Brothers Campfire Triggered Agent Covid Strain Decorates and Digs.

When I was a child, I liked to play secret agent.

I had codes, organizations, training facilities, the whole works. James Bond, well he was .007 and the queen can’t even get her agents to practice proper firearm safety.

Finger out of the trigger, hotshot.

I would not be bested by anything Ian Fleming wrote and took the codename 117, one upping the miserable philanderer exponentially in my spy like prowess.

At least that was how we played in the early grades and I have kept 117B as a moniker for around 30 years.

So, today is a special day here at the Campfire as the date is 1/17 to commemorate the founding of 117B Inc.

I went ahead and dressed the part today for His Majesty as is my custom on Sundays.

It is how we roll.

There was only one service online today and I was gravely disappointed. Despite not being able to physically attend, we take church seriously.

The days have been tough recently and I am hoping to log 5 miles on my Fitbit to get my lungs in better shape. They are deficient from covid.

And no. I have no part in the B117 Strain of Covid!

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I did get some work in this afternoon as well and dug part of my garden for the year. Due to frequent watering, it was like permafrost and I needed a mattock to cut the lines where the water will go.

We have been as productive as possible over this way and put the Christmas tree away. My Beloved is working on putting new decorations out for Spring.

Well, I am off for another walk to build up my lung capacity. Have a beautiful Sunday!

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire.

37 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Triggered Agent Covid Strain Decorates and Digs.

  1. herbthiel says:

    You make a good point I hadn’t noticed before. That is very bad gun safety and just doing a quick google image search that is the pose he uses, finger on trigger.

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  2. achme24gmailcom says:

    Wonderful! Exciting to see the garden again. Great training on how not to hold a gun.

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  3. Kritika says:

    All the best! Embark on the journey to get fit and let Fitbit know what you are.

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  4. Beverly says:

    Praying your lungs will continue to heal, nephew. I know you will be able to achieve the 50 mile walk when the weather warms up!!! 👍🌞 Your garden will be amazing in the Spring and Summer. 🌾

    So, we did not want to take down our Christmas tree until the end of the month because it was such a strange Christmas with everything going. 🎄 Now I am rethinking it with you all taking yours down. I guess it is time to let it go. Lol. Thanks!

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      1. Beverly says:

        You’re welcome! Well, that makes me feel a little better.

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  5. Cindy Georgakas says:

    Those young years much have inspired your work now. Glad you are getting out there and pushing through with your walks. You’re looking good!! ❤️

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    1. The Storyteller says:

      It hurts to walk fast. This will greatly hamper some of the year’s goals of I cannot get them in shape.

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          1. rue202 says:

            Ah, gotcha. Don’t go to far too fast, though. Build yourself up slowly.

          2. rue202 says:

            I know, but for your health, you do need to be careful.

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