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Good morning !

Happy Birthday Mocha ! Big hugs from Indiana !

It's only like 35 degrees colder here this morning from yesterday - I got to get the mow running !! Boy did the grass green up this week - Dog lot really needed mowed last week .

Had lots of fun with Kadin yesterday - lol All of our Dobers have loved music ! I turn on a song and they will go and get a ball and then run to me and stand there with it in there mouth - ready to get it on . Las night - I played the LS concert I had recorded months ago - That got the show going here , lol

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I thought the "hike in the park" was the giveaway...Mocha turns 6 today.
Aye - I had assumed - but you know about assuming

Plus thought maybe you didn't want to voice it's her birthday as she may figure it out! And expect to be pampered even more than she is!

Happy Birthday Mocha!
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My daughter's birthday is on the 25th. I'm pretty sure she won't get her customary ice cream cake. I'm sending her to the grocery store today and told her to get some cake mix.

I haven't baked a cake in YEARS. And we're at an altitude. Most baking recipes' start giving "high altitude" directions if you're above 3,00 feet, and we're at about 6,800. That's not high altitude?! High altitude should start at about 10,000 feet IMO.

So she'll get a slightly flat cake. Sheesh.
What flavor are you sending her for?

Any will do for me!
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Really?

My phone died last night and now that it's charged I've got to delete 24 spam texts?
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Supposedly, I am Tyler Horton.

I think I will name my next Dobe Tyler Horton!
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Whatever she wants. It's HER birthday.

I'm just hoping she doesn't want an angel food cake. That might be tricky.
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I think Horton is a good name for a dobe.
That way when he barks in the middle of the night, you can say, "Horton hears a WHO???"

Ha.ha.ha....

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Whatever she wants. It's HER birthday.

I'm just hoping she doesn't want an angel food cake. That might be tricky.
But, I love Angel food cake with strawberries!

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21 degrees outside, a slight chance of snow showers this evening.

Daughter's off to get groceries.
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Again - Just PROVES, SP also SUCKS @ rolling Dice.
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Fine.

Let's play backgammon.
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I thought the "hike in the park" was the giveaway...Mocha turns 6 today.

That is simply not possible! Happy birthday to Mocha!


I'm hoping to relax a little today. The stress is wearing us down. Pretty tired. But I also need to wear Sypha out with something - maybe some Nosework searches or some fetch in the yard. She's definitely starting to show the effects of not going to class twice a week.


I should also get a bit of sewing done this weekend. I have just a few coats left to get done and I'd like to get them shipped out. Business does taper down this time of year, but it's actually just stopped, and I suspect that Joann Fabric is actually going to close. I will feel better if I just get everything shipped out.
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Craps. With dice, that is.
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I think Horton is a good name for a dobe.
That way when he barks in the middle of the night, you can say, "Horton hears a WHO???"

Ha.ha.ha....
Very funny - even before I got to the end of your sentence I knew where you were going!

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a small speck of dust talking to him. Horton surmises that a small person lives on the speck and places it on a clover, vowing to protect it. He later discovers that the speck is actually a tiny planet, home to a community called Whoville, where microscopic creatures called Whos live.
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I think Horton is a good name for a dobe.
That way when he barks in the middle of the night, you can say, "Horton hears a WHO???"

Ha.ha.ha....
I will admit - I'm lost here - So WHO does Horton hear ? LOL
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Really?

My phone died last night and now that it's charged I've got to delete 24 spam texts?
SP - You got to lead more of a Hole-some life, Beau don't get any SPAM on my cell...unless you call me.
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But, I love Angel food cake with strawberries!

SP - with fresh strawberries, sure you do / Don't we all.
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I will admit - I'm lost here - So WHO does Horton hear ? LOL


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Fine.

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Sis , How about putting on some skynyrde , and playing quarters ???
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Just finished mini project of repairing (6) old Benny Linden Danish high back teak table chairs yesterday. Will hand down to my daughter and her hubby today. We gave them our old matching table last month and upgraded to a Lippa round 54" table/ chairs for breakfast room. (DW always wanted a round table. I couldn't sell her on counter high, Dober proof table, however...)

New Lippa 54" Table w/Chairs (Seats 6-7)

(Note: Convinced DW to return fancy, smancy, $$ placemats in exchange for ones that could actually be used as place mats (i.e. cleaned). Also, just got LOWER centerpiece so you can fully see others seated across table)



This new table is VERY heavy, solid and assembled from two pieces. SIL had to help me mount top on pedestal. Note these chairs swivel, so very easy for seniors to get in/out from with no chair sliding, but DON'T reach too far in them or they will slip out from under you (Previous post on my DW falling on floor...) I might install no slip feet on bottom, later on...


We had old teak Danish chairs/table for (26) years. The chairs were worn out and have been recovered several times. Table was still in good solid condition. Chairs that were broken, loose and dilapidated and stored in my backyard shed, which limited room/access for other stuff.


(6) Dining Table Chair Repair Project Completed!
(My Dobe "helper" in back...)





DIY Details:

Had original quantity of (8) but due to amount of damage, had to cannibalize two to get (6) good ones- (2) arm captain + (4) side chairs. Many back slats were split or broken out, arms split, even top chair rail broken. I used Gorilla wood glue for all wood/wood dowel joints and back slats. Where dowels broken, drilled and installed w/new dowels. Where structural member broken, re-glued and reinforced joint with GRK Trim head screws pre-drilled into teak. Where holes over-enlarged or wood tang broken, used partially screwed drywall screws as a tang substitute, then inserted into joint hole filled with JB Clear Weld 4400 psi epoxy. This epoxy repair only needed for a few slats, as I was able to cannibalize good slats from extra two chairs. Cleaned any stains w/Scotchbrite & Windex or WD-40 contact cleaner, for paint splatter. Resealed most areas with Danish Oil, natural.

After structure of chairs repaired, went to JoAnn's Fabrics with DW to get 8ft. x 54" of leather-like upholstery material. (FYI- JoAnn's now looks like Michael's- Selling every sort of "crafting" stuff plus fabrics) Had enough material to recover (8) cushions, (6) installed and (2) spare cushions.

Took a day (between Dobe & grocery shopping stuff) to remove old coverings and reupholster seats. Could not have done (easily) without my Arrow PT50 pneumatic staple gun! (Note- Dobes don't like sound of stapler inside foyer of house)


Arrow PT50 Pneumatic Stapler

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Arrow-PT...PT50/300126656


Good Youtube Video About Covering Chair Cushions
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmQpQmhXbMo


On to next project!


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Just finished mini project of repairing (6) old Benny Linden Danish high back teak table chairs yesterday. Will hand down to my daughter and her hubby today. We gave them our old matching table last month and upgraded to a Lippa round 54" table/ chairs for breakfast room. (DW always wanted a round table. I couldn't sell her on counter high, Dober proof table, however...)

New Lippa 54" Table w/Chairs (Seats 6-7)

(Note: Convinced DW to return fancy, smancy, $$ placemats in exchange for ones that could actually be used as place mats (i.e. cleaned). Also, just got LOWER centerpiece so you can fully see others seated across table)



This new table is VERY heavy, solid and assembled from two pieces. SIL had to help me mount top on pedestal. Note these chairs swivel, so very easy for seniors to get in/out from with no chair sliding, but DON'T reach too far in them or they will slip out from under you (Previous post on my DW falling on floor...) I might install no slip feet on bottom, later on...


We had old teak Danish chairs/table for (26) years. The chairs were worn out and have been recovered several times. Table was still in good solid condition. Chairs that were broken, loose and dilapidated and stored in my backyard shed, which limited room/access for other stuff.


(6) Dining Table Chair Repair Project Completed!
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DIY Details:

Had original quantity of (8) but due to amount of damage, had to cannibalize two to get (6) good ones- (2) arm captain + (4) side chairs. Many back slats were split or broken out, arms split, even top chair rail broken. I used Gorilla wood glue for all wood/wood dowel joints and back slats. Where dowels broken, drilled and installed w/new dowels. Where structural member broken, re-glued and reinforced joint with GRK Trim head screws pre-drilled into teak. Where holes over-enlarged or wood tang broken, used partially screwed drywall screws as a tang substitute, then inserted into joint hole filled with JB Clear Weld 4400 psi epoxy. This epoxy repair only needed for a few slats, as I was able to cannibalize good slats from extra two chairs. Cleaned any stains w/Scotchbrite & Windex or WD-40 contact cleaner, for paint splatter. Resealed most areas with Danish Oil, natural.

After structure of chairs repaired, went to JoAnn's Fabrics with DW to get 8ft. x 54" of leather-like upholstery material. (FYI- JoAnn's now looks like Michael's- Selling every sort of "crafting" stuff plus fabrics) Had enough material to recover (8) cushions, (6) installed and (2) spare cushions.

Took a day (between Dobe & grocery shopping stuff) to remove old coverings and reupholster seats. Could not have done (easily) without my Arrow PT50 pneumatic staple gun! (Note- Dobes don't like sound of stapler inside foyer of house)


Arrow PT50 Pneumatic Stapler

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Arrow-PT...PT50/300126656


Good Youtube Video About Covering Chair Cushions
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmQpQmhXbMo


On to next project!
Very nice SD! They look great. Ha I did see your "helper"

The background of the table - how was that done?
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We started walking again yesterday - twice! I walk quite a bit at work but mostly flat surfaces.

She had also bought some Tai Chi DVDs and they came in the other day. She says and you can do them with me!
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Very nice SD! They look great. Ha I did see your "helper"

The background of the table - how was that done?
That's a mural wallpaper we've had up many years since being in the house. DW contracted lady do job. Only thing I didn't like was her covering switch/outlet faceplates. This only causes problems later on and gets peeled off eventually. (Just replaced on electrical project a couple months ago with oversized, nylon unbreakable faceplates)

That's one DIY job in house that I refuse to do anymore- wallpapering!

In last two houses I hung lots of wallpaper, the thick, textured, expensive kind with precise matching edges in our bathrooms, to cover up the circa 70's olive green or brown ugly original papers. I got the jobs done, but not without lots of aggravation, cursing and wastage of material which was $$$.

So, IMO, wall papering should left to the experts- worth the extra cost, for your mental health and sanity....
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A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
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