One of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite movies! Thank you for sharing.
Good morning, ladies. Sorry I haven't been commenting in recent days, but it seems my computer has caught a cold (at least, I hope it's not a virus! :( ). My Firefox browser keeps locking up on me, ever after I reinstalled it, so I'm using Internet Explorer right now, which is also being a bit fussy. There may be an intervention needed in the near future. If so, I won't be totally incommunicado as I can read along on my Nook, but I'm not likely to type much on that teeny tiny keyboard. :thumbdown:
I've managed to read up to date, and I'm glad it sounds like things are going pretty well for the most part, if we don't count Saxy's battle with the dishwasher and Purple's tendency to toss food stuffs around. Rebecca, Happy Belated Birthday!! I'm sorry I missed the actual day, but glad you had a good one. And Lisa, I'm very glad for you being granted intervenor status in Michael's case. That sounds very positive.
Also, I loved the pictures of the babies, all decked out in Susan's beautiful cardis. Baby pictures are the best!!
Nothing much to report from here, just knitting and reading, followed by some reading and knitting, but it's all enjoyable. Stay well, everyone, and have a lovely day, evening, or morning as the case may be.
Happy Birthday, Sam!!! Today is also my future son-in-law's birthday and my great-nephew's birthday, so I get to send greetings to three of my favorite fellas!! Have a wonderful day!
I'm just in from taking DS #2 to university.....there were tears when it came time to leave him, amazing to think what he was like a year ago and how far he has come :thumbup:
Oh, how I remember what that was like! Sending you all sorts of mom hugs. Will he be close enough to come home from time to time?
Londy, I love the cozy look of your vacation cottage. Have a wonderful week there.
Let me start by saying this...dad did NOT show up ... (
Lisa, it may not seem like much, but it does sound like you made a little progress yesterday. Reading between the lines, I like what I see about your attorney and I'm proud of you that you stood up for yourself. That's very hard to do in court. I hope the judge will respond soon, and in your favor.
Been away from the computer for most of this week, so just caught up with all the news.
Chris, I was so sorry to read of your friend's passing. Losing someone you've known all your life is so very difficult. Sending you my condolences.
Purly, it's good to see you posting. I hope you'll continue to heal every day and be back to normal soon.
Londy, your fascinator is fascinating!! Hope your biopsy results are all good.
Happy Birthday, Judi!! Of course, with the time zone differences, I suppose I should say Happy Belated Birthday! but I'm glad you enjoyed it in any case. :D
And Lisa, you've been in my thoughts and prayers all day. I worked more than half my career in family law cases, and I know how heart-wrenching these cases can be. Hoping for positive results from today's hearing.
Sending everyone best wishes for a lovely day, and I hope I'll be able to keep up a little better next week.
Lurker 2 wrote:
Was rather disconcerting, to be honest, Sam!
Fire in the kitchen is really scary, Julie! I'm glad you got it under control so quickly.
Nice scarf and I love the colour and the model.xxxx
Agreed!! :thumbup: :thumbup:
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.👍 and rather proud.
Good job, Mel!! You have every right to be proud!
You two will get on like a house on fire :thumbup:
Thanks for the endorsement! :lol:
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.
Lurker 2 wrote:
Nice looking dog! Ringo's litter sister Lucy has developed a talent for her new owner, she is alerting him to impending Epileptic fits- the other day she shepherded him to a comfy chair, as he got ill.
How wonderful! I've read of dogs sensing illness in their humans.
Lurker 2 wrote:
Don't know Shiba Inu? I hope to have Ringo another ten years.
Shiba inu is a small breed, originally from Japan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shiba_Inu
Willow was a black and tan like the picture in the History section of the article. I hope you have Ringo for another ten years, too. My one sister has had Corgis for years and they are totally devoted to her.
Miss Pam wrote:
Katy - we need to figure out a date to get together sometime in late October if that would work for you. :)
We'll make it work! I'll PM you my email and phone number and plan to see you after your trip.