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I cant keep up!!! I have been going into work early. 5:00am and today 3:45am - so I could get off today at 11:00am. Which means I am officially off until 1/6/2020!!!

Maybe catch up on the thread tomorrow. Appears a lot!!!

But for now have to start planning on removing old shower and install new one. Remove dishwasher and replace. Tear off the deck top and replace....if nothing else is wrong. And lots of cleaning/boxing. Getting prepped to find that perfect house...

For the deck guess I will get a Duckbill Deck Wrecker - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXvgANhQaFQ

So no I am not really off....well I may be "off" but not off of work!
LOL!! I guess you've now become an official member of the "not quite right" group--has to be pretty much the same thing as the "off" group.

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Do not know why i am posting this ,other than it makes me smile.
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"So no I am not really off....well I may be "off" but not off of work!
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Hey i am a member of that club to
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"So no I am not really off....well I may be "off" but not off of work!
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Yes you are AJ--no doubt about it.

Since it's only Thursday morning (and the internet installer doesn't arrive until sometime between 1 and 5 pm). And I'm in the library again--here's a sort of catch up.

Gotta' thank Lannie and Ken for the sacred recipes--I'll be careful to not pass them along. They both look like my cup of tea (?--um my kind of cassarole I guess) and I'll give you reports on the end results--I'm working my way through a scalloped potato and sausage number right now and have a batch of split pea soup scheduled for next week.

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I cant keep up!!! I have been going into work early. 5:00am and today 3:45am - so I could get off today at 11:00am. Which means I am officially off until 1/6/2020!!!

Maybe catch up on the thread tomorrow. Appears a lot!!!
....For the deck guess I will get a Duckbill Deck Wrecker - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXvgANhQaFQ
No worries...we mostly go around in circles anyway. I imagine you've been around long enough to figure that out anyway.

I hope you find out it's only the top of the deck (or maybe just a few boards--joy,joy) So much work to repair them, and expensive too.

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Do not know why i am posting this ,other than it makes me smile.
Especially the little guy on the top.
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Crap!

This is going to be a long hard run at work. I just remembered to actually count out how many days in a row! 20 days straight! That is not counting one day off Christmas Day.

I will be too pooped to particpate in any other way than to sit on my ARSE the entire day! (denny poetry in motion)

Merry Christmas to me! I don't mind having the entire place to myself!

OMG!

If I don't make it through this I just want you all to know that I love and cherish you all.

This is what I imagine an entire wagon train must have felt.

Four days down. I've got to keep reminding myself I'm going to love those paychecks. It's still so hard because I would rather have Denise time than money.

See y'all? I'm not a greedy person.



Speaking of Y'all. I vaguely heard some entity raising a ruckus over the word Y'all? Something about it being racist? Have Y'all heard of this? I am not watching a lot of TV these days.
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It's a motorized bucket of dogs!

Maybe he's off to trade in his bucket for an SUV? Got to take the whole family with you when car shopping so you will know all can fit.

Personally, I dislike more than one person in my truck with me. And, when Mister is driving? It would be wise of me to not invite another road trip person along. Guests don't need to be subjected to the nagging the Mister is going to get.

"Stop riding that guy's ass!"
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Haven't caught up yet on previous posts?
Big fat no!

Yeah! I said it!
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Man bad dream last night...freaky.......dreamed Scott and I got arrested at our house .....and in the moment of us being shackled and cuffed all I was concerned about was who was going to take care of Hoss. I was allowed one phone call and I called Brutus's Dad to come get Hoss.
Man o man ...I think I am obsessed with my Doberman......was REALLY REALLY glad to great the day.
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No worries...we mostly go around in circles anyway. I imagine you've been around long enough to figure that out anyway.

I hope you find out it's only the top of the deck (or maybe just a few boards--joy,joy) So much work to repair them, and expensive too.



Especially the little guy on the top.

Everytime you say that I hear this.

Billy Preston - Will it go round in circles

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2szNtnS7Bh4



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Progress report .....My nails are growing.

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But...but...but..........
The night is young yet.


But not so much me today. I'm going to bed early too. Night-night, folks.
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Good morning everyone...its Friday the 13th. I thinks that may mean something , like we can start singing the 12 days of Christmas. Headed out for breakfast. enjoy your day all.
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Good morning everyone as well!

It is Friday the 13th! The moon is Waning Gibbous - guess we had full moon 12/12.

Pouring rain and 37 deg. I tried to get Mila to go out. At first I thought if I would go she would.
Got to the bottom step and she tried to slip her collar....so nope not going out yet

Unfortunately it is going to rain all day! Poor Mila and us. I have to go to piano lessons which I have not done too much with this go around.

Also to Lowes to buy a reciprocating saw or similar to get the shower stall out. I started last night. Sliding door and frame is out. Studs found and used jigsaw and channel locks to make a big hole around the plumbing. Took forever. Thus need the saw. Hope by end of weekend shower will be out and area cleaned up and begin fitting in the new one. And the problem with all this is - I have not really done this so will be an experience. Where is Beau67 when you need him!
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Yes you are AJ--no doubt about it.

Since it's only Thursday morning (and the internet installer doesn't arrive until sometime between 1 and 5 pm). And I'm in the library again--here's a sort of catch up.

Gotta' thank Lannie and Ken for the sacred recipes--I'll be careful to not pass them along. They both look like my cup of tea (?--um my kind of cassarole I guess) and I'll give you reports on the end results--I'm working my way through a scalloped potato and sausage number right now and have a batch of split pea soup scheduled for next week.

ABTLH
Oh, AB, Rich divulged a few more tidbits on his "secret meatloaf" yesterday that I'll pass along in case you need them. Seasoning, he uses lots of onion and garlic powder, and of course salt and pepper, to taste. The texture of the meatloaf should be loose but not sloppy. So that you can mound it in the pan but it doesn't collapse on itself. Not the firm kind of meatloaf that most people make (including me!) - this one is looser. I don't know, I think it cooks better that way, and it's tender and moist when it's done. He uses more or less crackers or eggs to get the right consistency, but of course you can make it any old way you like.

I got VERY little sleep last night. For some reason, the little runt kitten (the last one we brought in) decided to sleep ON me last night. He perched himself on my shoulder and went to sleep, so I couldn't move without waking him up. He has a rough time breathing with his massively stuffy nose, and the only time his breathing quiets down is when he's asleep and I think he breathes through his mouth then. Anyway, I have to move a lot during the night or I stiffen up, and of course, since I was awake most of the night from 11:00 to 3:00, I had to get up and pee TWICE! Of course THAT woke him up each time, poor little guy.

I've been doing an experiment on some of the other cats by mixing some turmeric powder into canned food for them each morning. There's a small group of them, four or five, that love their morning treats and have it every day, and they are clearing up! I found out turmeric is exceptionally effective against Herpes simplex virus (in the lab, anyway), and since that's what the vet says they all have, I decided to try it in small doses to see if it made any difference, and it seems to be working. Little Cubby doesn't partake of the canned food, though, I think because he can't smell it. He knows the kibble is food, so he eats plenty of that, but I'm going to have to start making a slurry and using an oral syringe on him, I think. Anything to make his breathing easier. He uses all of his energy just to pull each breath in when he's awake. I'm still not 100% sure he's going to make it all the way to adulthood, but we're giving it our best shot. He's actually started playing with things the last few days, which is a good sign. His favorite toys are fur balls from under the furniture, and any little scrap of feather or tiny pebble he finds on the floor. All the cat toys Rich bought them, and he plays with pebbles... cats, whaddya gonna do?

Anyway, the other cats that have been getting the turmeric are much better. They still sneeze, but not those horrible minutes-long sneezing fits they used to have, and they've stopped sneezing out huge snotgurgles and getting bloody noses from all the sneezing. It's just a regular sneeze now, and no more bloody noses. Now if I could just get ALL the cats to take their medicine, we might finally be able to beat this.

(The above statements have not been approved by the FDA and are not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease. ) And everything else is, of course, my opinion only, based on my personal experiences in life.
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ICE HURRICANE

Warm rain blowing against the body can be somewhat comforting but this has gone on in iceland this week...that must have been rough.
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Good morning everybody . Boy was yesterday afternoon a -- a , well I don't know how to say this without using bad words ! Anyway - needed to go to town to get some things . First stop was a Dollar General - I hate going there this time of year - matter of fact - I hate going anywhere this time of year - glad it's a short one ! Then had to get gas for the 150 or was going to be pushing it sooner than later ! Then to my all time favorite place to stop ----------------- Wal Mart ! lot was full of course - but some very nice person backed out of a spot right up front and I took it

Now I have a story ! First off - I'm NOT making fun of anybody's disabilities = maybe mentality challenged ! But as I was waiting for a What looked like a mother and son go past so I could get out on the next Aisle - the guy was just singing and talking to himself - as he pasted by me - he looked right at me and said -- I'm not right ! and then turned his head and started singing again - well he made me grin - as I thought about all of us on the chicken tread ! I came home and told the little lady about what had happened - she looked at me and asked , what did you say to him ? I replied nothing - she said that surprises me - I figured you said well I'm not either ! Then I have thought about that all night and have laughed and laughed at the Mrs. I guess she knows me to well as well as you all on here .

Then after I got my stuff it was off to the check out line - of course - the line I picked had trouble with something - so as I backed the cart out to go to anther line - as I turns the cart - the front end caught a stupid stand they put right in the way ! The sign came crashing down as well as what appeared to be big round penny banks that were now rolling every where - I picked up the sign so I could get out of there then gave a few of the banks a kick and moved into the new line - funny thing ? nobody even looked at me ! Or the banks rolling around .

I had got 2 cases of bottled water and had them stacked on top of each other for the trip home -Thank God ! I was out of that mess ! The road I come home on is a little curvey - and just so happened Petty was on the radio ! Runny down a dream at that - I never give it a thought as I taking the curves a little quick - and then heard something crash in the back seat - Ken thought , wonder what that was ??? When I got home , opened the back door on the 150 - I found that the top bottle water had fell off the bottom one - when I was playing Mario ! Well anyway - it landed on one of the loafs of bread I got ! Talk about flat ! lol

Kadin helped me carry everything in - he is such a good Doberson ! And so glad to be back home !

Doc
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Good morning everyone!

Feelin' good this morning, successfully completed our 2-weeks of Dobe Therapy events, culminating with Eva attending school district awards last evening!
Details in later post, with some pics.
(that's the LaDi technique, known as a "teaser")


Right now, I had this idea for a new CT list!
(with the help of the Advanced Search feature)

Instead of the normal bullet list, characterizing members, let's have the CT members speak for themselves, in their own words!


2019 Notable Quotes of the Chicken Thread - :
(Feel free to contribute to the list)



"LMAO - It's this dam key board SD" - Doc, #6268


"I am! And remain BH1! That is the #1 Bu++head. I actually prefer AH1. That would be the #1 A$$hat."- 4x4, #13026
[Both above quotes actually from 2018, but so poignant, it had to included]


"..as a die hard Ludditte I'm dial up and have to go to the library to see most of the pictures that get posted."- Bug, #15220


"Everyone knows what ever I meant to "or too" say / even if I didn't technically say it right..."
- B67, #17170


"...I remember someone talking about socks another time? Or maybe you were just admiring mine and wishing they were yours?" - Mel, #17989


"Good morning everyone - awake since 3:15am (Mila) up" x (113) - Moe, #20563 and on...


"I be a gurl. Feisty redhead to be exact"
- Lannie, #22346


"Is it weird that the food talk always sucks me in? I'm now browsing recipes for apple pie."- MC, #22540


"Here ya go, Kenny. I spent a few hours yesterday moving and smoothing dirt...my back is killing me today"- TN, #24520


"Hello! Anybody want a Margarita?"
- LaDi, #25408


"Can you go to the store and pick me up a 30 pack of Busch Light?"- SP, #25413
[NOTE: Previous two quotes, amazingly appeared on same page!]


"We are perfectly capable of Modding ourselves."** - SP, #25440
[SP has (2) notable quotes since it's her thread!]


"We write the book on cougar ! Not you" - LaDi,
#25879
[most prolific poster gets two posts]


"...It's a burden I have had to deal with my whole life...I will be on my toes!"
- AJ, #25892


"Are you saying that sometimes lack of sleep makes me cranky here?"
- - Mel, #25931
[Mod gets (2) quotes because "It's good to be the Mod"]


"The Chicken Thread to Humans is like a Blankee to a Sucky Dobe"
- SD, #25998




**(Has Been Nominated for Quote of the Year)


Ten Doberman Rules
Poke Everything.
It's New? Bark At It.
Moves? Chase It.
Doesn't Move? Smell It.
Liquid? Spill and Dribble It.
Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
Bites You Back? Wrestle It!

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Hey, SP, just thought you might be interested in this:

"Colorado mom lets porch pirates take out her trash with decoy packages: 'They deserve it'"

https://www.foxnews.com/us/colorado-...decoy-packages
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Morning all. More snow (maybe drizzly rain).

Current mood - this is one of my favorite songs from one of my favorite bands. Gothy, kind of depressing, but it speaks to me today.

Aviary by Ego Likeness

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by Shanoa Delta, on Flickr

Richter & Sypha
Glengate's Mountain Fortress CAA ORT L1V NW1 L1I L1E L1C NW2 L2V L2I ACT1 RATI SOG WAC
& Sirai's Golden Masquerade ORT NW1 L1C L1V L1E L1I L2C L2I NW2 RATI SOG WAC
“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you.
What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”
― Jane Goodall

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