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Old 03-06-2013, 01:00 PM
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man that sucks, I'm sorry. Ice the hand, clean it, and take a long break from Bamm.
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Old 03-06-2013, 01:24 PM
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man that sucks, I'm sorry. Ice the hand, clean it, and take a long break from Bamm.
Ya I think Josh I going to walk him for me later since I think Bamm and I are both kind of freaked out by what happened. I don't think he intended to hurt me but still not ok with redirecting at all.
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Old 03-06-2013, 03:12 PM
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Ya I think Josh I going to walk him for me later since I think Bamm and I are both kind of freaked out by what happened. I don't think he intended to hurt me but still not ok with redirecting at all.
OMG how shocking! Sorry that happened to you, has he ever redirected before?

I would invest in a good tough pair of gloves ... Yikes.
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Old 03-06-2013, 03:20 PM
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SO has friends over, which is fine - but he's being a total butt to me, and I don't know why.
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Old 03-06-2013, 03:34 PM
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OMG how shocking! Sorry that happened to you, has he ever redirected before?

I would invest in a good tough pair of gloves ... Yikes.
It happened once quite a few years ago, but it was a completely different scenario. He had gotten a marrow bone stuck on his bottom jaw and when I finally dislodged it he bit me hard.
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Over ate. A bunch. I was doing pretty good lately, too. But now I'm feeling bloated and full and ugh.
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Old 03-06-2013, 04:05 PM
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Not really a vent, but...

I was just browsing around on facebook, checking in on some old classmates/friends of mine. One of them is married, one of them is about ready to have her first child. Another is engaged.

I just look around and think, "My God, when did we all grow up?" Some of the faces I barely recognize, they've matured so much. It makes me a little sad, that those relationships have come and gone. They're all on their own paths now. Then I start to feel just a little bit left behind, because I very much so still consider myself a young adult, one that still needs to call her mom up on the phone to get a meatloaf recipe or ask her what the best way to clean a certain spot is and her dad still buys her a snow shovel so she doesn't get stuck in her parking spot.

And then I start to feel just a little uncertain, because by next year I hope to be married, and in the next three or four years I'm really hoping to start having my own family. If Mike is accepted into the Navy, I may not even be in this state anymore by next year, with no family or friends to lean on. And that means I won't be a "kid" anymore.

When do you finally start to feel like an "adult"?

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Not really a vent, but...

I was just browsing around on facebook, checking in on some old classmates/friends of mine. One of them is married, one of them is about ready to have her first child. Another is engaged.

I just look around and think, "My God, when did we all grow up?" Some of the faces I barely recognize, they've matured so much. It makes me a little sad, that those relationships have come and gone. They're all on their own paths now. Then I start to feel just a little bit left behind, because I very much so still consider myself a young adult, one that still needs to call her mom up on the phone to get a meatloaf recipe or ask her what the best way to clean a certain spot is and her dad still buys her a snow shovel so she doesn't get stuck in her parking spot.

And then I start to feel just a little uncertain, because by next year I hope to be married, and in the next three or four years I'm really hoping to start having my own family. If Mike is accepted into the Navy, I may not even be in this state anymore by next year, with no family or friends to lean on. And that means I won't be a "kid" anymore.

When do you finally start to feel like an "adult"?

The woes of being 22.
I started feeling like an adult when I was 19; cut off from my dad, college, married, had a dog, had my own place, had a full time job, and moved across the country. I grew up fast though, for several personal reasons...

Now I feel almost too "adult" like, though. Pretty much all of our money goes towards bills or savings, I'm working two jobs to pay off our truck faster, I never see Josh because we work different shifts, I've made so many sacrifices that I can't even believe it.. I'd like to not be so adult like sometimes. Lol.
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Old 03-06-2013, 04:19 PM
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I'm still wondering when I will feel sufficiently adult.
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Old 03-06-2013, 04:35 PM
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This stupid guy I'm dealing with from the dryer company keeps going on about how I purchased it "2 years ago." DUDE, NO. Just because I bought it in 2011 does not mean it's been 2 year. It's been 14 months. I bought it December 30, 2011. Do the math. Ugh.
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