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« Reply #1335 on: October 12, 2010, 07:02:30 am »

I'm about several seconds away from punching my little brother in the face. Repeating the same phrases over and over in one of the most irritating voices I've ever heard, looking over my shoulder as I surf the Internet, demonstrating half the listening ability of a dead worm.......off to NetHack I go.
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« Reply #1336 on: October 12, 2010, 09:12:50 am »

Trying to do LFB pictures for the next chapter. So far I've done two. In about 5 days with my game open. Guess who isn't very inspired...
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« Reply #1337 on: October 12, 2010, 09:37:13 am »

Trying to decide what to wear for the day.
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« Reply #1338 on: October 12, 2010, 10:37:34 am »

Actually, you could go with an organic diet for them for probably cheaper than what Diamond would cost you. It could also help with the male's yeast problem, too.

I'll throw a couple of links out to get you started looking, at least.

http://recipes4gourmetdogs.com/ Has quite a few varieties and recommendations as to brands and prices.

http://www.goodpet.com/library/recipes.html This site actually lists recipes for making your own dog food for your canine family members. Hope it helps!

ETA Found this site that gives some good advice in how to deal with and treat yeast problems in dogs: http://www.old-dog-treats-and-rawhide.com/dog-yeast-infection.html

That does help. Thank you, Paden Smiley
I have to bathe the male dog absolutely everyday. He has a yeast problem and has to be bathe in vinegar then baby's shampoo. The female can miss a day and still smell great.

I febreezed and lit candles but I still smell some. I tried the orange and as much as I hate orange, it did eliminate some of the odor.

I feed my dogs the most expensive dog food *shivers*, Diamond dog food because they're pure bred and have to be fed really great stuff while my bank account cries lol...

Lol, I have a pure breed male as well (airedale terrier) and I give him rice and chicken. And, well ,among other things like pickles, sausages etc etc Smiley

Aww, really? I love Airedales. A neighbor of mine used to breed them.

I have two English Mastiffs that could steal your heart in a moment. Unfortunately, since they grow to be 275lbs, they tend to hold stench easier.

I just got home from college. Skipped Criminal Justice (haha, skipping the one class I have to have to become a cop) and now I'm lounging on the bed, making faces at my dog who's replying with barking.
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« Reply #1339 on: October 12, 2010, 02:37:43 pm »

I am currently waiting for my son to return from school.  I was woken up this morning way to early with a phone call from his English teacher.  Guess who isn't going to find his ps3 when he walks in the door.  ANYWAY, gonna pay some bills, buy some black olives because it's taco night, and hopefully finish making my sims2 club. I've made 2 clubs that are fine but not quite as functional as I'd thought they'd be once I tried them out in live mode, bummer.
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« Reply #1340 on: October 12, 2010, 04:21:00 pm »

I take it that you don't get up with the kids when they're getting ready for school, then. I never could get back to sleep after my daughter had left for school, mainly because I used to drive her every morning.
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« Reply #1341 on: October 12, 2010, 07:21:20 pm »

I'm deciding if I want to make a regular pot of coffee, put cinnamon in the grounds, or use some of the flavor shots I got from my sister (raspberry and something coconut-ish).

You know, from the time I was eight I was getting up and getting myself ready for school. My sisters and I were pretty self sufficient. *nods*
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« Reply #1342 on: October 12, 2010, 07:24:40 pm »

So were my sisters and I. Cheesy

We made our own breakfasts, and got ourselves to school. 'Course, our schools were only half a mile away, so we walked. I'd escort my younger sister to her school, then promptly skip out on my first few classes to go hang out with my other delinquent friends. Tongue
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« Reply #1343 on: October 12, 2010, 07:25:15 pm »

We had to get up and ready for school when our dad got up. Of course, he was a teacher and it was just easier to catch a ride with him by getting up when he did rather than walk the two miles or so.
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« Reply #1344 on: October 12, 2010, 07:49:00 pm »

I do the same thing with my dad, Paden. Fortunately for him, it usually takes one reminder from him for me to get up. My brother, eh, that's a different story. Sad

Contemplating staying up a little past my bedtime. It's good to be a senior. Wink
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« Reply #1345 on: October 12, 2010, 08:10:11 pm »

My mom used to get me up in the morning. After I got beat-up on the bus one day (all the people around my age did cause two older kids started a fight with each other and it ended up in a riot and we all got stomped in the aisle), my mom started driving me to school up until I graduated high school.

I kinda miss that. Now, that I'm in college full-time I have to get myself up and go to college. Lol I can't believe I actually saying this but I think I miss grade school XD
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« Reply #1346 on: October 13, 2010, 12:45:58 am »

actually Paden I do wake up with him every morning at 6am, but you can be sure I go right back to bed after he leaves.  I stay up everynight till 5am with my husband because he works second shift, so it's the only 'us' time we have. lol, His teacher called at 10:30am, seems our little scholar is slacking off in class (I'm being sarcastic with the scholar bit)  Puberty has him acting up away from home.  He's a good boy though I'm not overly concerned, we had a good talk after he came home, he helped me with dinner and went straight to his homework.  He's my only child so yes I've been up with him every morning and home every afternoon since kindagarten.  Not in a creepy way lol please don't make me explain that too lol.  I cherish every moment even the not so proud moments with him, he'll be 14 next month.  Not much longer before he finds me beyond uncool to talk/confide to.
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« Reply #1347 on: October 13, 2010, 10:26:54 am »

I think they consider us uncool when they hit age seven or so. My husband works a twelve-hour shift at a dairy farm and when our son starts school at the end of this month, he's not going to see him but for a very short time before he leaves for work around six in the evening. It's gonna be hard on the two of them, because they're buddies and love to spend time together in the morning when the man gets home from work. *sigh* This thing of kids growing up can really suck sometimes...
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« Reply #1348 on: October 13, 2010, 10:33:44 am »

Rewriting/editing most of the LFB chapter. Getting on my nerves...
I've edited about 7 pages, not quite sure how much I've got left. Probably have some pics left too, but whether or not I'll do those is a good question. I just really want to get it done, like NOW...  Sad
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« Reply #1349 on: October 13, 2010, 11:29:13 am »

I think they consider us uncool when they hit age seven or so. My husband works a twelve-hour shift at a dairy farm and when our son starts school at the end of this month, he's not going to see him but for a very short time before he leaves for work around six in the evening. It's gonna be hard on the two of them, because they're buddies and love to spend time together in the morning when the man gets home from work. *sigh* This thing of kids growing up can really suck sometimes...

actually Paden I do wake up with him every morning at 6am, but you can be sure I go right back to bed after he leaves.  I stay up everynight till 5am with my husband because he works second shift, so it's the only 'us' time we have. lol, His teacher called at 10:30am, seems our little scholar is slacking off in class (I'm being sarcastic with the scholar bit)  Puberty has him acting up away from home.  He's a good boy though I'm not overly concerned, we had a good talk after he came home, he helped me with dinner and went straight to his homework.  He's my only child so yes I've been up with him every morning and home every afternoon since kindagarten.  Not in a creepy way lol please don't make me explain that too lol.  I cherish every moment even the not so proud moments with him, he'll be 14 next month.  Not much longer before he finds me beyond uncool to talk/confide to.

Your kids are very lucky. My mom and I lost our closeness for awhile and when we finally gained it back, it was like so much time was lost. But I seriously cherish every moment with her, especially when it feels like my world's coming apart.

You guys are very lucky to have kids you're close with Smiley
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