By ToolBee on Jul 14, 2014 at 8:47 PM
Yay! Dat wun went thru... We're back on-line! We had a VERY short short-out, nothing went even off, my music on teh pc and teh stereo and teh tv and teh micro-nuker... guess teh phone/tv (and interwebz) area-distibution-box wuz out! Just had a stressed nebbur at teh door! :P Just after ai got yur last mssg! (so ai knew we were back on!) so fanks fur dat to0LOL . Ai closed mai eyes like a guru and spoke "internet! WORK!...Now go home..." He did and called me up to say had his WTF of teh year! :P *BZZZZ* ToolBee Akbar!
By beckysdad on Jul 14, 2014 at 8:38 PM
The gum thing hasn't been painful. It's more annoying than anything else. I'm just tired of dealing with it. I might have chosen a different verb rather than exploded when talking about food trucks cooking with gas but it's certainly expressive. I can see where scoring the ideal location could make all the difference in the world. The nature of food trucks really has changed though I haven't eaten off of one in about twenty years. Burgers, chips and shrubbery...could be a restaurant name. That was nice of you to go all liquids with Bryan. I'm sure he appreciated that.
By beckysdad on Jul 14, 2014 at 6:37 PM
There's a low grade infection in the gum and the dentist now thinks that I need to see a periodontist to best resolve it. I'll see him on Thursday morning. Oh joy. I don't think it was a block party. I'm leaning towards them owning maybe a couple food trucks. That's the only thing I can think of. Thank ceiling cat that your son came through with a BBQ on Wednesday. You'd have gone more than two days in a row without a get-together. We can't have that!
By beckysdad on Jul 14, 2014 at 5:47 PM
You started that note with "popping in" and I was going to comment "that's what the doctor said". I'm glad it went well and no more thought need be given to it. That's awesome that Velvet and MIL are enjoying domestic bliss. She's happy...Velvet is happy and you have one less thing to worry about. Yippee! Instead you get to deal with the courthouse...sigh. Are you lake-bound again this weekend? Are you back on Monday? I can imagine how thrilled you were with the drive on McKenzie path. I'm glad the view offered some recompense for your stress. Glad you liked the sleep position LOL. It's been a struggle to capture that pose well, which is odd since she assumes it so often. She's such a nutty girl.
By cataff on Jul 14, 2014 at 5:41 PM
Yes, the PT is home care too for a month. If he does well enough, he will be finished with therapy by then. If the surgeon thinks he needs more, we have two excellent physical therapy places here in the sticks, and he will be able to drive himself by then. The way he's going, I don't think he will need more therapy though unless some setback occurs.
By jennybookseller on Jul 14, 2014 at 5:22 PM
Thanks for the whiz-gratz, and for readin the blog. Yep. Weegee won't be talked into writing for it. Yet. Stay tooned. She may someday be convinced to tell her side of the story. And the lol I sent was announcing that my first book was free as an ebook for a few days. I took it down after some meanies downthumbed and called me "grossly self-promotional" for not charging any dollars for my kitty book. Huh. Anyways, I caved to the baddies and removed the lol. Oh, and my brothers didn't really know any of my classmates other than a few close pals. I never dated until Pat, so no -- no following me around on dates.I went out with a gang of kids that sometimes included boys, but Pat was my first boyfriend.Good thing I chose wisely my first time!
By catsuberalles on Jul 14, 2014 at 5:06 PM
Thanks for handling pk lol and passing on lol to TB. You're welcome re kittymac - your birthday lol for her is tres funny! Thanks also for faves and compliment on Shakespeare series. Greencliff's Featured User interview inspired me, where he said he likes both Shakespeare and Gary Larsen. Had me thinking, hm, "The Far Side Of Shakespeare." hm... ED Bryan did well, hurray! Give that man some ice cream.
By Foxkatt on Jul 14, 2014 at 4:05 PM
Aww...thanks, I think so, but she is my little girl so I'm a tad bit biased. Yep, hate that insurance companies run the care rather than the well-being of the patient. Glad Bryan is doing so well too. Yes, I'll like a little moderation in the temps n' humidity round these parts.
By cataff on Jul 14, 2014 at 3:12 PM
Hubcat came home three days after the surgery and so far has been doing just great. The walker is gone, and he's using one cane. The therapist says that will go too in a couple of weeks. Having one good leg has made a world of difference. (We are having home care help from a nurse--due to his being on a blood thinner--and a physical therapist for a month.)
By heyman on Jul 14, 2014 at 3:02 PM
We hit 105.26F (40.7C) yesterday. Yikes! Molly gave me a grandpa cup just to mess with me. She wasn't selling it 100% so I wasn't 100% sure so I went with I have no problem with being a grandpa, just don't ever ever get married. I might have some issues around marriage hehe. I posted the mug pic on Facebook which got peoples tongues wagging. I guess her mom blitz texted and called her and Molly ignored all. Funny stuff. Have fun camping!
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