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Maybe, just maybe, I can stay up past 10:30 tonight. I have been so exhausted and blah. It seems I am going from one problem to the next every time I am off. I feel fairly good today and hopefully it will stay that way. I need to get up and clean.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I also need to make a vet appointment this week. My boy needs to be checked. He has a bald spot where he nervously pulled on his fur (just saw it yesterday), and he is constantly screaming for food and water. Not begging but demanding, every 2 hours. He either has something going on with his nerves and/or may be diabetic. He is a mature & fluffy furbie, along with sincerely big boned. He's not built to be slim. Cats are more prone to diabetes the older they get, and the chance increases with weight.

ETA: when it comes to water he seems more picky than anything. I will clean their water bowl every day or every other day and keep it filled with water. I keep their water in a glass container in the refrigerator. The colder it is, the more they drink. As soon as his water goes luke warm, he is screaming for more. MAH! MAH! MAH! MAH! MAH! MAH! It's driving me insane.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 05-03-2014 at 06:38 AM.
Oh no. Keep us posted, Fifi
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Oh no. Keep us posted, Fifi
Originally Posted by PerriP
I will. It will be Monday before I can call for an appointment. I don't see anything odd or infected on his bald spot. *It was in a very hard to see place due to all his other fur covering it.* Minor irritation, like the allergies his mom and sister get. He's never had allergies before, but he did constantly lick and pull at that spot. I'd just like to know what is going on with him. I know cats can develop anxiety issues at any time, and diabetes is/could be a very real factor.

ETA: At least I know the vet will give him a good work up as soon as she can. I want him to go to her and not the new, just out of school, people she has in the office. They lack people skills. She absolutely adores my boy and asks about him every time I see her. She has always admired his bone structure and says she has never seen a cat that big before. Not overweight, but built that big. She smiles every time she checks him. Lol. He is in fantastic hands with her, and she is the most laid back and kind vet I have ever been to. She works on everything from farm animals to toy poodles.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 05-03-2014 at 07:01 AM.
I told you my boundaries on this one. I don't appreciate the emotional blackmail trying to get me to change my mind. I had figured out a way around my uncomfortable feelings that would make everyone happy. Now you've acted like this I don't know if I want to "do the right thing" I'm too angry to think about it
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Growing out super short cut

High porosity, fine, unknown curl type, somewhere in the 2s at the moment
Mostly low poo
Current rotation includes:
Wash: Yes To Carrots -Condition: Yes to Cucumber, Nature's Gate Jojoba, One C - Stylers: Deva volumizing foam, Deva UDG B'Leave In, Foxy Curls Hi-Def Curl spray
If anyone is spying on the texts between me and the bestie I am sure they thing we are insane and horribly mean people.

Him: Eat a bowl of *^%#+

Me: Stfu On the Raggedy Ann!

Him: I'm going to dream of *^%#= slapping you with a ^%#*+

Me: Try it, a** clown

Him: I will, sissy girl

On and on, and it just gets worse from there. He's still texting. He's supposed to be napping. He needs to. He is Hella b**chy today.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 05-03-2014 at 10:40 AM.
I do love knowing someone this long and being able to throw horrible insults at each other without anyone getting offended. We know exactly how full of crap we are when it comes to that.

I don't want to go anywhere Don't make me. I have to. I think i am going to my moms tomorrow for lunch and time with the family and then twisted sister is coming over for a slumber party. I need to get everything done so I can kick back. He better nap before that. The last time he fell out right after the movie. It took me 30 minutes to get him off the couch.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Is merging into traffic really a difficult concept? A LOT of people here seem to have trouble with it. Irritates me no end.
3b in South Australia.
Is merging into traffic really a difficult concept? A LOT of people here seem to have trouble with it. Irritates me no end.
Originally Posted by Starmie
Every time my Grams would merge into traffic, or enter a rotary etc; under *questionable* circumstances (was there really enough room??) she would say "The man with the courage never lost it"


thanks for prompting this memory.
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Dang it! I wish I would have brought just a little more cash with me. I only brought enough to cover gas and a few things from the grocery store. The Lions Club was selling handmade brooms. On top of knowing your money goes to a good cause you get one of the best handmade brooms money can buy. I really don't need one. I bought 4, one for me and the rest for family members, 2 years ago and they are still in perfect condition. BUT... Nothing wrong with a backup
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Not just no but hell no! My moms old house, the one being rented to my nephew in law and his family, is sitting on potential prime commercial space. I always told my parents that and told them to hold out on selling it. Now my brother is trying to get her to sell it to the dumb a**. Not if I have anything to do with it. I told her how I felt and sent him a text telling him how I felt. His wife needs to stop pushing. We were not even comfortable renting to them because they are not dependable.

Omg. I am resting to the urge to call my brother and yell. When my dad died both of my brothers talked to my mom and they told me that mom was going to re do her will to leave the old house to me. I am mad because he has now gone behind my back and been talking to her about this. It's not even the fact that I really want it. It's not in a good house location. Not anymore. It's changed so much since they bought it in the 70's. *That and the house needs so much work it's not even funny* The county is growing and has been mainly expanding in a different direction but there is only so much space left that way, some business have already gone in across the road from the old house, and property beside it was bought for commercial reasons. I just want my mom to get the most money out of it that she possibly can. *I want her to be able to pay off the newer house or get closer to it and maybe have a little nest egg left over* She would end up selling it dirt cheap to them. I know she would. They talked her into dirt cheap rent.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 05-03-2014 at 03:12 PM.
I keep feeling like I need to be in bed, but I don't really need to. I've crashed early 2 nights in a row, I am still awake, have everything done and don't need to get up until 10:30 or 11. No need to guilt myself. It's the former day shifts talking.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Why's your brother pushing for it? Doesn't seem to make sense - surely he doesn't want her to be out of pocket.
3b in South Australia.
Why's your brother pushing for it? Doesn't seem to make sense - surely he doesn't want her to be out of pocket.
Originally Posted by Starmie
I think it's more of his wife and her son, his step son, pushing him to ask. The same as the rent situation. They are currently paying her $300-$500 a month less than she would get with someone else. My brother asked her to do that for the first few years. She had to take out loans against her car to get it ready to rent for them and is getting low rent in return. I sent him another msg last night and told him, as nicely as I could, that I want our mom to get the best price for it that she can and I do not see that happening in this situation (with good reason). I see it potentially causing many problems. It's already infuriated me.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I can already tell you my dad would throw a fit if he were alive. He would not want them in the house to begin with. My SIL's son is a dead beat, worthless, father. He left his first born in a horrible situation with his first wife, never bothered checking on him, and signed away his parental rights without flinching. My brother and SIL are raising his first child and in the meantime he has had another. He is no where near dependable and neither is his wife. She does not even work. She gets child support from her first marriage. No. Just, no. My brother asked our mom to lower the rent because they were having another baby. That's not our effing responsibility. It's about time he raises one on his own.

I promised my mom I would not say anything to my brother about the rental situation but I could not keep quiet on this one. I also reminded him that my parents, him, and my other brother had talked and decided that house would be left to me. I was not a part of that conversation or decision. Now a major 360 had happened and I was not a part of that discussion either. Idk if I want the house. It's the principal of it that bothers me. I have always felt like my mom needed to sell and get money to pay for the newer house, but not like this. It's not going to be some low bargain risky deal.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 05-04-2014 at 12:54 PM.
I really do find the debates and different POV's on the Age of Consent Exceptions (Romeo & Juliet Law) to be interesting. *And the name to be perfect when relating to family feuds of this nature. Not ending in dram of poison procured from the Apothecary and two deaths, sealed with a kiss, mind you (The world is not thy friend nor the world's law) BUT the possible devastation no less.* I was reading a few last night. Thinking back on High School, I can recall several Freshmen that dated Juniors or Seniors. Sophomores and Seniors. Some that started dating in 7th and 8th grade and stayed together for a while. It's very common. There are of course no laws with dating alone in that age range but it changes when things get physical, parents find out, etc. I know there are those groups that do not see anyone (mainly one, girls) above the age of 13 and under the age of 16-18 (depending on state) able to make a sound decision about sex. I read an article on the mental growth and decision making capacity part of it last night. I see it as being a lot like the Abstinence Only Sex Education debate, except some go to vengeful extremes as a reaction. It's not that they always have a bad intent behind the reasoning, but it is no where near realistic. We know AOSE is not realistic or helpful. It's ignoring truths. You're 14, 15 or 16 year old not being stable enough to say yes in a mutual relationship with a relatively small age gap, therefore making consent void and pressing charges on one party is not very realistic either. *Goodness knows you would want your 14, 15 (whatever) year old to wait and make the perfect decision but it doesn't always happen that way or happen the way a parent thinks it should. Speaking of, one might think a lot of fathers are quick to jumping to charges but in my experience, it's not that half of the parental unit 97% of the time.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 05-04-2014 at 07:12 PM.
Eeeeeh. I hate seeing previews for True Blood saying The Final Season
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I'd be infuriated too. These things are always awkward when family is involved but I would have had to say something too, sometimes things are too important to just let slide and keep out of.
3b in South Australia.
I do not think it is wise due to the family aspect, at all. If the house were up for sale and someone we knew a little about, that had a similar history, asked to buy it... My brother would say no in heart beat. *It's more like working out a slow financing agreement which makes me even more nervous*. He is the type that is always standing on rocky ground and you expect him to jump ship at any moment. *Nothing is a 100% safe bet. Anything could fall through, but I don't think you should go for the riskiest and worst option.


I would have liked sleeping a little longer but that's what happens when helicopters keep flying over your house.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 05-05-2014 at 07:51 AM.
I bought a machine. I ended up with a reburbished machine (at half the cost). It's the Baby Lock Sofia 2 with a 4x4" embroidery hoop. small, but it will serve the purpose
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