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Happy Day After Birthday SP!!!!!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFhtyjkOt5o
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Happy Day After Birthday SP!!!!!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFhtyjkOt5o

"Happy Birthday, Chicken!"

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That is so cool. And it fits us so well.



This came up next on my screen. It kinda has a nice rhythm to it if you're looking for something to sing all night.



"Chicken Bop" by StoryBots
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Happy Day After, SP!!!

I made this just for you.



Sorry I missed your special day.

Birthdays to me are just another day. Someone at work let the cat out of the bag, but those that have worked with me long enough, know that! I just go through birthdays without hoopla.

But, Thank You!
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Double like! I used to love climbing on rocks with my faithful Shogie-dobie. He was a good rock climber and fallen-tree walker. Somewhere I have a picture of him standing on a bluff overlooking a big valley, with the Tumalo river at the bottom. It's a 35mm hard copy picture, and I'm sure it's in one of my old albums. If I can ever find it, I'll ask Rich to scan it and maybe I can post it here someday.



I used to be a drag-racer, too. Well, a bracket racer, I never had a good enough car to do the "professional" race stuff. But I have two trophies! I was one of two women - the other one had a blue Camaro, and I had my gold '69 Coronet (I'm a MoPar chick), and we were at Portland International Raceway every Wednesday night, and because once a week wasn't enough, I'd drive down to the Woodburn Dragstrip every Sunday. Man, those were the days...



No, the "tree" (AKA "the Christmas tree") is the big tall thing with lights down both sides on the starting line at the dragstrip. The lights are yellow all the way down to the last one, which is green (that means GO!) or, if you go too soon, the very bottom one is red (that means YOU LOSE!). "Cutting a hole shot" is managing to take off just as that last yellow flashes on, but not quick enough to get a red light. And never bracket race against a VW Bug, because they have such a handicap, they're practically at the finish line before you get to go. And never race a bike. Doesn't matter how big a headstart you get, they ALWAYS manage to pass you right at the end.



Happy Belated Birthday, "good" sis! I can't drive 55, either. (Good song!)
My Aunt never told me that. And, the first full on TV race I watched was with Kenny. I got sucked into an Indy race and was impressed that the Chevys beat the Hondas or something like that. I was having good antenna reception that day.

Thanks for the education!

And, I am glad that Ma didn't ban your "sis" reference. Sis!
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SP, Turning 55 means you're still a youngin' on the CT! (along with MC)

Bright side- At some movie theatre chains, you can get in with Senior Discount at age 55! (not too many, though)

Senior Discounts at the movies and cinemas. Look for children and grandchildren discounts as well. - SeniorDiscounts.com



Here's a unique gift, just for you, and your coop duties...










BTW- WTH is Mel getting up at 0356 MDT?......Oh yeah, she just went to sleep!

That was too funny, Daddio!

And Ma passing out? Hilarious!

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Hello out there...........wow ...I like this retirement life.
Chilly up here ...............and windy.
No sun..........and damp from rain.
Not a dang critter anywhere......except for these crazy humans that are playing golf outside our condo that resides on a golf course.
I do not play golf......but I like to walk along the asphalt road that runs along the course.
Scott says I cannot walk out there because that is for the golfers and their carts .
So sounds like I need a cart..............these carts are gas powered .......mine at home runs by battery (nice and quiet) .
You know.....as you travel around ....IMO...this whole state is just a leap of faith......because as you drive around one cannot this see the horizon.....I mean you go up a mountain road......and since you cannot see the horizon you have to assume the road remains where you cannot see........freaky .............to say the least.
So my hat is off to mountain people...........it’s amazing you make it to your destinations daily.
I dated a trucker that golfed on his down time. It was fun riding in the golf cart, drinking beer and hollering 4 for no particular reason. Hollering 4 actually paid off once! Some dude almost got hit in the head and ducked just in time. He said Thanks!

I was also spouting off random quotes from Happy Gilmore like, Jackass!

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Here ya go here’s our current home........
As you all can see, Cuz was in the sauce by pic #5.

I just don't know what to do with her anymore!

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Happy Birthday Belated SP..............for you my virtual present for you is .......a weeks worth of AM chicken coop duties for you while you have free time to torture your mister.

So did you get a cake ? Did you get a real present ? What cha get.......need details..............maybe ice cream..........chit ....55 ......poor thing.

Hope you did better than me .....I got tied up, beat, and wind burned......but was allowed to come out for wavy chips.
My gifts were grocery getting (he does that anyway, but he was coming off his side job from the South side), feeding and watering the chickens and horse (which he bitched about, he hates my chickens) He really doesn't hate them. He's the one that insisted on the Polish ones that lay boring white eggs.

However, when I got home tonight he said, I got you another birthday present. Something you have been bitching about for years. And, drum roll...


You know the spray nozzle on a hose in the kitchen? Every single house I've lived in on my own? It would always get caught up on the plumbing below the sink.

He redid the plumbing crap and now my spray nozzle will never get caught again!

It's always so irritating to stop what you are washing and open the cabinet doors to straighten things out.

Guess he got tired of me bitching.

He's such a good guy! And that is a good enough present for me!

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Did Di wipe your butt today?

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Hrere's a song for you SP - I know how you like to rock OUT

Tom Petty -- You Wreck Me

Thank You! Hell Yeah!

I know I have a Tom Petty CD somewhere! If I can't find it, I will go buy one! Most of my music is loaded on my Ipod for mowing. Don't have a whole lot to be found for my truck.

Rock on!

I can't believe Ozzy outlived Tom Petty. I am baffled.

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Nope......me not fast.........I follow the slower better rule..........get with it pop!
Daddio,

She can't go fast. She's got a 4 banger!



Teasing you, Cuz!
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Happy Day After Birthday SP!!!!!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFhtyjkOt5o
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Thank you!

Kenny don't crow like that!

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Good morning!

Off today
- piano
- ciabatta bread making
- shopping
- back ciabatta
- friends over for dinner
- chicken piccata, risotto, asparagus, mushrooms, ciabatta, white wine, and tiramisu!!! Some sort of appetizers - maybe goat cheese, drizzled with honey and pistachios

And maybe this morning will do some work work....hmm probably not
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Daddio,

She can't go fast. She's got a 4 banger!



Teasing you, Cuz!
Daddio - research Definition a cool male. From 1950s Beatnick culture. Used by the character Mia in the film Pulp Fiction.

Came across:
The Blackboard Jungle (1955) – Daddy-O https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60bkv4hZaP8

Foghorn Leghorn: Like, link us man, link us! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcbXFW5mhc4 Da Da Daddio
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Good morning all

Big day yesterday on the " Not right farm " ! Lots going on 4-sure ! Started out with a trip to Rushville IN to get a new chain for a sweep auger - Norm and Dav put it back together - not easy thing to do . We finished cutting beans at 3:30 and got all the beans to town ( ran out of room at the farm ) everything moved back to the farm - today is a major service day - transferring beans to another bin . Hope to start on the corn Sunday . Checked in with my Purdue guys and set the date to shell off the plot ( Wed. ) if everting goes well .

BTW - Anybody know were I left my extra phone charger at ? The main one broke a few days ago and my phone is dead by 4

Double BTW - Looks like FLA is in for a big storm , Have fun Di and Scott !

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Happy Friday everyone...repeat of last week.

Hey Ken enjoy your day!

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Well, the UPS guy was late the other night, so I didn't get to watch my Doberman Gang movies until last night. The first one was... um... underwhelming, to put it nicely. I thought I remembered more Dobie action. But, oh, what there was was GOOD! So beautiful. I forgot about the one getting hit by a car, though. The other movie that came with it was The Daring Dobermans, and I liked that one MUCH better. Dogs all the way through that one, and a good ending.
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Good morning peeps. I feel normal for the first time this week, just in time for Friday and the weekend My back has been bothering me all week, no idea what set it off this time but it got to the point where it hurt to sit, stand, and lay down...lots of aspirin, biofreeze, and moaning and whining LOL...but this morning I woke up and jumped right out of bed like it's 1999. Hopefully I can take Mocha for our hike tomorrow morning
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Well, the UPS guy was late the other night, so I didn't get to watch my Doberman Gang movies until last night. The first one was... um... underwhelming, to put it nicely. I thought I remembered more Dobie action. But, oh, what there was was GOOD! So beautiful. I forgot about the one getting hit by a car, though. The other movie that came with it was The Daring Dobermans, and I liked that one MUCH better. Dogs all the way through that one, and a good ending.
While Googling The Daring Dobermans, I happened to see this:

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Well, the UPS guy was late the other night, so I didn't get to watch my Doberman Gang movies until last night. The first one was... um... underwhelming, to put it nicely. I thought I remembered more Dobie action. But, oh, what there was was GOOD! So beautiful. I forgot about the one getting hit by a car, though. The other movie that came with it was The Daring Dobermans, and I liked that one MUCH better. Dogs all the way through that one, and a good ending.



That's understandable Lannie, since UPS is still using some of their older trucks in your SD service area....







That's way better than USPS, refusing to retire their older "vehicles" from service in SD....

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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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Good thing the bad guys were all wearing leisure suits, with plenty of loose material for the Dobes to grab hold of!!
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Even if you are ignoring birthdays, Denny, and even though I'm now a couple of days late--Toad, the kitties and I wish you a VERY HAPPY (only slightly late) BIRTHDAY (and many more).

DocK? Are you completely done with beans?--now it's on to corn? Good luck--we have nothing but rain predicted for the next week around lovely left hand Portland. All of the water pansy dogs have to be pushed out and chased down the side of the house because they are sure they are about to melt. And while I was bringing in the evicted dogs last night after the last potty break, Clark (the birdbrain) who often tries to make the big break for the great outdoors (he's an indoor only guy) made it out--10:00pm, raining buckets and I'm out in the back yard trying to corral the escapee. Finally I got wet enough and cold enough to give up so I left the back door light on and went to bed and watched te late night news--at 11:00 Toad got up and went down the hall headed for the kitchen (his hearing is way better than these days) so I followed him and sure enough there was a very wet Clark at the back door squeaking to come in.

I'd like to believe his excursion into the great soggy outdoor taught Clark some kind of lesson but he was hovering at the back door this morning so stuck him in the big dog crate to wait safely until the dogs went out and came back in.

And now we have a brief break in the clouds and sunshine--that's not supposed tolast for long but I hope, Kenny, that our rains sticks around here and doesn't visit you while you are drying to harvest corn.

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SP, Turning 55 means you're still a youngin' on the CT! (along with MC)

Bright side- At some movie theatre chains, you can get in with Senior Discount at age 55! (not too many, though)

Senior Discounts at the movies and cinemas. Look for children and grandchildren discounts as well. - SeniorDiscounts.com

LOL! Geeze Denny--at 55 you're just a mere babe in arms--I've got you beat by 25 years.

I think you need to get to someplace on the West coast to find all the places that give Senior discounts at 55--it's a little like being on the dark side around her--lots of Senior discounts kick in at 55 in Portland. (or maybe our populations is just older than dirt?)
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Dryopteris! carthusiana?? "wood fern"
AJ--that looks very much like the common fern that grows everywhere in western Washington and Oregon? Or is the one in Lady Di's picture something special on the east coast?

Mel and MeadowCat--really? Ferns don't grow in the wild in either of your areas?

Ferns are practically a noxious weed around me--a neighbor across the street from me had ferns growing in a raised bed nest to his front steps when I moved in here (15 or 16 years ago) and I had no ferns (in fact the preceeding tenant (or owner) had put down weed cloth and 6 to 12 inches of bark on every bed on the property (evidently before that they had a covering of river rock which sort of got removed) Anyway I dug up yards of bark and dumped it in the back corner of the back yard and removed the weed cloth and put down yards and yards of topsoil and planted stuff--iris, daffodils, lilies, hostas and annuals. And a couple of years later I started finding ferns starting to grow (evidently wind blew spores from that neighbors ferns into my yard)--I let them grow in a few places and after a couple of more years learned to yank them out as soon as I found them starting to grow otherwise the spread like weeds and killed the plants I wanted.

My friend who has several acres of land has ferns that constitutes the entire understory of an acre of Douglas fir at the very back of the property--all volunteers that would move into the rest of the property if given a chance.

And I still can't believe that this October is more like November--I got a fall blooming iris type (it's not an iris--more related to a gladiola) that is one of the few fall blooming bulbs which started to bloom in very late September--which is when it usually is in bloom--but it really doesn't like all the rain and cold is isn't normal for here in October so its putting on a pretty poor show.

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AJ--that looks very much like the common fern that grows everywhere in western Washington and Oregon? Or is the one in Lady Di's picture something special on the east coast?

Mel and MeadowCat--really? Ferns don't grow in the wild in either of your areas?

Ferns are practically a noxious weed around me--a neighbor across the street from me had ferns growing in a raised bed nest to his front steps when I moved in here (15 or 16 years ago) and I had no ferns (in fact the preceeding tenant (or owner) had put down weed cloth and 6 to 12 inches of bark on every bed on the property (evidently before that they had a covering of river rock which sort of got removed) Anyway I dug up yards of bark and dumped it in the back corner of the back yard and removed the weed cloth and put down yards and yards of topsoil and planted stuff--iris, daffodils, lilies, hostas and annuals. And a couple of years later I started finding ferns starting to grow (evidently wind blew spores from that neighbors ferns into my yard)--I let them grow in a few places and after a couple of more years learned to yank them out as soon as I found them starting to grow otherwise the spread like weeds and killed the plants I wanted.

My friend who has several acres of land has ferns that constitutes the entire understory of an acre of Douglas fir at the very back of the property--all volunteers that would move into the rest of the property if given a chance.

And I still can't believe that this October is more like November--I got a fall blooming iris type (it's not an iris--more related to a gladiola) that is one of the few fall blooming bulbs which started to bloom in very late September--which is when it usually is in bloom--but it really doesn't like all the rain and cold is isn't normal for here in October so its putting on a pretty poor show.

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Oh, we have tons of ferns all over here in MN...must have missed the post I love ferns!
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