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Beau, Look back on Chatbox. Someone else was asking about her and it made me curious. I found her info in B.C. and then went to Dobequest and then emailed someone that had purchased a puppy of hers and then looked up their address, and they were kind enough to email me and let me know about Darkev's. I put most of what I know on Chatbox and I saved the edress of the gal who knew her and had coowned some of her Dobermans.

If you can't find that msg on Chatbox, I can fw you the email I received. You shouldn't have to look far on Chatbox as it wasn't that long ago.
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Anybody want to play Rummy?

I asked Mister what game he wanted me to kick his A$$ at.

He said whatever.



Rummy it is!

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Good news: I had finally got around to contacting Megan (Sabri Dobes) about Zipper's passing (thank you again, MC, for finding her website for me). I told her also that I would very much like to have another Dobe at some point, preferably another re-home, if she happened to hear of one sometime, and today she wrote back and said she comes across good dogs needing a re-home on a fairly regular basis, so she'd keep me in mind. That's good news, right? No dog could ever fill Zipper's booties, but it sure would go a long way to filling this Dobershaped hole in my heart. I told her I didn't want to be picky, but I'd prefer a boy next time (if there even IS a next time) because of Missy and her attitude about having "another woman" in the house.
Lannie I wish we lived closer to each other because if we did, I'd bring Mocha over to visit you. I really believe the love that girl has in her heart would help heal some of the holes you have in yours. Especially once she laid her head between your shoulder and your face and starting giving those huge sighs of contentment while you scratched her ears, face, and neck
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Anybody want to play Rummy?

I asked Mister what game he wanted me to kick his A$$ at.

He said whatever.



Rummy it is!

BeauBear?

Watch this!
Kicked his A$$!
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Anybody want to play Rummy?

I asked Mister what game he wanted me to kick his A$$ at.

He said whatever.



Rummy it is!

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Kicked his A$$!
Sorry SP - Beau didn't miss much, I guess.
- you sill get a big Congrats // so suck U
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Good morning everyone.

Got up a bit late today. I saw 3:30 and 4:30. But fell back to sleep so didn't get up until 5:30.

Took Mila out and made coffee...now have to drink quickly before I get ready to go to work.

Have a good day all!
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Good morning everybody !
Well going to work today.....curtains hung up yesterday......one more time set is on the way !
Today they will decide if they are going to issue at stay at home order for the entire state of florida.
The exception will be for “essential workers”.
Hummmmmm thinking might need to get several gallons of paint on the way home IF this happens.
Constantly co-ordinating home improvement supplies...........my work just never ends!!!!
I love Scott so darn much !
For this I will be in debt!
Morning Lannie........tell mister grumpy I said Helloooooooooo........tell him I am sending all the spring breaker girls in bikini’s to him!!
There that outta get him in a better mood! Your welcome.......
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Oh...forgot...hey Moe.....how is the tai chi sessions going ...we just gotta have PIC’s of this !!!!!!
Scott and I took Tai Chi classes several years ago.......we really enjoyed the classes.
The first class I went to I saw this big bowl of fruit at an alter and thought how nice to offer snacks!!!!
Then realized those were not for me to eat !!!! Ba ha ha ha
Scott has issues with the school at first because he is Methodist and the Buddha statues sitting around made him feel that he was not being loyal to his church. But we continued and he liked the classes actually got him to slow down....everything moves so slowly.
The only the SCott refused to do was to go to class early and chant ......but a lot of older folks with health conditions swore there health improved after taking classes for over a year or so....
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Good morning everybody ! Crummy morning here - drizzle , cloudy , 40 degrees .

Lots of just simple business going on - Got to get with the seed dealer today - I'm NOT happy with him and will make a change before next season !

Have to talk with the fert. plant today , see what's going on and what to plan on , this dang China virus sure has changed our life's , We live the simple life here , we are used to this Social Distancing - more or less , would hate to think what it is like for Commander Cat , LDi and all the others . Have talked to some neighbors and were all talking about putting up signs in our drive ways at our shops that says - Do Not Stop here - it is more for the salesmen that try and sell you something .

Well better get going !

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Lannie I wish we lived closer to each other because if we did, I'd bring Mocha over to visit you. I really believe the love that girl has in her heart would help heal some of the holes you have in yours. Especially once she laid her head between your shoulder and your face and starting giving those huge sighs of contentment while you scratched her ears, face, and neck
Oh, thank you! I just sat here with my eyes closed and let my imagination do the rest, and it was almost as good as the real thing. I felt her warm neck, and her tight little cheeks (on her FACE, you pervert!) and her whiskers tickled the side of my neck and she was so warm and firm, and yes, those sighs were great. I could feel her warm breath, too. That felt good, and tell Mocha thanks for "sharing."

Also, and I hate to keep going on about this, but there was even MORE good news yesterday, which I desperately need right now. Missy has been reading (and responding to) my horribly spiky energy these past several days, and she's trying her best to "help me" by reprimanding the cats for the least little infraction. And sometimes for no infraction at all. (Her job is Senior Cat Monitor.) Problem is, all these cats get into a fair amount of trouble on a regular basis, like clawing the crap out of the carpet to sharpen their claws, or sneaking up on the counters to check for food, or the old standard, knocking things off the table or shelves or whatever. So ever since I've been so stressed, every time I even twitch like I might be going to stand up, she leaps up from wherever she is and hammers the closest cat. Sometimes said cat is actually guilty of something, but sometimes, I was just getting up to get a glass of water, or more coffee, and some poor, hapless feline who was walking across the kitchen gets a face full of Missy. (She doesn't ever put her teeth on them, but she has a fierce snarl, believe me! LOL!)

Anyway, I've been trying to ACT more relaxed, but you know, you can't lie to a dog, and she sees right through me. But since we sent Oliver home and the "no milk" problem is solved, and I figured out I can clean Chicklet's cage with a damp rag (it's messy, but it works) instead of half a roll of paper towels, my stress level has gone back down close to normal. No kitties got in Missy-trouble yesterday at all. But that wasn't even the good news, just the back story as to why I NEED some more good news.

I called the neighbor yesterday to warn him about Oliver maybe hearing Cricket yelling for him, and to keep an eye on him in case he attempted a jailbreak, and he said yes, Oliver WAS hearing Cricket and had been answering her all day, but so far was still safely ensconced behind the fence. OK, good. Then he asked if we wanted him to bring a couple of big round bales over right away and I said sure, so he loaded up two big rounds AND a bale feeder (our old one was destroyed and not usable anymore, but they're very expensive, so it's not replaced yet). I was surprised, to say the least, but he said it was an old one he wasn't using anymore and we were welcome to it. So the girls have their hay inside a nice bale ring now instead of just lying on the ground where they can tear it all up and waste half of it.

And THEN, our regular hay guy finally got back to Rich and told him he does have almost a full load of bales for us, not just four, like Rich told me. I THOUGHT Clint had said he had another load, but Rich was so certain he'd told him only four that I started thinking I'd misheard him. Obviously, it was Rich that misheard. As usual. It's not urgent, because we still have almost three of the large squares, plus the two rounds that neighbor John brought over yesterday, but sometime in the next month or so, Clint will bring our final load of good hay. No worries about running out now! We should still have some left when we get next winter's load in October.

And THEN (I know, can you stand it?) when I went out to tuck the cow girls in bed last night at chore time, I saw that Cricket's udder was FULL. She's going to be bursting by milking time this morning! It sounds terrible, but I left her like that, because the more uncomfortable she is, the more likely she'll let down the whole load when I milk her today. I expect there will be at least two gallons in there, maybe more. So we're not in such bad shape after all. If she's still making that much milk, I should be able to keep her milking until her regular dry-off time in August. Fingers crossed!

The snow yesterday didn't stick, by the way, but there's more snow in the forecast for Wednesday through Friday. If it snows overnight, it will stick, but the highs are supposed to be in the low 50s during that time, so it will all melt the next day, and I'M NOT EVEN WORRIED ABOUT IT.

I know it won't last, but today is a good day, and I'm happy again. I'm sure I'll have another meltdown when Rich goes shopping and comes back with nothing, or next to nothing, but aside from cat and dog food, we're OK with the basics and can get by for another month, at least. If we could just get a pack of paper towels and one of TP, we'd be set for a few months.
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Good morning everybody ! Crummy morning here - drizzle , cloudy , 40 degrees .

Lots of just simple business going on - Got to get with the seed dealer today - I'm NOT happy with him and will make a change before next season !

Have to talk with the fert. plant today , see what's going on and what to plan on , this dang China virus sure has changed our life's , We live the simple life here , we are used to this Social Distancing - more or less , would hate to think what it is like for Commander Cat , LDi and all the others . Have talked to some neighbors and were all talking about putting up signs in our drive ways at our shops that says - Do Not Stop here - it is more for the salesmen that try and sell you something .

Well better get going !

Be safe my friends

Fert plant or fart plant ?
Fart would be more appropriate for the soy bean dealers !!!! Ba ha ha ha
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Oh, yeah, if I do get two gallons of milk today, I'm making CHEESE this afternoon! I'll have plenty of cream to make butter with again, too, now that Cricket won't need to save it back for Oliver. But the cheese! Not to toot my own horn (too much), but my cheese is way better than storebought. Maybe it's just because I made it, but I think it tastes better.

I love having a cow. I never (usually) have to worry about running out of drinking milk, cheese, butter, or yogurt.

And now that spring has sprung, the chickens are laying eggs again, so I have an abundance of eggs as well. Yes, I'm happy.
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Good morning everybody !
Well going to work today.....curtains hung up yesterday......one more time set is on the way !
Today they will decide if they are going to issue at stay at home order for the entire state of florida.
The exception will be for “essential workers”.
Hummmmmm thinking might need to get several gallons of paint on the way home IF this happens.
Constantly co-ordinating home improvement supplies...........my work just never ends!!!!
I love Scott so darn much !
For this I will be in debt!
Morning Lannie........tell mister grumpy I said Helloooooooooo........tell him I am sending all the spring breaker girls in bikini’s to him!!
There that outta get him in a better mood! Your welcome.......
Yeah! It's all those Kiddos at the beach that put your State in jeopardy of shutting down!
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Good Morning All!

This job hunting sucks.

I lost my resume' then found it. Now I am having difficulty navigating LinkedIn.

So far, I've got hits for colleges. No! I don't need to spend money going to school. I need a job.

How do they think I am supposed to pay for school if I am looking for a job?



This is exasperating!
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I agree......some of them within our state some are from outside states ...but either way they are so darn selfish !

Now for some good news ......Hoss's labs came back .......HE HAS NO CANCER CELLS .......in his lymph node of his rear leg !
Its a reactive node for some reason ........but we will deal with that later once we get to the other side of this pandemic!
Suspect he will need to get onto some joint supplements.
They are sending me the new report soon!
So relieved to hear this today !
My boy will be with me for a long long time !!!! So happy to hear this news today......happy tears are just a flowing !!!!
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Now that is great news LDi ! I have been so worried about Hoss ! After going threw what we did with Ali girl . I'm so , so happy for all of you ! Give him a big hug for me !
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Oh yeah...forgot to post this...there is a woman in Tampa that does alot of sewing like MC. She has her first meeting today regarding making facial masks for the state during this pandemic.
MC.......you need to get on this sewing boat .........could be a good opportunity to help others and make some funds during your down time.
Just a thought for those that love sewing.

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Good Morning All!

This job hunting sucks.

I lost my resume' then found it. Now I am having difficulty navigating LinkedIn.

So far, I've got hits for colleges. No! I don't need to spend money going to school. I need a job.

How do they think I am supposed to pay for school if I am looking for a job?



This is exasperating!

SP, How about adding this to your resume and sending to GMC & John Deere?
Both are companies will need your help during the forthcoming Covid-19 economic recovery.


You can legitimately add your experience as a successful...


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This discussion thread, with nearly 550K views and over 31K member contributions, regularly delve into discussions of GMC & John Deere equipment.

Both of these two high quality brands are promoted relentlessly, but very subtlely in the thread."


<attach picture of self, hugging JD tractor>


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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Yea Me!

I just canceled my Netflix!

Now, if they cancel the CT I will be in a real "fix"!

I hope I don't have to shut down the internet.

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SP, How about adding this to your resume and sending to GMC & John Deere?
Both are companies will need your help during the forthcoming Covid-19 economic recovery.


You can legitimately add your experience as a successful...


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This discussion thread, with nearly 550K views and over 31K member contributions, regularly delve into discussions of GMC & John Deere equipment.

Both of these two high quality brands are promoted relentlessly, but very subtlely in the thread."


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Don't tease me right now.

Or, were you serious?

Can I put the entire Chicken Gang down as references?

Because I will.

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SP, How about adding this to your resume and sending to GMC & John Deere?
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You can legitimately add your experience as a successful...


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This discussion thread, with nearly 550K views and over 31K member contributions, regularly delve into discussions of GMC & John Deere equipment.

Both of these two high quality brands are promoted relentlessly, but very subtlely in the thread."


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OMG!

I've got an amateur commercial in my head!

Cuz?

E-mail me!
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SP - SD's idea wasn't a bad idea - up might call a local J.D. dealer as see if they " May " be looking for any delivery drivers ( from store to farm ) to keep customers from stopping by there stores - or anything like that . Even CaseIH dealers - I know there are Red - but hey - it may be a job for now . Even a fert. dealer looking for any office help or the likes
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Don't tease me right now.

Or, were you serious?

Can I put the entire Chicken Gang down as references?

Because I will.

You're asking us to LIE to make your resume look good???

Though your smutty JD tractor photo did set the tone for this entire thread almost right from the beginning.

And judging from the number of posts and views, this is the most successful thread on DT by far.


Let me know if you need some of your more risqué comments deleted. The w**nker discussion comes to mind.

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And ECIN's suggestion sounds pretty good to me too.
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I agree......some of them within our state some are from outside states ...but either way they are so darn selfish !

Now for some good news ......Hoss's labs came back .......HE HAS NO CANCER CELLS .......in his lymph node of his rear leg !
Its a reactive node for some reason ........but we will deal with that later once we get to the other side of this pandemic!
Suspect he will need to get onto some joint supplements.
They are sending me the new report soon!
So relieved to hear this today !
My boy will be with me for a long long time !!!! So happy to hear this news today......happy tears are just a flowing !!!!
Fantanbulous!

Now. Can you train him to stop trying to eat my lizards?

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