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Old 12-08-2013, 10:13 PM   #7743
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Ponder this -- Why is it that we allow our furkids to get away with doing the very same things that we would never allow our kids and grandkids to do?
Yikes!

I can relate to that. Except we let the grandkids get away with a lot more than the kids did.

Daughter: "Bradley, what do you think you are doing?"
Bradley: "It's okay mom. Grandpa lets me do this all the time."

But the kids and grands never pooped on the carpet. Oh...wait.
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Old 12-08-2013, 10:20 PM   #7744
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QUOTE=traveldogs;1837271]We've all had these moments, Wayne! Don't be mad if we LOL![/QUOTE]

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What I wouldn't give for 36 degrees about now.
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Now you want everything Wayne proofed???

We've had no snow but it is minus 7 and we have electric heat that is having a hell of a time keeping up and the propane tank is awaiting a fill we called for week before last. Sometimes living in booneyville isn't all that cool, er warm er not hot!
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Is that possible?
I'm sorry to break your preponderances on cats and dogs, but I have a few fond words for the quoted posters above.

Unfortunately they cannot be written on these pages. I will use sign language at the GC@CL when we meet. I know that not everyone reads sign language. I will try to make it as simple as I can.

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Old 12-08-2013, 10:23 PM   #7745
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Best of Both Worlds! Bruce our BIG Black Cat and Bella our Miniature Dachshund.

And of course Mort our Rubber Chicken.

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QUOTE=traveldogs;1837271]We've all had these moments, Wayne! Don't be mad if we LOL!
I'm sorry to break your preponderances on cats and dogs, but I have a few fond words for the quoted posters above. Unfortunately they cannot be written on these pages. I will use sign language at the GC@CL when we meet. I know that not everyone reads sign language. I will try to make it as simple as I can. [/QUOTE]

Anything to do with a bird?
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Ponder this -- Why is it that we allow our furkids to get away with doing the very same things that we would never allow our kids and grandkids to do?
Denise claims we have to raise the children to go out to face the world so they have to be indoctrinated properly. Petrs are for spoiling.

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I'm sorry to break your preponderances on cats and dogs, but I have a few fond words for the quoted posters above. Unfortunately they cannot be written on these pages. I will use sign language at the GC@CL when we meet. I know that not everyone reads sign language. I will try to make it as simple as I can.
From you; it would have to be simple, no?

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You forgot the 'brain' part!
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Great news, Dwayne. But don't forget your follow-ups.
The outside air here has not gotten to the double digits since Tuesday. I finally had to go out to get fresh veggies and fruits, and Kefir. I dint like it.
The new laptop arrived, but I am struggling with Windows 8. Downloaded 8.1 version....this is a bit better. But still busy updating everything, transferring files, trying to remember passwords to enter in the correct places. Don't remember all, but I am pleased that none of mine were in the top 25 passwords list. Have not begun the dreaded Christmas Card ritual, addressing and signing. But I suppose y'all are way ahead of me on that.
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Judy....happy to give you kefir starter at anytime you want....doubt it would survive in frozen temps in mail but perhaps In spring or at grand curiosity if you are coming to that. I make .y own kefir...yum yum!
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Judy....happy to give you kefir starter at anytime you want....doubt it would survive in frozen temps in mail but perhaps In spring or at grand curiosity if you are coming to that. I make .y own kefir...yum yum!
Do you make it in a similar way to yogurt?
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Old 12-08-2013, 11:37 PM   #7750
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Nope - just a mutant. But mutants adapt.
They also kiss baby's like politicians. Hey Marty - done any baby kissing lately?
Lol Thursday eve I did...then Friday ran off to the mid regions of this snowy icy state to do more jamming and jellying with my cousin. Just got back tonight.... yeesh....driving was a little tricky avoiding all the 'first snow of the year' boo boos out there.
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Old 12-09-2013, 12:07 AM   #7751
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Note to Wayne......Pack more blankets!

Ha this could make for a great tech training course for the GC, " how to use a thermostats!"
Lol...could have used that subject talk a year ago! We didn't know you had to turn the whole thing on and off...in a stick and brick...generally all you do is bump the temp up or down and it kicks on automatically.
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Old 12-09-2013, 12:07 AM   #7752
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With you there, Cindy! We live vicariously through the pets of others.
Our daughter and fam have Bisquit, an American Eskimo. That and son and DIL with 4 cats, plus all of the pets out "here" keep us quite entertained.

Some of our neighbor furries know what pocket I keep (allowed) treats in (he said, very properly ending a sentence with a preposition).
What an honor!

I think sometimes my clients' parents (my clients, the animals are the "who" in this scenario; their parents are the "which") think I live vicariously through them. You know, trips to Italy, cruises and the like. Then I tell them about RVing, and they wonder what they're missing.

And they know MY fur kids come with when I travel
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I'm sorry to break your preponderances on cats and dogs, but I have a few fond words for the quoted posters above. Unfortunately they cannot be written on these pages. I will use sign language at the GC@CL when we meet. I know that not everyone reads sign language. I will try to make it as simple as I can.
Anything to do with a bird?[/QUOTE]

Like Alex, the African Grey?
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Do you make it in a similar way to yogurt?
Yes...except temps don't have to be monitored so close and they form a colony of 'seeds' that you put in your container with milk and they do all the work. Strain when it sets up and do it again when needed.
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We presently have a dog and cat. The dog a Yorkiepoo is very adaptable, and will transition to a rolling home easily. The cat may be an issue. Both have spent their whole lives aboard, the cat nearly nine years. The problem is when we got the cat (Mo the Magnificent) or Mongo depending on his mood, was the runt of the litter. No one told him that and he is now 9yrs old, 26.5 lbs, fully clawed (he's proud of that) and for a big boy very active. We worry about how he will handle the move. I guess we will deal with when the time comes.
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Judy....happy to give you kefir starter at anytime you want....doubt it would survive in frozen temps in mail but perhaps In spring or at grand curiosity if you are coming to that. I make .y own kefir...yum yum!
I would love that. I tried to find some last year after I started drinking it, but could not get any answers to my requests on the internet. Sometimes I believe they think I am spoofing because of my name.
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