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Wakey-Wakie to the "sleep in gang" here....get out of bed lazies !!

Giving out Xmas presents today & we finally have a dusting of snow, on the ground.
- even the dogs, will get something

Headed to sons condo, in an hour...with my drywall mudding / sanding / painting tools...for bathroom refreshing.
- now he is excited to learn some home renovation skills
- he wasn't any help as a teenager, but home ownership changes all that
Its rewarding, to see him learning how to work with his hands / little manual labor, don't hurt anybody...
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Morning Beau Beau!

You are right! Home ownership sure does change things!

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And, if you are giving out Christmas presents today, what will you give out on Christmas?

And, I could use a barn, Santa!

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I have a quart of split pea soup left over that I made a couple of days ago.

What makes it so good? Gartner's home smoked ham hocks! Make little ham hock stock, save the meat. Cook the split peas with the requisite vegetables and add the meat back in,

Me.... I always make croutons and liberally use reggiano parmesan cheese, as well as chopped parsley.

BTW. We were dirt poor when I was a young kid. I am guessing an average dinner cost about $1. My father was medical student, then an intern, then a resident, then partner in a practice that still thrives today. (He is 91). Rags to riches story. Of course, buy the time they got rich, I was leaving home for Oregon. Oh well...

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Son and the YorkiePoo's (Trevor & Molly) visited this evening.
- Mrs. Beau was making a crock pot of cooked meat/veggie stew / for Kelly's breakfast meal
- the little ones wouldn't stop begging/crying, for more
- got worse, when Mrs. took the lid off, to stir up the delicious mix...whine/cry/whine

Son is leaving in a few days, for a months vacation in Sweden, so no big Xmas party here.
- tonight Dad gave him a cheap-gag gift, to open / and he loved it
- stainless steel puddy knives (4), from Harbor Freight MI.
- can't find the good stainless steel ones, in Canada...so they will not rust
- we gonna use them tomorrow afternoon, on the plaster walls
- doing his master washroom reno. & getting it ready for paint
Is that your boy, Beau?

How old is he, is he single, and does he have money?

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And, if you are giving out Christmas presents today, what will you give out on Christmas?

And, I could use a barn, Santa!

How’d you know I was shopping for you?

Cant decide between this



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Ruffled feathers???? Hey Ken--is this more chicken talk? (CT according to Melbrod)
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I like chicken #1. Can't tell which end is head or butt, but I like the colors.
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LMAO here SP !!!!!!!!!!!!! That -- Ain't NO dam chicken ! Its a dust mop !!!!!!!!! Heck fire GIRL - I can even see that !
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Is that your boy, Beau?

How old is he, is he single, and does he have money?

SP - aren't we full of personal questions today / I never expect anything less, from you...

Is that your boy, Beau?
- YES, as a baby, was cuter than the infant on the Pampers diaper box
- YES, I gave him my best shot !!

How old is he
- Mid 30's

Is he single
- Yes, a younger version of George Clooney
- but Beau has to approve the serious FM's...No Red Flags

and does he have money?
- YES Wealth / of personal gratification, continuous learning & professional growth
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So now that you’ve got your feather duster--you just need a rag mop to go with it, and you’re all set.



From The Telegraph--Dortman Dog Show
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And, if you are giving out Christmas presents today, what will you give out on Christmas?

And, I could use a barn, Santa!

Xmas day is without our beloved son / so its just Mrs, Kelly & Beau...for a few things to exchange.
- son got his gifts, from mom & dad today
- little Trevor got his toy
- and before we started to sand out the Durabond 90 mud repairs, in bathroom / handed out gifts

Now the nice HD battery booster pack, I gave him / he wants another identical one, for his business partner...to put under her Xmas tree. https://www.amazon.com/GOOLOO-20800m.../dp/B06XY35D93
- we probably going back to MI, between Xmas & New Years
- and son is gone to Europe, for 4 weeks...over holidays
^^ Dad's brain fart - since son is flying out in 3 days / just re-gift what I bought him, and I replace it, before he gets back home....works for me...

re...And, I could use a barn, Santa!
- No soup for you SP
- says: Scrooge Beau McDuck...
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So now that you’ve got your feather duster--you just need a rag mop to go with it, and you’re all set.



From The Telegraph--Dortman Dog Show
Hey Melbrod,

The dust mop is black and if you are trying to look it up in the AKC Dog Book it'll be under Puli.

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I just love action shots of Pulik and Komondorok (or whatever the plurals are).


Bug, are you saying my house is so dirty that a rag mop will turn black when I swab down the kitchen?

Because you just might be right!

Anyway, we have reddish sorta granular dust around here (red sandstone), so I’ll have to look for a apricot corded poodle.
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Nice bling (well, Christmas decos....whatever) on the barred chicken’s neck.
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OMG!

My, how you have aged, NoBite!!

Want me to take those chickens off your lap?
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My, how you have aged, NoBite!!

Want me to take those chickens off your lap?
Gotta have your Bird-Flu Vaccine, if your posing as the real-Deal.
- some Santa's will do anything, for a Hot Chick or two...
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I just love action shots of Pulik and Komondorok (or whatever the plurals are).


Bug, are you saying my house is so dirty that a rag mop will turn black when I swab down the kitchen?

Because you just might be right!

Anyway, we have reddish sorta granular dust around here (red sandstone), so I’ll have to look for a apricot corded poodle.

LOL! Actually I was thinking that there just wasn't any breed that was green (I've never really understood why all dust mops seem to be green).

I go back so far in conformation that Puli's were never shown corded--they were all comb outs like the Poodles. Imagine my shock when I dropped out of showing conformation for nearly 10 years and was standing near the Puli ring and ALL of them were corded.

Some of the best orchard land in Oregon is in the foothills and they mostly have red clay type soil (very high iron content) and when I was training my Dobes in tracking the Aussie used to go along (he could track but he lied a lot but was so convincing about it that he was entirely unreliable) but if it had been raining (and this is after all, the PNW--it rains a lot) he always came home with pink feet.

I like the idea of an apricot corded poodle...

And I wouldn't dare cast any sort of aspersions on the state of anyone else's kitchen floor...in fact since I noticed this morning tat one of the cats playing with a ball of cat hair (and all my cats are shorthaired) I don't want to even think about kitchen floors.

PS Puli is singular and Pulik is the plural (I was told by someone who was supposed to know that "ik" is a common ending to designate plural in Hungarian.)

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Oh bug, all dust mops are not green...

Mine is a dirty white cotton dust mop that I got 20 years ago from the "Fuller Brush" man! I used to buy new mop heads at Coast Janitorial Supply until they moved out of NE PDX.

Man, I miss Fuller Brush. A lost bit of Americana. (Door to door salesmen). BTW. My wife still has her Avon lady. Seriously!

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Get off of here 4x4 and answer your dam phone - lol

I have some mop's to sell yeah - lol
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I’ve had dogs (well, really only Capri) lick my kitchen floor before, but it reached a new low when I saw the CAT licking the floor by the stove. I won’t even mention the time I saw Capri vacuuming along the baseboard under the dining room table.

Though she is the one I discovered standing ON (all four feet) the dining room table licking the butter dish. So maybe she just had strange ideas about how she should get her daily calorie needs met.



But I guess anything that helps keep the dirt at bay goes.
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Any else's dogs likes their butter ?

Kelly will sneak a gentle lick by leaning out, if the butter dish is open on the counter & positioned closer to the counter top edge / or try & lick my sandwich edge, when Dad is sitting, in the leather chair.
- such a predictable soul, our girly is / just makes me laugh, at her

And little "T-Man" Trevor (sons dog) - he the expert at licking plates / the one I gave him on the weekend (after supper) / was so spotless, plate licked perfectly clean...but still went into the dishwasher...have no fear gang.
- Kelly is the opposite, isn't that OCD...in for the bulk of the human food goodies, and than done

------------Kelly & (Amy - RIP @ 11.7 y/o)

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