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Old 11-07-2013, 09:28 PM
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I need dog friends in Arizona... ugh. Going to the dog park alone is lame.
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Old 11-08-2013, 10:04 AM
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My roommate, who I've been attached at the hip to for the past year or so, is going away for a couple weeks and I'm stressing the separation anxiety. Seriously. WTF is wrong with me? I share a room with him, I find myself frequently pining for some time completely to myself, but when I finally get it I'm like GAH NO DON'T GO, I'LL MISS YOU.
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Old 11-08-2013, 11:18 AM
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My roommate, who I've been attached at the hip to for the past year or so, is going away for a couple weeks and I'm stressing the separation anxiety. Seriously. WTF is wrong with me? I share a room with him, I find myself frequently pining for some time completely to myself, but when I finally get it I'm like GAH NO DON'T GO, I'LL MISS YOU.
Not saying its the same thing exactly, but I am kind of like that with my OH ... and pretty much everyone else I spend any amount of time with, ha ha. When they are around I am all irritated and annoyed that they are always ... there, but when they go I'm also all like "No don't go, I'll miss you!"
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:10 PM
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Had to share this.....
We have a foster kitten that is almost 5 weeks old, Zoey.
I mentioned to my mom I was thinking of letting Zoey sleep with our girls (ages 7 and 10)
My mom tells me the kitten could smother my kids in their sleep!!!!!!!
I tell her this is an old wives tale and she argues with me for several more minutes. A Dr told her it was true.......really, in the year 1865 maybe! Or if the Dr was a quack.
Then she tells me it's my decision....yeah I knew that already.
So if this tiny bundle of evil fluff sucks my kids' breath away in the night....it's totally on me.
Personally I've been more concerned that one of the girls might roll over in their sleep and smush HER.
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Old 11-08-2013, 05:50 PM
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You've got to be ****ing kidding me post office. You lost my package again?? REALLY? And it took you ten freaking minutes to figure that out, is there any organization to your mail room? No ****ing wonder USPS is going under.
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Old 11-08-2013, 05:57 PM
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Had to share this.....
We have a foster kitten that is almost 5 weeks old, Zoey.
I mentioned to my mom I was thinking of letting Zoey sleep with our girls (ages 7 and 10)
My mom tells me the kitten could smother my kids in their sleep!!!!!!!
I tell her this is an old wives tale and she argues with me for several more minutes. A Dr told her it was true.......really, in the year 1865 maybe! Or if the Dr was a quack.
Then she tells me it's my decision....yeah I knew that already.
So if this tiny bundle of evil fluff sucks my kids' breath away in the night....it's totally on me.
Personally I've been more concerned that one of the girls might roll over in their sleep and smush HER.
I think it depends on the cat. Sammy, my moms cat, likes to sleep on her head or around her head. I think it's just something to be aware of.
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Old 11-08-2013, 06:01 PM
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We had our weekly team meeting and the bosses say, "The new projects we have brought on board, we have gotten very positive feed back from people. They like what you are doing, they like your response time. Unfortunately, the core work that we have always done, we are getting some complaints. Things are getting missed, people are complaining that the response times are increasing. We need to do a better job."

We reply with, "We're drowning here. We have been in existence for about 2 years and you just keep piling more work on us without bringing anyone new on board. We cannot do it."

To which they respond with, "You will find a way to do it or we will find people who can."

Screw you bosses! That was not a good way to motivate any of us.
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Old 11-08-2013, 06:09 PM
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Had to share this.....
We have a foster kitten that is almost 5 weeks old, Zoey.
I mentioned to my mom I was thinking of letting Zoey sleep with our girls (ages 7 and 10)
My mom tells me the kitten could smother my kids in their sleep!!!!!!!
I tell her this is an old wives tale and she argues with me for several more minutes. A Dr told her it was true.......really, in the year 1865 maybe! Or if the Dr was a quack.
Then she tells me it's my decision....yeah I knew that already.
So if this tiny bundle of evil fluff sucks my kids' breath away in the night....it's totally on me.
Personally I've been more concerned that one of the girls might roll over in their sleep and smush HER.
A very young infant that cant roll over, yes, it could be a concern...but for a 7 and 10 year old? Yeah, no....
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Old 11-08-2013, 07:22 PM
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Just saw an ad for Doberman pups on craigslist. Very cute and all, but they show a pic of mom nursing. She has no back legs, please someone tell me this is an internet joke...
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Old 11-08-2013, 07:40 PM
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I need dog friends in Arizona... ugh. Going to the dog park alone is lame.
While we're making requests, let me know if you find any in Ohio.
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