Sidewalks are in and look great!

Hi friends, I’m so happy I can hardly contain myself! The storefront, parking and new street at our Mission Repair Express location is looking great!



It’s been a bit of a mess at this location; with the destruction of the old sidewalk and the installation of the new sidewalk, it’s been nothing short of a dusty whirlwind for the last couple of months. The end is near, and they city will be installing benches out in front of the store (I like to call it an extended waiting room) and they have more than doubled the width of the sidewalk. We might even be able to install some tables and chairs outside – heck, maybe even start a small deli.

Ok, that’s pushing it a little too far. I’ll eat a sandwich, I don’t know anything about making a sandwich for the public 😉

Alright I’ve got a meeting up at the Mission, Kansas location tomorrow morning and I might be blogging from there. We’ll be in touch!

Thanks, Ryan

A Return To Prominence – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Edition

Hello M:R Nation –

I have been meaning (for some time now) to talk about the return of something near and dear to my heart. If you were a child of the late 80’s and early 90’s, you can relate. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or TMNT as the kids are calling it these days are back! I know there have some failed attempts over the past decade to bring these guys back, but someone finally struck a cord with parents and children alike (or at least with me and my son, Brae).

We eagerly await 10:00am every Saturday to watch the newest episodes on Nick. After the show, we will usually bust out the action figures and reenact what we just watched… Yes, I said action figures! The new TMNT action figures bring me right back to my childhood every time I get my hands on them. We are currently building up quite the collection for myself…cough,cough…I mean Brae.

Watch out for Raph!

As you can see in the picture above, my son has caught the TMNT fever pretty badly. He can’t go a day without watching a recorded episode, playing with the action figures or screaming  HIYA sounds at the top of his lungs. They say you pass things down to your children- genes, habits, belongings, ect… Well,I fully intend to pass down some of childhood favorites to my children, but it seems that I have been beat to the punch on this one. Now If I can only get my daughter, Kynlee on this TMNT  kick…HIYA! 🙂

What does this have to do with Mission:Repair, iPhone Repair, Tablet Repair or any of our workings? Absolutely nothing! But hey, you have to take a break from work at some point, right?

Cheers, Troy