  • Congrats and best wishes to all!

    By Blogger Carpe Bonum, at 3/16/2005 05:36:00 PM  

  • I'll second carpe!

    I've got three myself and they are an excellent motivating force.

    By Blogger Robert, at 3/16/2005 11:41:00 PM  

  • Mr. & Mrs. Hammer!

    Wonderful news!! Man! I'm getting sentimental here. Today is my son's 21st birthday! It burns the back of my eyes as I stroll through memory lane this morning!
    Although you'll hear it a thousand times "Grasp every precious second!" You'll need to hear it a thousand more!
    Grasp every precious second!

    By Blogger David Hunley, at 3/17/2005 07:16:00 AM  

  • Congrats! Is this the second or third?

    By Blogger Mark, at 3/17/2005 07:33:00 PM  

  • Congratulations to you! A blessing from the Lord.

    By Blogger John B., at 3/20/2005 11:55:00 PM  

  • Hey Hammer,

    Getting concerned here. No comments, no Theo Tues, no nothing.
    I know those college professors are generally weak...but they're sneaky and there's lots of'em. We don't have a man down out there do we?

    I called the local hospital and they said that as far as they knew nothing had stopped...whatever it is.
    Good luck!

    By Blogger David Hunley, at 3/22/2005 09:54:00 PM  

  • My excuse is posted above - thanks to all for the congrats!

    As far as the lack of blogging for a week, I get a waiver for 7 days for a baby, darn it! Plus, I have dial-up and Netscape at home - both are anti-blogging devices!

    Right now both little ones are asleep, the big one is outside, (total of three kiddos, ages 7 days, 18 months and 10 years) Mrs. Hammer is out getting milk and OJ, so Ihave a chance to write a least as far as my tools allow.

    By Blogger Hammertime, at 3/23/2005 02:28:00 PM  

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