Corey’s Diary August 30th, 2013: Putting The Labor In Labor Day

By COREY FOLEY, foley@thebullhouston.com
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Corey's Diary

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Dear Diary,

We are packing it in for this 3-day weekend. Tonight, we are taking advantage of Houston Restaurant Weeks. It’s been a crazy Summer and it kind of blew by us. So, a bunch of us are headed to Sullivan’s tonight.

It will be nice to catch up with Erin. Now that she is on mid-days, I don’t get to see her as much.

Tomorrow is  our first official training session with Loki. I think he is going to do great. I have been practicing some of the moves Al Longoria taught us. I have had to tweak it a bit. Loki is not timid with me, so we focused more on learning to stay. He is such a smart boy.

Sunday, Jeff is going golfing with some of his work buddies. I might use that as an excuse for brunch with the gals. I can always come up with an excuse for brunch with the gals…especially when we have Monday off.

Or I might have to crash Bobbie’s pool. Maybe it can be parties by the poolside. I just feel sorry for anyone there that might see me in my bathing suit. That’s a whole lot of pale:)

Talk to you tomorrow,

lovecorey[1]

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