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Old 04-26-2014, 12:34 AM
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I have a ridiculous looking eye infection. No one likes pus on their eye!!

To top off my day, three studs flew off of Brooks' Paco collar when he scratched. I am clearly cursed
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Old 04-26-2014, 09:02 AM
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My plates expire on the 28th of this month. I didn't realize it until earlier this week when Michael pointed it out to me. So went and got my tax exemption form from legal, then stopped by the tax office to renew them...and apparently, because my father cosigned on the car for me and in turn is on the title, he has to be present for me to renew my plates OR give me power of attorney over the car.

Um. My dad is 900 miles away, thank you very much.

So now we're trying to figure out paperwork and how to get it down here to me in time so I'm not driving around with expired plates. Lovely.

Stupid state. I don't know why they need him. I was able to *purchase* a plate for the car in Indiana without him being present, I don't know why they need his authority to get the dang thing renewed. UGH.




I view my smart phone as a very mini-laptop. I was given a tablet as a gift and I was all like, "Um....this is just like my phone, only bigger...?" Luckily, DH is getting use out of it because I was contemplating selling it. DH gave me his old laptop to use should I need it, as he had bought a new one during A-school and I actually prefer to use my phone, because it is about the same speed, if not faster. LOL

The GPS/map feature is also amazing. I hate driving when I don't know where I'm going, and having an interactive map really eases my anxiety. (And yes...I do know how to navigate with an atlas/map, and have done so on numerous occasions. My phone is just WAY easier and so much more convenient.)
My phone is like a mini laptop too, in fact, the only time I get on my laptop is to work on my fan fiction, manage my dragons on my dragon game, or watch streaming video of racing lol. Other then that I am on my phone ... Who is why I want another one.
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Old 04-26-2014, 04:14 PM
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Bought a new shirt. Have worn it twice and it is gone. Just not anywhere to be found. I tore the house apart. Only thing I can think of is it made it into the garbage somehow but its a fairly big sweater so not sure how I'd manage that. I'm literally going nuts over this.

Even checked to see if washer ate it or it fell behind it. Grrrrr.
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Old 04-26-2014, 05:02 PM
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Ugh, Rolex is on. So sick of hearing people singing their praises to these riders. The horse world as a whole is just completely messed up; if the dogs competing in agility and obedience showed as many stress signals as the horses competing in show jumping and dressage, people would be raising a fuss. At least dog people can usually identify that their dog is stressed; horse people just view it as standard behavior and do nothing to address the issue.

A horse constantly swishing its tail and throwing its head and fighting with the rider is not, as the commentators like to say, "loving its job" and "working in perfect harmony with the rider". Back to Horse Body Language 101, foks.
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Old 04-26-2014, 07:20 PM
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I lost Tulip on the 3rd to a pituitary tumor.
I found Peony dead in the cage after work yesterday.
I put Esther to sleep today because of a massive tumor.


Three in one month.
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Old 04-26-2014, 07:24 PM
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I lost Tulip on the 3rd to a pituitary tumor.
I found Peony dead in the cage after work yesterday.
I put Esther to sleep today because of a massive tumor.


Three in one month.
I am so, so sorry.
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Old 04-26-2014, 07:39 PM
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I lost Tulip on the 3rd to a pituitary tumor.
I found Peony dead in the cage after work yesterday.
I put Esther to sleep today because of a massive tumor.


Three in one month.
((((Hugs))))

Ratties are so hard sometimes.
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Old 04-26-2014, 07:43 PM
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Thanks guys. They are hard. I'm not getting any more rats of my own for a good while. A friend of mine just opened a pocket pet rescue and I'm going to foster for them (I am getting three boys in the next couple days). I just can't do the keeping and losing part again for a while.
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Old 04-26-2014, 07:58 PM
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Rats are so sad that way. I won't own them because their life span is too short and heart breaking
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I lost Tulip on the 3rd to a pituitary tumor.
I found Peony dead in the cage after work yesterday.
I put Esther to sleep today because of a massive tumor.


Three in one month.
((((Hugs)))) I'm so sorry.
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