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  • Scary Kitty
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Pretty Friday!

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  • Scary Kitty
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Fluffy Thursday!

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  • Scary Kitty
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    Good afternoon, Sparkies! Happy Screw the Angst Wednesday!

    LOL, having so much fun writing that I forgot to post this morning!

    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    We are clumsy. We basically turned getting injured in the most dumbest of ways into an artform.


    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Oh, that con I talked about in my previous post, the one in the UK. Torri and Rainbow too were attending.
    Ah, I'd wondered since you had said everyone was there. Cool! Hope they all had fun hanging out together!

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by JT-2 View Post
    What is with you guys and injuries???
    We are clumsy. We basically turned getting injured in the most dumbest of ways into an artform.

    Oh, that con I talked about in my previous post, the one in the UK. Torri and Rainbow too were attending.

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  • Scary Kitty
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Smutty Tuesday!

    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Sidenote: my cats just helped a spider cross the rainbow bridge. Now it's lying there all dead and crumpled.

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    SCRATCH THAT!! The 8-legged creature still lives!
    Eeeek!

    Originally posted by JT-2 View Post
    My time out went well. I was very sore by the second hour, and I was glad to go home. I went out today too, but not for a long time, and it was fine. So hopefully it will just continue to improve.
    Sounds good!

    Originally posted by JT-2 View Post
    Just where are you driving???
    The main county roads are all paved, but many side roads are still gravel, and in the rainy season, the dusty runoff onto the main roads turns to muddy splatter. We are RURAL.

    Originally posted by JT-2 View Post
    And please tell your cats they need to finish the job!!​
    Agreed!

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  • JT-2
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    Originally posted by Who Knows View Post

    Remember OSYtbfB.gif But sWPLUF3.jpg
    You crack me up!! That cat one is awesome!

    My time out went well. I was very sore by the second hour, and I was glad to go home. I went out today too, but not for a long time, and it was fine. So hopefully it will just continue to improve.


    Originally posted by Scary Kitty
    Neither had I. You would not believe all the dried mud crusted on the underside behind the wheels... Gonna try to wash it again in a month to get anything I missed this time.
    Just where are you driving???


    Originally posted by Falcon Horus
    My sister hit her finger twice while laying the bricks to reenforce the entrance to the garage. I laughed, then proceeded to hit my knee against the door -- karma worked really fast.

    But no further damage was done to either of our bodies, except for some painful muscles from all the hard work.
    Karma is a b-word!

    What is with you guys and injuries???


    Originally posted by Falcon Horus
    Today was convention day... I am officially the owner of all 4 hobbit autographs. Already had Sean Astin's, and today I added Elijah's, Dominic's and Billy's.

    Billy was so much fun. He offered his Belgian chocolates to us but unfortunately I don't like them very much because they always contain something inside of them that I don't like so I declined but there was a kid in line behind us who at first was too afraid to approach but then her mother told her in French that was okay, at which point we had to teach Billy the french word for horse cause one of the chocolates looked like a horse's head.
    Awww, that poor kid!


    Originally posted by Falcon Horus
    Elijah is such a nice guy and Dominic's always up for a laugh.

    Anyways, also got Temuera Morrison's autograph -- Boba Fett. Also a very nice dude.
    He was wearing a T-shirt that said Boba Fit ... which obviously got a lot of laughs.

    A very nice touch of the convention was a tribute to Bernard Hill.
    They left his table and poster up, and instead made it into a dedication. They set up some candles and Théoden's sword, and people could leave a message in a book. That was very nice.
    That's a really sweet tribute.


    And please tell your cats they need to finish the job!!​

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Monday's are bleh... especially after a long weekend.
    Next week Tuesday is the Monday of the week cause another long weekend ahead.

    Anywho... looks like Basingstoke Con was a success, except for the chaos that ensued as Richard D Anderson was signing until way past midnight (or so I heard). They had the whole SGA team there (David, Rachel, Joe, Jason, Paul) and half of SG-1 (Richard & Amanda, with Gary Jones and Brad Wright). There was also SGU (David Blue & Alaina).

    ***

    Sidenote: my cats just helped a spider cross the rainbow bridge. Now it's lying there all dead and crumpled.

    Edit
    SCRATCH THAT!! The 8-legged creature still lives!

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  • Scary Kitty
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Canon Monday!

    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    My sister hit her finger twice while laying the bricks to reenforce the entrance to the garage. I laughed, then proceeded to hit my knee against the door -- karma worked really fast.

    But no further damage was done to either of our bodies, except for some painful muscles from all the hard work.
    Heh, the whump continues!

    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Today was convention day... I am officially the owner of all 4 hobbit autographs. Already had Sean Astin's, and today I added Elijah's, Dominic's and Billy's.

    Billy was so much fun. He offered his Belgian chocolates to us but unfortunately I don't like them very much because they always contain something inside of them that I don't like so I declined but there was a kid in line behind us who at first was too afraid to approach but then her mother told her in French that was okay, at which point we had to teach Billy the french word for horse cause one of the chocolates looked like a horse's head.

    Elijah is such a nice guy and Dominic's always up for a laugh.

    Anyways, also got Temuera Morrison's autograph -- Boba Fett. Also a very nice dude.
    He was wearing a T-shirt that said Boba Fit ... which obviously got a lot of laughs.

    A very nice touch of the convention was a tribute to Bernard Hill.
    They left his table and poster up, and instead made it into a dedication. They set up some candles and Théoden's sword, and people could leave a message in a book. That was very nice.
    Yay! Glad you had such a great time at the con and that everyone had fun. It was very cool to read about the tribute table for Bernard Hill, that was a wonderful gesture for the con to do.

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  • Falcon Horus
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    Originally posted by JT-2 View Post
    Try not to hurt yourself, will you please?
    My sister hit her finger twice while laying the bricks to reenforce the entrance to the garage. I laughed, then proceeded to hit my knee against the door -- karma worked really fast.

    But no further damage was done to either of our bodies, except for some painful muscles from all the hard work.

    ***

    Today was convention day... I am officially the owner of all 4 hobbit autographs. Already had Sean Astin's, and today I added Elijah's, Dominic's and Billy's.

    Billy was so much fun. He offered his Belgian chocolates to us but unfortunately I don't like them very much because they always contain something inside of them that I don't like so I declined but there was a kid in line behind us who at first was too afraid to approach but then her mother told her in French that was okay, at which point we had to teach Billy the french word for horse cause one of the chocolates looked like a horse's head.

    Elijah is such a nice guy and Dominic's always up for a laugh.

    Anyways, also got Temuera Morrison's autograph -- Boba Fett. Also a very nice dude.
    He was wearing a T-shirt that said Boba Fit ... which obviously got a lot of laughs.

    A very nice touch of the convention was a tribute to Bernard Hill.
    They left his table and poster up, and instead made it into a dedication. They set up some candles and Théoden's sword, and people could leave a message in a book. That was very nice.

    Leave a comment:


  • Scary Kitty
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Lazy Sunday!

    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    The swelling of the unidentified bite has gone down. It no longer feels warm to touch and the itch has nearly disappeared. Whichever beast bit me, I shall never know but I sincerely hope it wasn't a mosquito cause damn that would mean the new generation is a force to be reckoned with.
    Very good to hear the swelling went down on it's own! Hmm, guess this means you may need to look into wearing an insect repellent when you go out gardening.

    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Today, we finished with laying out the flower bed and reenforced the entrance to the garage -- so my car is sleeping outside this week. Tomorrow, con first, then grass.
    Sounds awesome, it'll look glorious when it's finished!

    Originally posted by JT-2 View Post
    I'll be taking my first real trip out since the surgery today. Let's see how I do.
    Find your inner turtle and take it slow and easy.

    Originally posted by JT-2 View Post
    Former Catholics UNITE! If I was asked what religion I am, I'd probably still say I'm Catholic, but that's more for my mom's memory than anything else. When she was alive I took her to Church every week. At the time, I was the only child to still attend mass. Now I'm the only one who doesn't. Sorry, mom!


    Honestly, I'm not sure how I'd answer if asked.

    Originally posted by JT-2 View Post
    I haven't washed my car in way too long!
    Neither had I. You would not believe all the dried mud crusted on the underside behind the wheels... Gonna try to wash it again in a month to get anything I missed this time.

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  • Who Knows
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    Originally posted by JT-2 View Post
    I'll be taking my first real trip out since the surgery today. Let's see how I do.
    Remember OSYtbfB.gif But sWPLUF3.jpg

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  • JT-2
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    The Boston Celtics won again last night. But all of the games have been completely lopsided, with the winning team being up by a huge margin. It's not very interesting to watch.

    I'll be taking my first real trip out since the surgery today. Let's see how I do.


    Originally posted by Scary Kitty View Post
    Heh! Former Catholic, also totally couldn't remember what the holiday was.
    Former Catholics UNITE! If I was asked what religion I am, I'd probably still say I'm Catholic, but that's more for my mom's memory than anything else. When she was alive I took her to Church every week. At the time, I was the only child to still attend mass. Now I'm the only one who doesn't. Sorry, mom!


    Originally posted by Scary Kitty View Post
    Yep...just in time to wash my car tomorrow morning.
    I haven't washed my car in way too long!


    Originally posted by Falcon Horus
    The swelling of the unidentified bite has gone down. It no longer feels warm to touch and the itch has nearly disappeared. Whichever beast bit me, I shall never know but I sincerely hope it wasn't a mosquito cause damn that would mean the new generation is a force to be reckoned with.

    Today, we finished with laying out the flower bed and reenforced the entrance to the garage -- so my car is sleeping outside this week. Tomorrow, con first, then grass.​
    I'm glad the swelling has gone down. Try not to hurt yourself, will you please?

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  • Falcon Horus
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    The swelling of the unidentified bite has gone down. It no longer feels warm to touch and the itch has nearly disappeared. Whichever beast bit me, I shall never know but I sincerely hope it wasn't a mosquito cause damn that would mean the new generation is a force to be reckoned with.

    Today, we finished with laying out the flower bed and reenforced the entrance to the garage -- so my car is sleeping outside this week. Tomorrow, con first, then grass.

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  • Scary Kitty
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Sparky!Family Saturday!

    Originally posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I accidently dropped a pitchfork down onto my leg while I was putting it down after using it, and while I thought it was nothing, it did leave me with a bruise.

    I also got bitten by a mosquito (tiny bite, little itch) and something not yet identified ... the back of my arm is all swollen, itchy and clearly reacting with an infection or allergic reaction cause it's also very warm to the touch. I'm thinking a fly or a spider bite.

    Today we finished up preparing the front yard for the new grass, which we will be sowing on Sunday when we get back from the Con. It will rain again on Monday so good for the new grass seedlings.

    Most of the heavy lifting is done except for one act of stonemasonry -- otherwise we won't be able to install the edge for the flowerpatch. When there's time tomorrow, we'll continue work on the rock garden.

    Am I hurting? -- you wonder...

    Like you have no idea.
    Whoa! Sounds like we need to rename it Whump Saturday! Please get that bite looked at, that it's all warm and swollen doesn't sound good.

    Otherwise, glad to hear the yard refurb is going well, and I hope you have fun at the Con tomorrow!

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  • Falcon Horus
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    I accidently dropped a pitchfork down onto my leg while I was putting it down after using it, and while I thought it was nothing, it did leave me with a bruise.

    I also got bitten by a mosquito (tiny bite, little itch) and something not yet identified ... the back of my arm is all swollen, itchy and clearly reacting with an infection or allergic reaction cause it's also very warm to the touch. I'm thinking a fly or a spider bite.

    Today we finished up preparing the front yard for the new grass, which we will be sowing on Sunday when we get back from the Con. It will rain again on Monday so good for the new grass seedlings.

    Most of the heavy lifting is done except for one act of stonemasonry -- otherwise we won't be able to install the edge for the flowerpatch. When there's time tomorrow, we'll continue work on the rock garden.

    Am I hurting? -- you wonder...

    Like you have no idea.

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