Say It. I Dare You.

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So, Sylvan Poodle, who lives with my ex (they're thick as thieves), will be staying with a dog-friendly friend of his and her family when next he travels. The past two times she's been here she's run through brambles and been cut, on both occasions requiring medical intervention (actually, the first time she probably didn't need it, but I took her in just in case she developed an infection which he might have accidentally overlooked, as happened with my beloved Nurse Irving, one of our previous standard poodles).

I know she's not a country girl, but still, it hurts that she won't be with me anymore. She'll be well-cared for and doted on, but still, technically she's my dog. I don't generally believe in making a point out of spite, and I'm not going to say anything. But, my heart hurts at this change.

Sigh.

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Guilty as charged. O _ O
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Happy Mothers Day, to all you mama's!
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Seconded!

Happy mother's day to all the moms!!

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I learned today that using a pumice stone on car carpet makes easy work of dog hair. It was awesome. My floors had enough hair on them to cover another dog. I also cleaned the ceiling of my car. It was just water and a cloth, but it looks much better. There are stains on the ceiling that I need to move onto Phase II with, to remove. Soap and water.

I also grabbed the Armor All. While I'm not a super fan, my poor car needs SOMETHING. Some sort of tender loving care and Armor All is all I got. So I'll put it on my car during lunch and hope that it absorbs by the time I leave.

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I can't believe I confused Jeff Gordon with George Gordon for even a moment.

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I read this article yesterday and I cried thinking of the curlies that have passed and that we never knew to pay homage.

Mom's virtual cancer family helps daughter cope with loss - TODAY.com
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{{{Minxy}}} You have a tender heart.

Take care, sweetie.
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Every day is a gift
Dude!

You're even worse than I was warned you would be.


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Kids accused of beating man with skateboards

I'm so not surprised that this happened in HB. HB sucks.

I'm also guessing that they beaten man wasn't white and the kids were. Because that is HB's m.o.

Sorry for all lovers of HB.
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I'm on hold and GETTING IT to Hall n Oats 'Private Eyes'.

GETTING IT! (I've even clapped along with the song)



OK. Its a Hall n Oats playlist that the company has for their hold.

Its awesome.

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Saudi Arabia runs its 1st ad against domestic violence



I hope things start to change and that domestic violence will one day be a memory. (I know its wishful thinking, but I still hope every day.)
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I'm on hold and GETTING IT to Hall n Oats 'Private Eyes'.

GETTING IT! (I've even clapped along with the song)



OK. Its a Hall n Oats playlist that the company has for their hold.

Its awesome.

Originally Posted by Curlyminx
Private eyes, are watching you. They see your every move.

My favorite H&O song has always been I Can't Go For That (no. no. no can do). I get all excited when I hear it, even if it's Muzak.

I am so excited about my recent book purchases for Kindle. I have plenty of reading to keep me occupied.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

After talking about John Walsh in the women found thread, I could not stop thinking about Adam.

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^ still makes my heart sink

I was in 1st grade, he was only 1 year older than me, and I remember feeling so sick with worry while watching the coverage. I think everyone was glued to their tv, because a missing child story was not very common at that point. Like BabyJessica, you could not turn away and just held hope that he was okay. I remember being lectured heavily, from that point on, about never taking to strangers, unless I was lost. (Not really possible in life, especially if you want to meet people, but you know what they mean.) If I needed help, approach a woman. Even better, a woman with children or a police officer, or a store employee, etc. After thinking about that, I thought about the Boy Scout missing for 4 days in Utah. That was sometime in the mid 2000's, if I remember right. He was 10 or 11 and had gotten lost. He had hidden from everyone (including rescuers) who walked by because his parents told him to never, ever, talk to strangers. He might be abducted, and he was more scared of being abducted than starving/thirsting to death, which he came close to doing. There really is a fine line between equipping children for this world, and over protecting/terrifying/overly sensitizing them. Not saying my parents were perfect by any stretch, nobodies are, and I do not envy any of them.

I am glad they gave me some space, tried to prepare me for the realities of life (immediate and future) and let me screw up & answer for it. They did alright I owe my mom an awesome mothers day-out after I get done with this stretch of work.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

That's the latest edition of random 5am thoughts with Fifi.
I'm ready to go home.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I love those interweb moments when you ponder how you got from a rather interesting research article to a blog about UK call girls.

6 of 1, half dozen of the other.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I have a family situation where I simply cannot be happy about something that I "should" be happy about. All I feel is rage. Simple rage.
I will go and help this family member, as she needs assistance, etc. but I am close to tears over the amount of anger I feel.
I just don't know how to let it go.
I've prayed, I sweated it out in yoga last night, I have written, but all I want to do is scream.
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Pound it out running PerriP.

I'm so sorry you are going through a difficult time. I hope you find a way to make peace with yourself. Maybe helping her will help you. If not, pound the road until you can't anymore.
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After talking about John Walsh in the women found thread, I could not stop thinking about Adam.

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^ still makes my heart sink

I was in 1st grade, he was only 1 year older than me, and I remember feeling so sick with worry while watching the coverage. I think everyone was glued to their tv, because a missing child story was not very common at that point. Like BabyJessica, you could not turn away and just held hope that he was okay. I remember being lectured heavily, from that point on, about never taking to strangers, unless I was lost. (Not really possible in life, especially if you want to meet people, but you know what they mean.) If I needed help, approach a woman. Even better, a woman with children or a police officer, or a store employee, etc. After thinking about that, I thought about the Boy Scout missing for 4 days in Utah. That was sometime in the mid 2000's, if I remember right. He was 10 or 11 and had gotten lost. He had hidden from everyone (including rescuers) who walked by because his parents told him to never, ever, talk to strangers. He might be abducted, and he was more scared of being abducted than starving/thirsting to death, which he came close to doing. There really is a fine line between equipping children for this world, and over protecting/terrifying/overly sensitizing them. Not saying my parents were perfect by any stretch, nobodies are, and I do not envy any of them.

I am glad they gave me some space, tried to prepare me for the realities of life (immediate and future) and let me screw up & answer for it. They did alright I owe my mom an awesome mothers day-out after I get done with this stretch of work.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
Fifi, I had just graduated high school when this happened. I remember it like it was yesterday. I had never heard anything like like that happening, let alone in my state. A lot of good things to protect children came from that horrible tragedy.

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Couple Sings Bon Jovi At Gas Pump On Jay Leno

This is hilarious!!

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