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Mar 24, 2019 09:45:33   #
When I'm packing my groceries onto the tray of my Ute, I have to tie everything on with rope, it is the law so nothing flies off. If people get impatient with me I go even slower, they can come and help if they want me to get it done faster.

Of course when I eventually get in the Ute I have to find the ticket to get out of the parking lot, check all of the mirrors, find my sun glasses and keys, start the Ute, it is a manual (and it has a tendancy to stall when impatient people are waiting) then back out slowly so as not to hit anything. It all takes time. Lol.
Mar 24, 2019 09:32:16   #
I am on 2 different types of insulin and because I'm on a pension I only pay $5.60 per box of five pens, I get 5 boxes of each kind and that lasts about 6 months. I also take tablets and they are $5.60 per prescription and each box of tablets lasts about a month. I don't know quite what the actual price for these are as we on pensions here get most medications subsidised by the government.
Mar 24, 2019 09:25:42   #
Sorry bouble post.
Mar 24, 2019 09:24:55   #
Meep, Meep I remember them, Wyley Coyote and the Road Runner, at least I think the Coyote's name was Wyley.
Mar 24, 2019 09:22:05   #
That is lovely Anne.
Mar 24, 2019 09:19:54   #
G'day and welcome from Sydney NSW Australia.
Mar 24, 2019 09:16:40   #
I love the pattern and the colour, so pleased that you could fix the mistake without undoing all of that work.
Mar 24, 2019 08:40:03   #
Sorry, I tried to post a url but couldn't manage to do it. I'm not that computer literate on this tablet.
Mar 23, 2019 13:51:26   #
Reading all this food is making me hungry and it's 4,50am on Sunday morning here (can't sleep).
Mar 23, 2019 13:43:01   #
Thank you for the explaination she sounds like a wonderful dog.
Caroline19 wrote:
It is a soft coated Wheaten Terrier of Irish origin. There are 2 types...the silky coat (Irish) and heavy coat (American). Our Charlly (Charlotte Holly) is silky coat and was a rescue pup and she is small for her size. Wheatens are usually around 30 - 35 lbs for a female and 35 - 40 for a Male. She is hypoallergenic. Our girl is loving, affectionate, loyal, loves people, accute hearing, nervous (hates rain/thunder/wind storms) of strangers and barks whenever the doorbell rings or strangers come to the door. Great security!!! She grew up with my grandson and was crazy about him. When my granddaughters were born several years later she was nervous of them but now that they are older she loves it when they come to visit. She will be 13 this May and still as spry as when she was a pup...typical terrier.
It is a soft coated Wheaten Terrier of Irish origi... (show quote)
Mar 23, 2019 08:11:04   #
I can relate to that lol.
laurelarts wrote:
We sure do....if it was my husband I would nudge him and make him move over, but not with Rudi, I'm the one that is moving
Mar 23, 2019 08:08:23   #
Lovely memories of a friend, thank you for sharing.
Mar 23, 2019 07:56:27   #
Excuse my ignorance but what is a Wheaten?
Caroline19 wrote:
I understand completely. I have a 23 lb Wheaten and she takes up 3/4 of my queen size bed. One night she even pushed me off the bed. But I love her and she is a wonderful companion.
Mar 23, 2019 07:54:43   #
Ohh yes, I gave a queen bed and I get to sleep right on the edge, her majesty likes to sleep in the middle.

But we STILL love them, don't we.
Mar 23, 2019 07:52:09   #
Yes, I scared my cat too, laughing.
Glenlady wrote:
Laughed out loud and scared my cat-- hilarious
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