By Chris10a on Mar 21, 2014 at 10:22 AM
Swamp Lake sounds good. Are you sure you need ballet shoes? Not flippers & tutu's? : p I'm sure we can do something fitting for Star Wars Day for the library, plenty of time to come up with the right idea. And thanx for liking counting sheep. I had that picture and ust HAD to use it somehow.
By Jiskat on Mar 21, 2014 at 9:00 AM
We only have a beech hedge in front of the house, and a few flowerpots that need tending. We have had unusual warm temps for the last few weeks over here. Yesterday it was 68F!! The cats spend the entire day in the enclosure!! Today the temps dropped to 50F, which is normal for this time of year. It stay's like this for the rest of the week. Wow!! Big greenhouse :-D I understand you must be excited for that to arrive!! I don't have the 'green thumb' at all!! Funny... we have a similar expression in Dutch. We call this being good at gardening thing 'green fingers' :-D I'm pretty good at putting things together though. Must be the IKEA stuff I had to put together by myself ;-D Sending you fertilizer for both the veggie, and flower gardens!! :-*
By chech1965 on Mar 21, 2014 at 6:16 AM
Yeah...I don't know how you juggles it all! LOL. I is going from Tokyo to Kyoto/Osaka to Hiroshima....but I get to take the bullet train! That's gonna be amazing. Oh..and we stay one night at a monastery inn...where we have the option to bath naked in public....or as I told my travel agent "I want to go to Japan to bath naked with the monks!" Had to pick her up off the floor. (Though I have no intention on bathing naked in public...not sure the others would survive the experience...LOL) **hedbonks**
By buyerbware on Mar 21, 2014 at 5:38 AM
Temps and wind are still unseasonably cold, but almost all the snow melted and we're not due for more until maybe the weekend. Punxatawney Phil would have been more accurate had he predicted eight more weeks of winter, at this rate, but maybe we don't know Groundhogese for "Freezing until mid-April, now let me take a nap!" It's a little early to declare victory, but I'm calling the colony all present after what is undoubtedly a winter like none of them had ever seen. Fauxpaws and I were messaging and realized that although we both like bluegrass all right, we never bought any bluegrass albums (how does that work???). On the subject of recognizable riffs, I think all of us, regardless of age, are familiar with at least five classical numbers of which we do not know the names.
By Fauxpaws on Mar 21, 2014 at 5:36 AM
Thanks for the Lol compliment! Even if I don't make the FP anymore, it's nice to know there are people out there who do like my lols. I see this morning that you found my whiny emails. I was pretty frustrated at that point as I couldn't even send a message using C&P to the person's dashboard. At least that's working now. I'll just have to remember to Copy again cuz like you said, losing a long message is SUCH a pain. As for getting in touch with Support, I haven't been able to do that for at least a year. Wrote to Tofu about it eons ago and she said she'd have it looked into but I never heard anything. Not really a problem tho, as they never were any help anyway. =) We've got mostly oaks and those "telephone pole" pines in the yard. The big oak leaves are the main problem, while the pines provide lots of fallen branches, pine sap on everything and in April, a heavy coating of pine pollen that manages to get in the house despite my best efforts. At least they keep the soil acidic. I don't even have to fertilize my azaleas - they just grow like weeds. No plans for the weekend as it's going to be chilly and rainy - again! Today will be a beauty tho, so like you, I'll be out there! Enjoy your b-day dinner out! Sounds like fun!
By heyman on Mar 21, 2014 at 1:59 AM
They had signed a 4 month lease and moved in the beginning of the month so 360 left on the lease which isn't good. Hopefully that doesn't come back to bite her in the ass. I was thinking about moving to a single bedroom apt. Will give her a couple days to think what she wants, no pressure from me, let her workout what she wants.
By plaidcats on Mar 21, 2014 at 1:53 AM
Ole man cat is just what I called him. He looks a lot like the Pallas cat, he may have been with a human at some point, I'm not sure he still did. Very calm and cool, if he liked you he would come close. Never look in your eyes, but a glance n forth. Never anytheatening postures. My 4cats there were indoor-outdoor. No one, even tiny baby Teddy, was threatened. They seemed to feel guarded? By him. He just plop in the garden and observe. Not touchable, I never tried, why disrespect someone so complete. I don't think he ever ever accepted any food, either. (Had a skunk living under the house w another lost kitteh, everyone had dinner together) 5 or 6 cats and a skunk. Very polite. One day, ole Man Cat just disappeared. .
By heyman on Mar 21, 2014 at 12:53 AM
Molly was out of town when turned 19 so we never did go for drinks together. We ended up getting tipsy together on St Pats. Green Beer and then back to my place for long island ice tea which had lime so we counted that as Irish. Molly's cousins boyfriend decided he doesn't like Molly so she is being kicked out of the place they all rented together. She might end up back with me, not sure yet. She had been staying with her hand parents for now but might change when it comes time to move her stuff.
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