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Sep 14, 2015 17:24:21   #
RookieRetiree (a regular here)
 
gagesmom wrote:
Greg has just put a supper plate in front of me. See you a little later.


I'm glad he's cooking and serving dinner..enjoy!
 
Sep 14, 2015 17:30:57   #
RookieRetiree (a regular here)
 
Mel, congratulations on your first place designations; of course we know what a good (and certainly quick) knitter you are. Have you ever tried crochet?

Gwen & Marianne - continue to heal and get better soon.

Dentist did some more work in my mouth today -- only one or two more appointments before we're done for awhile. I had neglected my appointments since I wasn't that thrilled with the last dentist. This new dentist has confirmed what I thought about the last work shet did - the bite was off and the one cavity wasn't entirely drilled out before it was filled lopsidedly(word?).

I'm on standby for jury tomorrow. I have to call within the next hour to see if I have to report or not. It's not that far from my house so would be kind of fun to get on a case. At least it's not at the criminal court building in downtown Chicago---I hate having to go to that place as the Prison is right there along with the Sheriff's department. It's not in the nicest part of the city either and nothing to do but read and knit/crochet while waiting. There's no good place to eat and they don't allow food in, so that usually causes problems. Last time I went, I got released at 11:00 which was nice, the other times, I had been there until nearly 3 pm. We have a one day total service time so if I do go, I won't be called for another year.
Sep 14, 2015 17:33:31   #
Swedenme (a regular here)
 
sassafras123 wrote:
We didn't have walk. Maya bleeding from anal gland. $430 later she had gland incised, has 2 oral meds and is wearing shame collar. Poor baby.


That sounds painful , hope she gets better soon, poor thing
Sep 14, 2015 17:36:53   #
melyn
 
Hi everyone just popping in to show u all my lovely visitor to the garden I had the other day allthough my DH was less than impressed lol






Sep 14, 2015 17:36:59   #
melyn
 
Hi everyone just popping in to show u all my lovely visitor to the garden I had the other day allthough my DH was less than impressed lol






Sep 14, 2015 17:40:35   #
gagesmom
 
gagesmom wrote:
Poor Maya. Hope she is well soon. Give her a s ratchet behind the eats for me.


Good grief this phone and auto correct. It is meant to say...give her a scratch behind the ears for me.
 
Sep 14, 2015 17:41:17   #
gagesmom
 
melyn wrote:
Hi everyone just popping in to show u all my lovely visitor to the garden I had the other day allthough my DH was less than impressed lol


Beautiful.
Sep 14, 2015 17:49:23   #
Bonnie7591 (a regular here)
 
Desert Joy, hope Maya heals quickly, I'm sure you didn't need the big vet bill.

Julie, lovely looking yarn, what are you going to make?

I made 2 kind of jelly, cranberry & sea buckthorn, this morning. I got more jars than expected. The cranberry tastes really nice, haven't tasted the other yet.
I'm trying to find the ambition to grind tomatoes for mincemeat or chop ripe ones for salsa, both need to be done soon. I can't believe how quickly the tomatoes are ripening.
Not very nice here today, only 10C/50F, we've had showers the last 2 nights & more expected for the next 2 days, the warmest all week is 18C/67F & the leaves are changing & some falling off. Fall is definitely here&#128553;. We definitely need some Indian Summer to get the combines rolling again
Sep 14, 2015 18:24:31   #
marlark
 
thewren wrote:
aren't they wonderful - love the summaries. --- sam

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I am quite sure that I woud not be able to keep up without Julie and those summaries by various friends. Marlark
Sep 14, 2015 18:35:08   #
KatyNora
 
sassafras123 wrote:
We didn't have walk. Maya bleeding from anal gland. $430 later she had gland incised, has 2 oral meds and is wearing shame collar. Poor baby.


Poor Maya! I hope the meds will work fast and she'll be out of the collar in short order.
Sep 14, 2015 19:01:33   #
Lurker 2 (a regular here)
 
Bonnie7591 wrote:
Desert Joy, hope Maya heals quickly, I'm sure you didn't need the big vet bill.

Julie, lovely looking yarn, what are you going to make?

I made 2 kind of jelly, cranberry & sea buckthorn, this morning. I got more jars than expected. The cranberry tastes really nice, haven't tasted the other yet.
I'm trying to find the ambition to grind tomatoes for mincemeat or chop ripe ones for salsa, both need to be done soon. I can't believe how quickly the tomatoes are ripening.
Not very nice here today, only 10C/50F, we've had showers the last 2 nights & more expected for the next 2 days, the warmest all week is 18C/67F & the leaves are changing & some falling off. Fall is definitely here&#128553;. We definitely need some Indian Summer to get the combines rolling again
Desert Joy, hope Maya heals quickly, I'm sure you ... (show quote)


Just a simple garterstitch scarf, Bonnie- I like mindless at times- I too hope you get that Indian Summer!
 
Sep 14, 2015 19:14:50   #
gagesmom
 
My friend from work Janice who is involved with the fair I entered my stuff in, just dropped off my stuff. Here is how I did. So excited.&#128077; and rather proud.






Sep 14, 2015 19:17:57   #
Lurker 2 (a regular here)
 
gagesmom wrote:
My friend from work Janice who is involved with the fair I entered my stuff in, just dropped off my stuff. Here is how I did. So excited.&#128077; and rather proud.


And rightly so!
Sep 14, 2015 19:20:42   #
pacer
 
sassafras123 wrote:
We didn't have walk. Maya bleeding from anal gland. $430 later she had gland incised, has 2 oral meds and is wearing shame collar. Poor baby.


I hope Maya is on the mend soon.
Sep 14, 2015 19:22:22   #
pacer
 
gagesmom wrote:
Poor Maya. Hope she is well soon. Give her a s ratchet behind the eats for me.


You gave me quite a laugh with that thought. I know it was a typing error or auto correct error as you would never do such a thing to any animal.
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