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adiantum

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adiantum

7.3

What lucky horses to have such lush  grasses to feast upon.

Going by that view your ride wasnt on flat ground.. beautiful.

 

Dogs day at the park.. 18 dogs  in the group celebrating  ones 4th birthday.

The cake looked wonderful.. like a carrot cake with mashed potato topping sprinkled with dried liver.

Not only has my boy never seen cake before, this didnt even pass the sniff test.

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IrinaHarr

173 today, garden is planted and it was raining most of Sunday. When there was a clearing in the rain I went outside to move couple perennials to sunnier spot. When I looked at myself in the mirror I realized I was so muddy I needed a shower and then laundry 🌦️

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meyery2k
2 hours ago, adiantum said:

6.9

Sleeping in on chilly mornings is becoming a habit.

Not when you have cats...

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adiantum

That's true.. cats will even lick your eyelids open if you dont respond to their first wake up call.

That raspy tongue on your eye will soon get you out of bed.

1 hour ago, meyery2k said:

Not when you have cats...

 

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meyery2k

Sometimes to throw them off, if I am having trouble sleeping, I feed them at 3AM.  The bewildered half-asleep look is a gem.  They still wake me up by 530AM.  Jumping on me, purring, wanting pat-pat's.  Humans just can't win with cats...

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adiantum

I woke at 3am so took my dog outside for him to pee. He was so sleepy & had no idea why  we were outside in the cold.

He sat at my feet & started to snore.

He was then happy to snuggle  against my back & sleep until 10.

 

 

re cats...I'm looking at real estate & noticed the cat flap in this bathroom...Why.?

From where does that cat  come & go?

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FunDad62

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Holy cow now that's a cat tower.  Those things are pricey too.  Even the small ones.

 

Maybe the bathroom was where they kept the litter box?  I've considered putting one in on my door to my garage.

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IrinaHarr

167 today, lowest in weeks after my 3 interstate travels. I hope this trend continues, will walk the pups a little more today.

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adiantum

6.9 The houses in those pics are not my style. I love the old timber walls & floors & even love the busy look  like this ..560536665_livingroom2.thumb.jpg.5deaa7e0b034090b54f7fb77bbe63bb0.jpg but people are modernising them.

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adiantum

 

yeah... I'm noticing that here too :rofl:

 

There must be a mini leaf blower that  would work indoors.

7 minutes ago, Hammer said:

A 75 4.17) for me today.  Lee, that "busy" look might look good, but I bet it's a nightmare to have to dust.😊

 

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Hammer
5 minutes ago, adiantum said:

 

yeah... I'm noticing that here too :rofl:

 

There must be a mini leaf blower that  would work indoors.

 

Most of my floors are tables and chairs are covered with "stuff", so I don't dust, since the dust is on top of the "stuff".😊

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adiantum

Tables & chairs become ideal shelves for 'stuff'.

3 minutes ago, Hammer said:

Most of my floors are tables and chairs are covered with "stuff", so I don't dust, since the dust is on top of the "stuff".😊

 

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