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Four down... the last guest post for project fuzzy math.


Here's the last post in the 5555 or 55555 project I'm doing with some other guy bloggers out there. These come to you from iHubby. He has a real name that for some reason a lot of folks don't know... It's Jason.


He's tried to get me out to Oregon to snowboard and while it hasn't happened yet I'm sure it will... I'm a bit jealous he lives near mountains.

Here's his stuff.... Enjoy.

Green - Huge Oregon fan and the field is always amazing when I see it. (I thought it was for Oprah. - Kenny)
Shoes - wore these as a best man. the pink is due to being told 5 times i was going to have to wear pink, so i made it happen.
Toy - I still get a LEGO set every christmas. best toys ever. (I wish I still got legos at Hanukkah. -  Kenny)
Kid's POV - My nephew can never leave my DVD collection alone. he was captivated by it.
Favorite Person - My wife, Denise. my rock. been through thick and thin. 
You can fing the earlier posts herehere and here. My pics tomorrow.

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  1. If I had your address you would get a nice surprise on Hanukkah! Legos are timeless.

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