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post #24501 of 26111 (permalink) Old 11-10-2019, 04:02 PM
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What a pretty day here !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Light breeze - 61 degrees - now the kick in the pants - I just ran into town to pick up the last few days of mail and some guy said they are calling for 1 to 3 inch's of snow tonight or tomorrow

I was disappointed with Scotty's shoulder - you can barely tell they even worked on it - I thought it would like they cut it off then reattached it - And he's taking off work for that ? WOW

Well better get back at it

BTW Mel thanks for the laugh for the day - I was in town a few years ago and seen a dog doing that at the local VP - know that was funny
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I don't want no stinkin' complaints about the danged weather Kenny. It started raining yesterday afternoon--no enough to help catch up our 5 " deficint for this year but enough that I couldn't go mow either lawn. And it rained several times overnight. And I had to go feed the kitties and tidy up the clinic this morning--it was raining when I left an it was raining when I came home and it's STILL RAINING--temps in the mid 50's.

So bah and humbug.

And I've given up hope of Toad and Leon adapting to the time change. Toad's not so bad--he just comes and looks at me every 10 minutes from 4:45 to 5:45pm. He's given up getting me up to feed him at 5:30 am. But Leon--Leon has taken up screaming and yelling at me (and pacing the floor) for an entire hour before I'm going to feed anyone. It wouldn't be so bad if part of his genetic background is clearly Siamese and he can be heard out in the back alley and out in the drive way as he shrieks at me to FEED HIM!!

Weather guy says tomorrow will be dry--maybe I can get the danged back and fron lawn mowed.

I'm going to go stir my Italian Sausage Soup--do you want that recipe Denny? You can make it thick enough that it's almost a stew. Makes a good chilly rainy weather dish.

Later group....

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Good evening all hope everyone is well! You guys are quiet , that is suppose to be me!

I have been binge watching a show called "counterpart?. a hard one to explain but i am hooked!
It seems to me that Ldi is focused on her patientYou cant take any chances!

I am with bug on the DST...i do not like it!
It is ''Chili'' weather her also...kinda
Would like a little good news this week.
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I don't want no stinkin' complaints about the danged weather Kenny. It started raining yesterday afternoon--no enough to help catch up our 5 " deficint for this year but enough that I couldn't go mow either lawn. And it rained several times overnight. And I had to go feed the kitties and tidy up the clinic this morning--it was raining when I left an it was raining when I came home and it's STILL RAINING--temps in the mid 50's.

So bah and humbug.

And I've given up hope of Toad and Leon adapting to the time change. Toad's not so bad--he just comes and looks at me every 10 minutes from 4:45 to 5:45pm. He's given up getting me up to feed him at 5:30 am. But Leon--Leon has taken up screaming and yelling at me (and pacing the floor) for an entire hour before I'm going to feed anyone. It wouldn't be so bad if part of his genetic background is clearly Siamese and he can be heard out in the back alley and out in the drive way as he shrieks at me to FEED HIM!!

Weather guy says tomorrow will be dry--maybe I can get the danged back and fron lawn mowed.

I'm going to go stir my Italian Sausage Soup--do you want that recipe Denny? You can make it thick enough that it's almost a stew. Makes a good chilly rainy weather dish.

Later group....

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I think Screamer is Siamese too! Even though she is a Tortie. She talks entirely too much!

And, Hell ya I want your recipe!

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Good evening all hope everyone is well! You guys are quiet , that is suppose to be me!

I have been binge watching a show called "counterpart?. a hard one to explain but i am hooked!
It seems to me that Ldi is focused on her patientYou cant take any chances!

I am with bug on the DST...i do not like it!
It is ''Chili'' weather her also...kinda
Would like a little good news this week.
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How Dare you accuse us of being quiet!

I'm insulted.

What do you think Ma and I were doing last night?

Put the crack pipe down, AJ.

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Just dropping by to say goodnight, and no one's here.

Those of you who mentioned noisy siamese cats recently...maybe you'll enjoy this video:



The breed's looks sure have changed from when I was a kid.
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Good morning ! AND sweet dreams Ma - lol

Aunt B . I did get the yard mowed yesterday ! What a PRETTY day it was . Mr. B. was outside most of the afternoon - Boy he was tired from working all day

The problem is that we are now under a winter Advisory + super cold air coming in !

Well better get - have a great day
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Just dropping by to say goodnight, and no one's here.

Those of you who mentioned noisy siamese cats recently...maybe you'll enjoy this video:



The breed's looks sure have changed from when I was a kid.

1. Those "cats" definitely look like some sort of alien creatures!

2. After seeing this video my DW will never complain about Spock's whining again!

3. If Sharon's last name was Kartrashian, she could have exited shower with a tiny towel on, to assure video would go viral, containing (2) of YouTubes's most popular subjects.... Crazy cats + Scantily clad women!


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Doesn't Move? Smell It.
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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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Beau!

I was just wondering when you were going to pop back up! I just sent you a text before I got on DT!

You've missed a lot of fun!
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Just dropping by to say goodnight, and no one's here.

Those of you who mentioned noisy siamese cats recently...maybe you'll enjoy this video:



The breed's looks sure have changed from when I was a kid.
Yep! That's Screamer!

She's a Siamese in disguise!

I don't know why that woman wouldn't just open up the shower door and let them in with her since they were so worried about her! Then they would really have something to meow about!

I agree, Ma. My Siamese kitty looked nothing like those cats.
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Good morning ! AND sweet dreams Ma - lol

Aunt B . I did get the yard mowed yesterday ! What a PRETTY day it was . Mr. B. was outside most of the afternoon - Boy he was tired from working all day

The problem is that we are now under a winter Advisory + super cold air coming in !

Well better get - have a great day
Go figure!

Beau pops up and the weather turns to $hit!

34 and blustery here with a chance of ice. Really? From 60 yesterday to freezing rain today? What happened to Fall?

Hey! Farmer Kenny, what does the Farmer's Almanac predict for next Spring and Summer? 129 days until Spring! Yee Haw!
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I have been thinking of tacos today...someone mentioned tacos recently.....so I have been craving them ever since.
Bucs play at 1PM.......thinking tacos for the game food.
Scott is doing great first day he felt no need to ice the wound.
Will have to send pics ....Ouch
Had to come back to this.

Tacos? Didn't you say in a previous post that he can't move that shoulder one bit? He has to be weed whacker ready, come Spring?

How is he supposed to eat a taco? Even if you fed him a taco, he's still going to feel it in his shoulder. I just practiced pretending someone was feeding me a taco so I know what I am talking about.

You are a mean woman!

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Go figure!

Beau pops up and the weather turns to $hit!

34 and blustery here with a chance of ice. Really? From 60 yesterday to freezing rain today? What happened to Fall?

Hey! Farmer Kenny, what does the Farmer's Almanac predict for next Spring and Summer? 129 days until Spring! Yee Haw!
Well my little pretty - it don't sound good for you - Record amounts of very heavy snow and extreme cold for your area - much above temps for us and little to no snow for us here in IN --- LOL

BTW -Just kidding with yeah - I have NO idea what it says SP
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I know, it doesn't sound like much to you guys, but just having that door skirt replaced with a functional one, and having the "foyer" area in front of the barn cleaned and leveled... that is a BIG DEAL to me! And fresh bread and a yummy dinner to top it all off. Yes, yesterday was a good day.

Boy you did have a good - big day Lannie ! In the winter time here - well - really starting right before harvest - we would start getting feeder cattle in - most winters we had 200 head on the farm - endless days of 8 to 10 hours just taking care of stock - then - this is nothing like your weather , but when it gets cold - them cattle take lots and lots of feed - hay to keep there furnaces going Oh - can't forget all the bedding either

Lannie - I will be honest here - I don't miss them days - years
Well, we don't have that many, just the three cows and then the steer that SHOULD have gone in the freezer by now, and the loaner calf, Oliver. But they do certainly go through the hay when it's cold. It's ONE DEGREE outside right now and still dropping. Our low was revised yesterday to 5, but I think it's going to go below zero for the first time this winter. This is late January weather, not mid-November. We should still be having nice sunny days in the 50s and 60s with lows just around or slightly below freezing. Pretty colored leaves on the deciduous trees, blue skies with wispy cirrus clouds... but no. Not this year.

Oh, look, while I was typing that last sentence, it went down to zero outside. Gah!

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Lannie, your work schedule never fails to amaze me. It tires me out just to read it.

Our weather has been funky too, though not nearly as extreme as yours. But it got up to 71 yesterday, supposed to be upper 60's today--then a possibility of snow/ice/mess tonight with a low of 20, high 25 tomorrow. Then back into the 60's by Tuesday.

Ridiculous.
Well, the Weather Channel guy says this is an "Arctivasion." (Arctic Invasion, get it? Yeah...) The weather channel is seeming more and more like the Game Show Network. At least it's a fast-moving Arctivasion.

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Ha that is true!


So this may put me in the sissy camp - But I hate splinters! As I was sitting here I moved my finger a bit and felt a "sharp" pain in my right index finger. I knew what it was as I had thought I got a splinter earlier today picking up Mila's toy from the freshly put down pine straw. But as I looked and rubbed it I didn't see or feel anything...so I thought I got lucky.

I went to the bathroom with my readers as I can't see much without them. In better light and with glasses I saw the small little hmmm cant say what I am thinking....so just splinter. Tried tweezers but way to small. I used the needle to pick at it. But having to use my left hand (right handed), I pushed it deeper in. Argh matey! So there it will sit I guess and hope it doesn't infect.

Think I would rather just be punched. Thus my aversion to needles as well!

Any homemade remedies to get splinters out? Put mud on it draw it out like stingers
I was going to say a hot water/Epsom salts soak, repeat as necessary. That's worked for me, when I've had enough time to sit and soak a finger or hand. I'm right handed, too, and can't do squat with my left. I have Rich, but his eyes aren't as good as they used to be, so if I get a tiny sliver (or a burdock spur, those BURN and STING!), I'm on my own. I have resorted to chewing, if it's in a place I can get my teeth on! LOL!

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I know what you are talking about! Yours and Kenny's chores kick my wimpy chores in my A$$!

You farmers are better than my hobby farming skills.

That was super Awesome that Rich went out and Bobcatted for you.

I wouldn't have a chicken coop if it weren't for my Alan. (not to be confused with AJ on here)
You know, I haven't even told you about the BAD stuff yet. This is all "normal" daily stuff I've been talking about. There was the time I went out and found my momma cow, Bandit (RIP Miss Bandit) all hunched up and licking something in a patch of thistles and found out she'd had her calf five weeks early! He shouldn't have lived, by all rights, but Rich and I got him in the house and kept him alive for a week until he could stand, and then gave him back to Bandit, and she raised him from there. I never worked so hard as I did that one week. But we saved him, and he grew into a fine young steer.

Then another time, I came out to feed the critters and found (hmmm... the same cow) Miss Bandit, upside down, strangling because her head was below her body. She'd gotten "cast" by lying down on a small slope and then couldn't get up, and if a cow can't belch, she'll accumulate air in her rumen until it pushes all her organs, including heart and lungs, to the point they can't function, and they die. I think if I'd been five minutes later, she would have died. I couldn't get her rolled over by myself (she was a very big girl), so I did the thing I'd hoped I'd never have to do. I stabbed her rumen to let the air out. All I had was a dirty, dull barn knife that I used to cut bale strings with, but it was all I had, and I figured I'd deal with any infection later. I ran in the house and screamed for Rich to call the neighbor (the young, strong neighbor) and raced back out to tend to my love. I was lying across her, spattered with blood, holding a knife in one hand (I'd had to enlarge the hole), trying to press the air out of her with my body weight, when Rich and the neighbor came in the barn. They thought I'd killed her but I'd actually saved her life. The three of us managed to roll her over herself down the slope and she immediately got to her feet and was shaky, but fine. I had to give her antibiotic shots for a while afterward to combat the effects of that dirty knife, but my sweet cow lived to eat another day.

THOSE kinds of days are hard.

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That was SO funny! When Rich and I lived in Oregon and had jobs (and money, LOL!), we had a hot tub off the front deck, and every time we got in there, one of our cats would pace the back of the couch (he could see the deck and hot tub from there) yelling his fool head off, "GET OUT! GET OUT NOW! DON'T YOU KNOW THAT'S ACID?? GET OUT, PLEASE GET OUT, RIGHT NOW!!!!" He hollered so loud, we could hear him even if the front windows were closed! He was so funny.
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This is dedicated to Ma and Beau.

Ma says Good Morning and then Goodnight.

Beau?

He's just missing in action at times.

Pink Floyd, Comfortably Numb.


Lyrics
Hello (hello hello), is there anybody in there?
Just nod if you can hear me
Is there anyone home?
See'mon (c'mon see'mon), now
I hear you're feelin' down
Well, I can ease your pain
Get you on your feet again
Relax (relax relax), I need some information first
Just the basic facts
Can you show me where it hurts?
There is no pain
You are receding
A distant ship's smoke on the horizon
You are only coming through in waves
You lips move, but I can't hear what you're saying
When I was a child, I had a fever
My hands felt just like two balloons
Now I've got that feeling once again
I can't explain, you would not understand
This is not how I am
I have become comfortably numb

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And, where is my friend Bad John?

You don't love us anymore?



Or, you are rebelling because we use too many emojis?

Don't be a hater STJ!
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Papa did 6 hours of CHIT drywall sanding, on lower floor level yesterday.
- on my hands & knees (NO WISE CRACKS Girls) and on a wheel'ie mechanic stool
- at conclusion of working on Sunday, went to get up...and twisted my aging back side
- so REST my back today & prime & paint 1st coat of Man Cave tomorrow

BabyBear been putting in 12-14 hour work days, in his business // plus added tasks,
on weekends.
- so Beau been the lone drywall Wolf
- but Dad will be proud to show Andrew, his finish workmanship soon

MEL - great cat video, in the shower...enjoyed it.

SP - just text me, checking up // see if I'm still alive.
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Hey 6-7 - How about some pictures of your construction project ! Always enjoy this projects - especially the ones I don't have to do
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Papa did 6 hours of CHIT drywall sanding, on lower floor level yesterday.
- on my hands & knees (NO WISE CRACKS Girls) and on a wheel'ie mechanic stool
- at conclusion of working on Sunday, went to get up...and twisted my aging back side
- so REST my back today & prime & paint 1st coat of Man Cave tomorrow

BabyBear been putting in 12-14 hour work days, in his business // plus added tasks,
on weekends.
- so Beau been the lone drywall Wolf
- but Dad will be proud to show Andrew, his finish workmanship soon

MEL - great cat video, in the shower...enjoyed it.

SP - just text me, checking up // see if I'm still alive.
Wise cracks?

Who?

Us?

Cuz Di? You on board?

Beau said "crack"!

Beau, you talking about your plumber butt?

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Here ya go, Kenny. I spent a few hours yesterday moving and smoothing dirt, spreading seed and then covering the whole mess with 4 bales of straw. My wife told me not to pick up and carry the 50-pound bag of grass seed from the garage to the backyard but I was too hard headed to listen and use the wheelbarrow so yep, my back is killing me today Will the grass seed take? I hope so, but even if it doesn't, having the straw laying there is much better than having bare dirt and having to clean dog paws multiple times a day. And the straw matches the color of the deck so there's that LOL


The clouds are already moving in and we've had a few sprinkles; high of 61 with the temps falling in the afternoon with the wind picking up to 25mph...the heavy rain is supposed to start around noon, and turn to sleet and snow around 7 tonight...yay, a slippery deck and patio, what can possibly go wrong? Tonight's low, 16 degrees and tomorrow's high only 29...time to get the MC coat out for Mocha!



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Really???

Accident on the highway in the Guthrie area?

News footage showed DumbA$$es off the highway, wrecked.

PEOPLE! Put your phones down and drive. And! STOP tailgating! Might be a good idea to leave early for where you are bound.

Social Media will be there when you get to your destination!

Sorry if I offended anyone on the CT. But, I am RIGHT!
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Ha that is true!


So this may put me in the sissy camp - But I hate splinters! As I was sitting here I moved my finger a bit and felt a "sharp" pain in my right index finger. I knew what it was as I had thought I got a splinter earlier today picking up Mila's toy from the freshly put down pine straw. But as I looked and rubbed it I didn't see or feel anything...so I thought I got lucky.

I went to the bathroom with my readers as I can't see much without them. In better light and with glasses I saw the small little hmmm cant say what I am thinking....so just splinter. Tried tweezers but way to small. I used the needle to pick at it. But having to use my left hand (right handed), I pushed it deeper in. Argh matey! So there it will sit I guess and hope it doesn't infect.

Think I would rather just be punched. Thus my aversion to needles as well!

Any homemade remedies to get splinters out? Put mud on it draw it out like stingers
Have you had a Doberman hair yet? This has happened to me several times already where I was walking and suddenly felt a sharp pain in the ball of my foot. Upon close examination with proper lighting and a magnifying glass, I could see a hair lodged in the skin. How those hairs get into the tough skin on the bottom of the foot is beyond me but it hurts so include me in the sissy club

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Those of you who mentioned noisy siamese cats recently...maybe you'll enjoy this video:



The breed's looks sure have changed from when I was a kid.
Good grief! I had to turn off the volume after abut 30 seconds. We had a Siamese when I was a wee lad and although she was quite vocal, it was nothing close to the ruckus those two cats were producing.
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Good morning ! AND sweet dreams Ma - lol

Aunt B . I did get the yard mowed yesterday ! What a PRETTY day it was . Mr. B. was outside most of the afternoon - Boy he was tired from working all day

The problem is that we are now under a winter Advisory + super cold air coming in !

Well better get - have a great day
You just picking on me Kenny?

Well, this morning there was a spectacular red/orange/yellow and pink sunrise--no rain and it looks like it might not have gotten down to the dewpoint (38 degrees) last night because everything looks pretty dry so I'll be able mow both lawns (and rake up another zillion fallen leaves--the local trees are almost bare--thank heavens).

I'll take Toad out with me to do the back--that'll wear him out--and give him an opportunity to bark (in his scratchy old dog bark) at the invading squirrels.

No ultra cold in the forecasts for us--all pretty moderate and actually some pretty nice weather considering how wet November usually is.

...ACK! Leon is screaming at me again--"STARVING CAT HERE--NEED MORE FOOD! Mel's Siamese video was too much--I didn't even have to see it just the first frame--I'll watch it next time I'm at the library...

In the meantime--I'll go offer Leon (he's getting into the old age dementia that I've lived through with a couple of cats and one of my Dobes (no, not Toad)--more food--it's not what he wants--but he no longer knows what he knows what he wants.

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In the meantime--I'll go offer Leon (he's getting into the old age dementia that I've lived through with a couple of cats and one of my Dobes (no, not Toad)--more food--it's not what he wants--but he no longer knows what he knows what he wants.

ABTLH
Coco, our Shih Tzu is going through that now. He turns 16 this month and he's to the point where he'll just stop in mid stride in the middle of the room and stare into space. His eating and drinking habits are off too; it's like he's forgotten that he's hungry or thirsty, or that he just drank some water so he goes back for more. And more. And we caught him peeing on the carpet the other day which he hasn't done since he was a puppy. I know that eventually, we're going to have to make a hard decision but for right now, that's a conversation my wife doesn't want to have...



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Whew!

Larry still alive!

Just talked to him.

Forgot to ask him about his plumber butt!

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