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Old 07-23-2012, 06:43 PM   #4301
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hi kylie. yes, on vacation/holiday. not that i would have noticed, though, lol.

we'll goto a lake tomorrow, maybe the beach later in the week. awaiting marching orders from dw.

then, negotiations start, lol. call me buckytros, buckytros gahli.
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Old 07-23-2012, 06:54 PM   #4302
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I just woke up from a great night's sleep.

I didn't get any work done on the rooms today but we got our fridge completely torn apart and cleaned and DH worked on it once again. It is draining water down under the crispers at an alarming rate and we are just trying to get by until we can get a new one. We will probably get this one fixed and use it as our spare.

So, today I am going to do my closet doors and remove an antique desk from my soon to be studio and put it in the hallway where it will fit nicely and look beautiful. Only problem is this will make another huge project because it currently holds all Dad's papers, etc. and I am just not ready to deal with them at the moment. This is all the stuff I have collected through the estate and papers he kept that I didn't need.
Laurie,
I understand the peper mess, First I had daddy's, then Mom's I put them all in a box that would hold them then put a plastic large bag over all. I've been working on them on and off for some time now. Still have much to do but. I can at least see daylight at the end of the road. Just set the papers aside and take it one day at a time. You will get it done.
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Old 07-23-2012, 06:55 PM   #4303
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well, good luck, but it's a bad practice for such a small thing.

mistrust is huge, and you're risking bringing that into your relationship for a gimmick.

you should at least make him aware that it's possible for you to be able to do. you know, at some other time so he doesn't figure out your culinary trickery. then it's on him not to be a dumbass.
He knows it's possible- we have used it before when he couldn't find his phone and thought he might have left it at a friend's house.
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Old 07-23-2012, 09:28 PM   #4304
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I just went out to the street and moved my car into the garage. I was going to be lazy and leave it 'til tomorrow, but we have a "Severe Thunderstorm Watch", "...Weather conditions for these regions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms. Some of these storms could produce large hail - damaging winds - heavy rain and intense lightning...

No, I'm not leaving Sigrid (my new-to-me Volvo) outside to risk hail damage.
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Old 07-23-2012, 09:38 PM   #4305
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Sounds great Tom...wonderful week ahead for you all, good to hear

I have just returned from the physio and she said it was my last appointment YAY!!

I have only needed 6 in total once a fortnight. She said I have been so good with the exercises that it has healed really nicely and that I only need to do the theraband exercise from now on, not any of the pulley ones or stretching ones and for only another 6 weeks

I am pretty happy with all this
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Old 07-23-2012, 10:10 PM   #4306
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I just went out to the street and moved my car into the garage. I was going to be lazy and leave it 'til tomorrow, but we have a "Severe Thunderstorm Watch", "...Weather conditions for these regions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms. Some of these storms could produce large hail - damaging winds - heavy rain and intense lightning...

No, I'm not leaving Sigrid (my new-to-me Volvo) outside to risk hail damage.
I actually just saw that on the news. We had rain all night and morning but in the afternoon it turned nice - not summer hot, just right!

I am patting myself on the back is what I am doing right now! Our office is cramped with our chairs hitting back to back and we aren't ready to move DH's desk (the one I am now using) into his new office. Dad brought over here a beautiful antique desk that was beside his computer desk (the one DH uses at the moment). It had been my great aunt's and we want to keep it in the family. It is now sitting in our hallway and I was able to move DH's current desk over and now we have room to move!

DH just came home for a quick break and loves what I did! And is even more happy that I did it in a way I wouldn't hurt my back.
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Old 07-24-2012, 12:30 AM   #4307
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I am still in shock. I have a son who lives in Aurora, Colorado. I heard the news on the radio at 6 AM that morning. When they said that the shootings happened at a movie theater, I relaxed a little because my son doesn't go to movies. I was so glad when I got to talk to him later. What a terrible, terrible tragedy.
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JoAnn, I am so glad he is okay and you got to talk to him. My prayers are with you, him and all those involved. Such a tragedy.
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Old 07-24-2012, 12:39 AM   #4309
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JoAnn, I am so glad he is okay and you got to talk to him. My prayers are with you, him and all those involved. Such a tragedy.
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What an unbelievable tragedy.
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Up late suffering some severe cramps. I was delayed today coming home because of a huge storm. I was helping clear trees and directing traffic so when I got into town I grabbed a piece of pizza from a pizzeria and it looked pretty old. Anyway, here I am. Bad moon risin'. Sorry, gotta go.
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