Never Home

April 20th, 2007

I like my job but I wish I was home more. I feel like all I do at home is sleep. I really don’t get to do much else. I’m constantly being told that they’re taking advantage of me, but what can I do. Oh well. Another day is coming and I’m tired.

31 Responses to “Never Home”

  1. knitterykate Says:

    So sorry you’re so tired. Come to Vancouver for a holiday.

  2. knitterykate Says:

    Where are you? And what are you doing?

  3. CanadianProgrammer Says:

    TT updated his old blog a couple days ago… linked below for those of you that no longer have the link:
    http://www.tomthetrucker.blogspot.com/

  4. DeeJay Says:

    Tom! Dude! Happy Birthday and get to feeling better soon! Thanks for bringing your lovely girl Brenda into the world and sharing her with us! She makes my days much brighter and it’s all because of you! Woot!

  5. Laura (aka Laurie) Says:

    I am glad Brenda linked you in and gave us all the chance to say “Happy Birthday!” and “Surgery! Yuck!” and “Bon Voyage!”. That last one is bitter sweet. I know that everyone would much rather have you close. Hope everything goes A-Okay today, I know SAJ will keep us posted.

  6. Jennie Says:

    I found you through Brenda’s site. I wanted to wish you a very Happy Birthday!!!!
    Also *Best Wishes* to you for a speedy recovery from your back surgery.
    ((((HUGS))))

  7. Jen Says:

    I found your website through Brenda’s website. Happy Birthday! I am so sorry that your birthday will be followed very shortly by surgery. I hope it goes well and that you get lots of ice cream – or whatever else you may fancy – afterwards!

  8. Michelle Says:

    Hi Tripple T – “Tom the Trucker” :o ) I read over at SAJ’s blog that you are having surgery…and that you had a b-day yeaterday! So, Happy birthday wishes to you, and speedy recovery wishes also! Relax, and let your family take good care of you :o )

    Best,
    Michelle

  9. andrea from the fishbowl Says:

    Happy Birthday!!!

  10. whoorl Says:

    Here’s to a fantastic birthday! Cheers!

  11. Jennie Says:

    Happy birthday! Sorry you have to spend it in recovery, but hopefully it will be a speedy one.

  12. hue Says:

    Happy Birthday, Brenda’s dad! Sorry your present is surgery but you’ll be back on your feet soon, hopefully feeling better than ever.

    Btw, that’s a great daughter you have there.

  13. Clownfish Says:

    Happy Birthday to YOU!!! At least you put off the surgery until after your B-day.

    I wish you a speedy recovery and a wonderful time with your family!

  14. Roz Says:

    HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY…If i were you and i was spending my birthday recovering, i would eat lots and lots of ice cream……lots!

  15. Rachael Says:

    Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you, surgeries suck, I’m getting one next week and not looking forward to it so it looks like we’re in the same boat, happy birthday to you!

  16. Bethany Says:

    Happy Birthday! Sorry about the surgery and job change :( Hope it’s a quick recovery! I’m not in addison anymore, but remember seeing your rig parked by btp a few times :) Cheers on the great kids you’ved raised, and the pile of gorgeous grandkids! Love to visit y’all out there some day.
    Cheers,
    Bethany Rule Vedder

  17. witchypoo Says:

    Lets hope the birthday fairy kisses those surgery boo-boos all better!

  18. Leah Says:

    Happy Birthday, SAJDad!

  19. Leta Says:

    Happy b-day and best of luck re: surgery.

  20. Nicole M. Says:

    Happy Birthday! Feel better fast!

  21. bethany actually Says:

    I hope your birthday was good enough to make you forget you had to have surgery the next day. :-) Here’s to a quick, painless recovery and many more years of carving your grandkids’ names in pumpkins! God bless you!

  22. Eralynn Says:

    Happy Birthday!!!!! =]

  23. Kuky Says:

    Happy birthday and hoping you have a speedy recovery!

  24. BeachMama Says:

    Happy Birthday, SAJ’s Dad. I hope it was great, sorry you have to have a little bit of surgery for a gift, but we send well wishes your way for a speedy recovery. And Bon Voyage! Sorry to hear you are heading back out on the road, hopefully it won’t be for long and something a little better comes your way.

    Cheers!

  25. Jo Says:

    Happy Birthday and I hope your recovery is fast and gentle on you.

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