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Well it's Friday , Time to get in the mood on here

Well, since it's 5 hours later than you posted it, where is the party?

I am alternating reading forwards then backwards tonight. Add spot checking to that.

And Ma is out of pocket for a few days?



Guess Deputy Denny is on duty.

It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it.



I will make you proud, Ma!

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No--I rattled it around with my sister and brother (you know, maybe even a joint purchase or something), and decided it just wouldn't work. But you got me to look at the listing again...it's off the market. It doesn't say whether it finally sold (it was on the market for a LONG time) or the owners just pulled it off for a bit. So unless one of my sibs bought it as a present for me I guess it is no longer an option.

It still pulls at my heartstrings.
That just means some better will come along, even though it was a family home. It will just be different.

I think I have already said this, but I will say it again, when I walked into the mud room of this place, with all it's interior windows, I was sold. Reminded me of my Grandparents house.

Then the floor plan just fell right in with everything Karma.

I am very sorry that you think you lost your house.

You never know, though. It just might pop back up on the market.

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Oops!

Guess I am not on duty, after all?

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When I was little, we had one of those big old paneled station wagons with the 3rd seat that faces backwards. I wasn't allowed to ride in that one because I was know to get carsick even in a regular car if we were on vacation on curvy mountain roads. Parents didn't want to take a chance with me, I guess, but I was always a bit jealous of the sibs.

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Oops!

Guess I am not on duty, after all?

Tomorrow, about 9 AM. Be there, or be square.

Not quite right. Maybe Be here or...um...drink beer??

No reason why you can't do both.
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Tomorrow, about 9 AM. Be there, or be square.

Not quite right. Maybe Be here or...um...drink beer??

No reason why you can't do both.
9:00 am! Got it! Can I start early and take part of my lunch hour going to the grocery store after running errands? I can make up the time after my shift.

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What, no pics yet?
Why are there no pics?



I got my glasses on and fuzzy PJs, and everything.

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9:00 am! Got it! Can I start early and take part of my lunch hour going to the grocery store after running errands? I can make up the time after my shift.

Yeah, sure......

That's not permission, that's


Yeah, suuuurrrrrrre you will.



Speaking of cats (we were, weren't we?) We made home-made pasta and spicy chicken alfredo from scratch, and some meringues with the extra egg white (the pasta just has egg yolk) Trip helped.



I only caught him on the counter once going for the raw chicken that was waiting to be spiced. I don't THINK he got within licking range, but......
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Yeah, sure......

That's not permission, that's


Yeah, suuuurrrrrrre you will.



Speaking of cats (we were, weren't we?) We made home-made pasta and spicy chicken alfredo from scratch, and some meringues with the extra egg white (the pasta just has egg yolk) Trip helped.



I only caught him on the counter once going for the raw chicken that was waiting to be spiced. I don't THINK he got within licking range, but......
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So does this mean when you send me home with leftovers I am going to find cat hair?
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Cat hair? I don't know. But Hairy hair for sure....
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I was waiting for the reverse camera angel/angle so I could see you park it in between the silos!
Didn't even think of that! I was watching his mirrors!

Kenny? You got to buy a back up camera now. The Hawks have spoken.

Hows about one of those invisible trailer camera thingys that Chevy is bragging about?
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Yeah, sure......

That's not permission, that's

Speaking of cats (we were, weren't we?) We made home-made pasta and spicy chicken alfredo from scratch, and some meringues with the extra egg white (the pasta just has egg yolk) Trip helped.

I only caught him on the counter once going for the raw chicken that was waiting to be spiced. I don't THINK he got within licking range, but......
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Lol

Yum home-made pasta!
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Didn't even think of that! I was watching his mirrors!

Kenny? You got to buy a back up camera now. The Hawks have spoken.

Hows about one of those invisible trailer camera thingys that Chevy is bragging about?

Darn SP - I didn't think of that! But wait I went back and looked at the video again...I didn't see no mirrors
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5v9-InvDwMw

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Have to be on our best P's & Q's (Be on your best behaviour; be careful of your language. )
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So MC , what does Bebe think ? Lol

Dang wind is picking up , 17 mph

Fun day ahead
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Temp has dropped 5 degrees , winds picking up , light rain , changing to light snow , what does a Dober boy to do ????




I know !
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We had an interesting day yesterday. I'm glad we don't know any police (that visit our house) because we would have been hauled in on suspicion of murder. Gah.

Missy was out yesterday, doing her perimeter patrols, and evidently cut her left hind foot really bad on some ice. I suspect she was chasing another rabbit and wasn't watching where her feet were going. Anyway, I let her back in a while later, then saw smudges of blood on the kitchen floor and panicked, wondering who was hurt. Then I saw more on the living room carpet (Missy was on the couch). Then I noticed Missy was licking one of her feet. I got her off the couch and blood was POURING out of her foot. OK, not pouring, but it was bleeding pretty good. I tried to see what she'd done, but no way no how will she ever let me touch her feet, so all I could discern was there was blood coming from between her outside toe and the one next to it. I did manage to feel enough to see her toenails were still there (I thought maybe she'd ripped one off).

By then, I'd "looked" at her enough that she was suspicious, and every time I glanced her direction, she'd get up and move. At first, I was going around with a cloth wetted with cold water, blotting up the blood on the floor (and the couch), but she kept moving and I finally gave up. She eventually retreated to the bed (OMG, but oh well, the blankets will wash), but she kept licking the damn thing and it wouldn't stop bleeding. Finally, it did, but it took like an hour, maybe more.

When I didn't see any more blood being tracked, I started trying to blot up the several hundred bloody spots on the carpet, but I had to stop (my knees won't allow me to stay on the floor that long). Meanwhile, several hours had now passed, and Missy needed to go out again. I said OK, but BE CAREFUL, and of course she didn't listen. I let her back in a few minutes later (it was just a quick pee trip) and she'd managed to open that thing up again, and it was bleeding even worse than the first time. It looks like we slaughtered a pig in the living room. She didn't go out again until just before bedtime, and THAT time she managed to come back in uninjured, and this morning, it's closed up and she's not bleeding anymore. Sheesh. But all the blood.

I think I'm going to mix up some Oxi-Clean to dab the spots with. It might save me some time on the floor. But then there will be all these little clean spots. Then I'll have to shampoo the carpet, which I wasn't going to do until the weather warms up enough to open the windows (should be several more months yet). I guess it depends on whether I can get used to spots on the floor. Maybe I can ignore them? I dunno.

It's always something here...
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What is everybody doing on here ? Sleeping in ??? OH BOY !

I was up early and fixing Sausage and Gravy !!!!!!!! Dang it sure was good !
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I forgot I've been driving Guz illegally! Had to go to the tag agency.
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Darn SP - I didn't think of that! But wait I went back and looked at the video again...I didn't see no mirrors
That's because I was in the passenger seat!

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We had an interesting day yesterday. I'm glad we don't know any police (that visit our house) because we would have been hauled in on suspicion of murder. Gah.

Missy was out yesterday, doing her perimeter patrols, and evidently cut her left hind foot really bad on some ice. I suspect she was chasing another rabbit and wasn't watching where her feet were going. Anyway, I let her back in a while later, then saw smudges of blood on the kitchen floor and panicked, wondering who was hurt. Then I saw more on the living room carpet (Missy was on the couch). Then I noticed Missy was licking one of her feet. I got her off the couch and blood was POURING out of her foot. OK, not pouring, but it was bleeding pretty good. I tried to see what she'd done, but no way no how will she ever let me touch her feet, so all I could discern was there was blood coming from between her outside toe and the one next to it. I did manage to feel enough to see her toenails were still there (I thought maybe she'd ripped one off).

By then, I'd "looked" at her enough that she was suspicious, and every time I glanced her direction, she'd get up and move. At first, I was going around with a cloth wetted with cold water, blotting up the blood on the floor (and the couch), but she kept moving and I finally gave up. She eventually retreated to the bed (OMG, but oh well, the blankets will wash), but she kept licking the damn thing and it wouldn't stop bleeding. Finally, it did, but it took like an hour, maybe more.

When I didn't see any more blood being tracked, I started trying to blot up the several hundred bloody spots on the carpet, but I had to stop (my knees won't allow me to stay on the floor that long). Meanwhile, several hours had now passed, and Missy needed to go out again. I said OK, but BE CAREFUL, and of course she didn't listen. I let her back in a few minutes later (it was just a quick pee trip) and she'd managed to open that thing up again, and it was bleeding even worse than the first time. It looks like we slaughtered a pig in the living room. She didn't go out again until just before bedtime, and THAT time she managed to come back in uninjured, and this morning, it's closed up and she's not bleeding anymore. Sheesh. But all the blood.

I think I'm going to mix up some Oxi-Clean to dab the spots with. It might save me some time on the floor. But then there will be all these little clean spots. Then I'll have to shampoo the carpet, which I wasn't going to do until the weather warms up enough to open the windows (should be several more months yet). I guess it depends on whether I can get used to spots on the floor. Maybe I can ignore them? I dunno.

It's always something here...
Sounds like being at my house, but without the blood.

Pepper has started pooping in the house on a regular basis. Doesn't matter how many times I toss her outside in the morning before work. She likes the corner of the carpeted dining room. I blocked that all off and now she is pooping just in front of the blocked off corner. This morning I woke up to turds along the length of the dining room table. She walks when she poops. Can't just give me one pile. I'm chalking it up to old age. She's twelve-ish?

Definitely need new carpet! Can't afford that right now.

So, today I am going to get doggy gates and her butt can live in the kitchen when we are away! I need three long doggy gates. $$$ Dammit!

One of the gates will have to be rigged because there is a funny angle from the kitchen to the living room.

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You helped feed this silly thread!



How is the lovely Loretta and all the critters?
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