” Should Old Acquaintance be forgot,
and never thought upon;
The flames of Love extinguished,
and fully past and gone:
Is thy sweet Heart now grown so cold,
that loving Breast of thine;
That thou canst never once reflect
On Old long syne.
On Old long syne my Jo,
On Old long syne,
That thou canst never once reflect,
On Old long syne. ”
We hope that you have a safe and happy New Year celebration…whether that means sitting at home, in bed by 9pm or up all night with a perfect excuse to have a party! In any case and however you decide to spend your evening, please be safe, sound and rest assured that 2014 will arrive whether we like it or not 😉
From all of us at Mission Repair, we thank you for your continued readership and contribution to helping us remain in business for another calendar year. We couldn’t have done it without you.
We DO have some leftovers! Here’s a picture of Phil (left) and Austin (right) gettin’ down on some BBQ lunch munchies here at Mission Repair.
We took a break today and had the world famous Oklahoma Joe’s BBQ here in Olathe bring in 10 lbs of smoked meats. Of course we had the usual sides: potato salad, BBQ baked beans, cole slaw, rolls, and bottles of BBQ sauce!! It was so much food we have plenty of leftovers for our Saturday work tomorrow.
As you may or may not know, we are totally submersed in moving our business. We are making some major buildouts in our new space and they are almost done! The contactors have been working around the clock to get us ready to move in next week. Once they are done we can start moving some of the supplies and equipment, with all of the employees to move in on October 16th. Yup, October 16th is a critical day for us!
What this move will do for us is provide us with much more working space for our technicians and customers. This is a welcome change for all of us here and our working lifestyle is going to be much improved. Wait until you see our new breakroom. Yeah, it’s going to be NICE! We will certainly be posting a photo gallery of the new building soon. Stay in touch!!
Hello everyone- OK, we made it back to KC late Sunday night and this literally my first chance to sit down and get a blog in. We spent Saturday evening with my oldest buddy in California Nolan Harding, and his wife Paige made some unbelievable ribs. We live in Kansas City, and we have some great BBQ ribs out here, but I have to say that I think she topped them all- yikes they were good!
Our Operation:Education Repair Program has launched! It hit the press late last night and we’re busy ramping the program up to support our nation’s schools. I’m really excited about this program as it really sets Mission Repair apart from the other guys. Check out the program and get your school signed up!
We are having some serious weather issues here in KC. My trees are starting to blossom, and then it dropped to 18 degrees last night. It’s just a little cool out to announce Spring yet, however my kids are on Spring Break next week! Hopefully it’ll warm up to picnic weather very soon. . .
Ok, wanted to say “hi” and get some thoughts on the blog this morning. I’ll be back soon with more updates. See ya, Ryan