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Old 11-10-2012, 01:57 PM   #21
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Dap, I've never had a place that wasn't "a work in progress"! If roger and I can come, we'll be staying in a motel with our furbal.
Thanks, Sage. I know it will never be finished, I just feel like I have so little to show for what I've done so far.

It would be nice to meet you, Roger and Cookiecat. . I hope somehow the date won't interfere with your cruise.

Looks like our talk of "Visiting dapjwy and Jeff's" has spilled over o this thread...sorry. Not sure if the messages could be moved, but it might not be a bad idea even to just move my responses there (I quoted the messages I was replying to.)
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Old 11-10-2012, 02:15 PM   #22
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I removed my off topic so if you remove yours-Dap quoting mine from post # 20 we'll be right back on track.
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Old 11-10-2012, 02:15 PM   #23
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The kitten's paws are waaaaaaaaaay too small... they're no bigger than my pinkie and it's definitely into charging and getting under things like.... blankets and magazines and the couches. My friendship plants are.... no more. Bummer. They just couldn't take getting mowed down by Zoe again. I did put more mouse traps on the counter though after Zoe ate a whole stick of butter this morning and got the runs. It can't get up on the counter unless it's on top of Twinkle when he stands up and even then.... he'd have to be over by the counter tops for it to get a lift up to that height. Another month or so and it will probably be able to jump up from a chair onto the counter tops so that'll be the end of me using mouse traps up there for a while.
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Sage> Zoe is smart.... the kitten is for sure full of pi$$ and vinegar and definitely curious but.... it isn't smart. It lets Zoe gnaw on it's head and when Zoe is done using it as a chew toy.... its hair is sticking out all different directions.... I have to get a photo of that.... too funny. It jumped up on the toilet this morning trying to follow another 1 of our cats up by the sink and ended up in it..... the lid wasn't down. And.... last week when I left the refrigerator door open to put some "stuff" on the counter top.... it got in the frig. Good thing I saw movement or it woulda been 1 cold putty tat by the time I found it. I thought you were going on a cruise about the same time we'd be going by Dappy's house!!! Did your plans change>>>>? I hope they did for selfish reasons but another part of me hopes they didn't for you and R!!!
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Dappy> I couldn't care less what condition your house is in either. Just make sure you've got a couch for me because I know how a whole house can go to H E double hockey sticks in a handbag when someone gets on a roll outside!!! There's always rainy days and winter for cleaning up houses.... all the rest of the year is for the yard!!!! BTW.... I just got a chance to look at your link and OMG... too funny. I think I will dress up as a cat hoarder next year!!!
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Old 11-10-2012, 04:18 PM   #24
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I removed my off topic so if you remove yours-Dap quoting mine from post # 20 we'll be right back on track.
As...sorry my suggestion made you do that. I will see what I can do later with mine...I'm taking a break from cleaning and just checking in on the iPad.

Also, as you can see the tangent keeps going:

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Dappy> I couldn't care less what condition your house is in either. Just make sure you've got a couch for me because I know how a whole house can go to H E double hockey sticks in a handbag when someone gets on a roll outside!!! There's always rainy days and winter for cleaning up houses.... all the rest of the year is for the yard!!!! BTW.... I just got a chance to look at your link and OMG... too funny. I think I will dress up as a cat hoarder next year!!!
The house will be in whatever state it is in by next year...I'd love to get some projects done, but I'm not sure any will happen. As for cleaning, Jeff surprised me last Friday when he was off and I was at work by going on a cleaning streak. I'm trying to go a few steps further today while he is away at board meeting. I strongly suspect that he'll do what he can inside while I'm preparing the outside for your visit. I hope to downsize a bit so everything is that much easier to clean.

Glad you liked the crazy cat lady/cat hoarder...too bad you have to wait until next year. Take photos I'm sure it will be a hoot!
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Old 11-11-2012, 10:55 AM   #25
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Also, as you can see the tangent keeps going:
Ah Ya...Well "you're" the one that had this little brainstorm about removing things outa place. I caught on right away and fell in line but seems she had posted that at the same time I was deleting mine....Oh well we tried.
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Old 11-11-2012, 11:19 AM   #26
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Ah Ya...Well "you're" the one that had this little brainstorm about removing things outa place. I caught on right away and fell in line but seems she had posted that at the same time I was deleting mine....Oh well we tried.
Smile. We did try. ...well, at least you did!

Maybe, I will repost mine on the other thread...but no promises. We finally have some sun and warmth...so, I'd better get something done outside.
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