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By psom on Jan 27, 2015 at 12:10 PM

I'll try to come up with something CC.

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By mingo2u on Jan 27, 2015 at 11:52 AM

Yeeesss, so far so gud. No powah owtidges yet, of course we're just now getting into the "biggie" wind gusts up to 65mph. At least the snow isn't wet & heavy 'cuz that really takes down the bigger branches onto the lines. Looks like the Boston area is taking the bigger beating. We're only expecting aboot 20"ish. Thanks fur chickn up on me & FP congratzeez ( waay fun :))) !!! {{{blusteryHugz}}}

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By allcatsloved on Jan 27, 2015 at 11:46 AM

Fanks luvyduvz! Gotta let kittie stay kyoots! :3

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By Sugarcatsmom on Jan 27, 2015 at 10:24 AM

Thankyou. Im going to get a brownie and keep an eye on daughter who just went out.

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By catsuberalles on Jan 27, 2015 at 9:21 AM

Recognize this jingle? "Eat lotsa Skittles, the joy of every boy and girl. It's the most available talk-thing in Marshawn's world."

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By katkabob on Jan 27, 2015 at 8:59 AM

all is very well....power, heat & water all working and I am soooo greatful...exhausted from all the prep but that's because I was running around to get stuff done (water gathering, laundry etc) that should have been done before.....if the power goes, we lose running water as well as heat....saying prayers of thanks and now checking up on family who are in the burbs that got hit the hardest. Luv & hugs from me & da Wallaby who'z been milkin diz storm for every extra nibble he can....

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By Fauxpaws on Jan 27, 2015 at 8:27 AM

'Welcome! Doing them in bunches is always a good idea anyway. Seems you're much more likely to get at least one FP that way. So Bryan will work instead of play today. Well, that's how you get through all of those projects! And if he enjoys it, even better! The hill behind our house isn't all that steep. You can walk down it fairly easily if you watch your step. Since we're on a ridge, the slope extends the length of our street so all the tossed stuff eventually blows away or just decays. Very handy! We're headed out to run errands today and have lunch somewhere. It's going to get cold again by Friday so we gotta take advantage of this warm spell while it lasts!

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By Jiskat on Jan 27, 2015 at 8:12 AM

Sadly we have to pay a monthly amount too for insurrance :-( Cool!! Glad you had a great time at the party!! Mine was great too. We left a bit later tho ;-D And there was homemade cake (apple) and pie (cherry)!! And I did make the event too!! :-D Weather wasn't nearly as bad as they predicted!! Think that scipped us, and moved to NY!!! It's really bad over there, isn't it?!! Do you have bad weather too?! But it was slippery here and there. And it was like the outdoor enclosure suddenly got a roof!! It was covered with snow :-D Temps went up that day fast. So by two in the afernoon, everything was all but melted away André had to work Caturday, so I went to the event by bus. And he picked me up on his way home. He works in the same place I went shopping. I bought a 'Ball of Wool' bead for my cat themed bracelet..... and a new bracelet with special Sun, Moon and Stars lock :-D They were on sale!! I saved up a sertain amout of money I could spend. And because this was a special event, they had some special sale's. By a lock; get the bracelet for free!! So I could buy this too!!! :-D I'm so happy!!!

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By buyerbware on Jan 27, 2015 at 8:01 AM

Snowy and COLD. We're expecting nighttime temps below fifteen degrees for the rest of the week. The outside cats are staying hidden a lot these days so when they show up on the porch, I give them as much as they can eat. I think all but three of them are living in the cow barn now; only three seem to be living in a nearby shed. There are hundreds of business and school closings around here every day, and we've gotten a good deal more snow than predicted. I got plenty of supplies and am glad that there have been no reports of power outages.

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By beckysdad on Jan 27, 2015 at 7:53 AM

The people of Boston will roll with that but I'm sure glad we don't have to deal with it. I don't think I'd do well in country where snow was much more than a novelty. Visiting it is very nice but living in it for long stretches would get old for me. That will be a nice treat to hook up with your old work friends. Is it a reggae concert you're going to? I get the memory of a distinct aroma just thinking about it. In theory, the room a day plan is for the long haul but even if it just gets done for a couple weeks to get everything reset then it's a huge success. It's had a big impact already. A certain amount of flexibility is a good thing but I've found for myself that if I allow more than one day of flexibility then the routine is in serious danger. It's so easy for me to get off track. It's convenient to have projects set up on a table of some sort but I can easily develop Miss Havisham Wedding Cake Syndrome with stuff like that. I hope you're impressed. I channeled my inner seamstress yesterday and stitched up a handy little pouch. I find that with all the walking I do, my keys wear through my pockets. So I made that pouch that I can carry in my pocket to protect the lining. Pretty crafty, eh?

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By Sugarcatsmom on Jan 27, 2015 at 7:33 AM

Finished in side chores except for beds they each have a kitty on them.Dont think i will be having company today.Daughter is making blizzard brownies something we have had since i was a kid. Shes going out and shovel and she wont let me help. I can dig my feet in this and stay upright. It makes me feel old not to be able to do this. Up until two years ago i did it all. If you have seen pics on the national weather of falmouth thats what it looks like here. Right now its whiteout conditions. Only 15 more hours of this. Nice to have someone listen. Thank you

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By Sugarcatsmom on Jan 27, 2015 at 5:32 AM

Have you been watching the blizzard on the weather channel. Its been bad since 7:00 last night and not supposed to slow down until Wednesday 1:00 am. Some places are bare other places 4-5 feet of snow thats has drifted. Done this before but its always scary. Plows are doing a great job. Dont see anyone attempting to go anywhere. The hospital where I work had essential poeple spend the night for emergencies only. Going to take a while to shovel this we are in the 18-24 but the drifts are incredible. I feed the birds out my back door. They are out there but I cant open the door because of a big drift. Going to be a long day.New England where the storms meet. My daughter will get cabin fever and clear the back deck the snow seems powdery if its drifting just dont want her to blow away. One women is out there shoveling out her car dont know where she thinks she is going. We have a travel ban and everything is closed.

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By Fauxpaws on Jan 27, 2015 at 4:55 AM

Luv the new lols! "Peek a Poot"! ROFL!

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By Fauxpaws on Jan 27, 2015 at 4:52 AM

Judging from the amount of pics she showed here, they probably did get some good videos of Eliza with Sadie. I hope so too. And I hope that's it for sad news here for a while. Ah, pine needles! That's one thing I don't have to mess with at least, since we don't have a lawn. When we first moved here tho the needles were a good foot deep in some places up near the house and it did take a while to get that back to manageable levels. Pine sap is a big pain, especially when it drips onto the cars. We really have to keep an eye on that. Chuck's been looking into having a car port built. We need to do that before we get new cars.

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By cataff on Jan 27, 2015 at 4:39 AM

I popped in to answer a message (I try to do that if I can). This time I was stunned to learn about Elizabuff. Maybe I need to stop popping in at all. Sigh. Got enough on my plate right now.

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By kittyrefuge on Jan 27, 2015 at 1:45 AM

Thanks for your concern about my husband. *hugs* Our son and I participate in some special run only. When he was eight or nine years old, he tumbled down a rocky slope. His Hash name almost could be "Cliff Tumbler" or something like that. -- I found your 'Invisible Clarinet' LOL. The cat's face is priceless! *lol*

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By beernbiccies on Jan 26, 2015 at 11:06 PM

Thanks Hun - appreciate it

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By Chris10a on Jan 26, 2015 at 10:38 PM

It was bit too much yesterday. I saw the lolz for Roni, then Elizabuff, then I saw a message about Flyhawk... Did you see the blog? Evan always knows how to putthings to words.

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By SovaPlum on Jan 26, 2015 at 9:38 PM

Iz V.C. fur dat clebber snoman maker puppeh. *slides white chocolate chip cookie with lemon icing and macadamia nuts into fax machine, presses SEND* Ratz! noa ai 37mins past OFF tiem!!!!

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By SovaPlum on Jan 26, 2015 at 9:30 PM

Ohai Sylviag! A Flying Bisit kawse is now 29 minutes passt GIT OFFA DAT POOTER tiem. Urs ai sended BC an CC tew BF. Toodles xoxoxo

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