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post #1721 of 1821
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Originally Posted by BaBaBa View Post
it's still early here!
Hey, company! Shall we all open a bottle of wine now?

Oh no, as you said, it's still early there!
post #1722 of 1821
I can't believe the nerve of my neighbours. 10 minutes after the road crew left he came with his van and chain saw and started collecting the wood!!!
post #1723 of 1821
it's never to early for wine!
post #1724 of 1821


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I can't believe the nerve of my neighbours. 10 minutes after the road crew left he came with his van and chain saw and started collecting the wood!!!
post #1725 of 1821
he thought he wasn't visible but I saw him and made sure he saw me. After he took the first load of wood home he showed up at my place and told me that he was cleaning it up because the scavengers would come and take it really quickly (no kidding!) and that really it was fair game but we could share it.:
post #1726 of 1821
Emi is back in diapers during the night, she asked for it, she woin't go to bed without them. strange.
she now gets to watch "disneys robin hood" on tape (so old, haha!) because it used to be dh favourite movie. she sometimes gets to watch "little bear" in the evenings, too. so she watches those two things to fall asleep when she cann not sleep. she has been good recently,going to bed at 7.30 , but today was a bad day, poor george even had a wooden toolbox thrown at his head, he's got a big bruise. it's been stressfull, so i am thankful that dh ordered a couple of bottles of red wine.
post #1727 of 1821
baba, is that the creep who stared at your dd? the one who lives with his parents??
post #1728 of 1821
whoah! DD just spun out in the bath and gave us both a fright!

eek! I can really see how they can drown if you leave the room for a second! That's never happened before!

Big exhale*
post #1729 of 1821
scary! & i was such a bathtub parent, nothing like sitting in the bathroom with a book & a glass of wine while the little one plays in the bath.
we don't have a bathtub anymore, so that's the end of that, though, but, poor you baba, she alright?
post #1730 of 1821
no, not that creep. He's history (I had a terrible dream the other night that he came to circumcise DD)

This is the nice, respectable, goody-goody pillar of the community neighbours

I don't feel so bad about our dog barking at night now.
post #1731 of 1821
she's fine. she won't stop telling me so

bath time is one of the highlights in the day
post #1732 of 1821
hah, that's something i suppose!
& yuck at the creepy dream!!
post #1733 of 1821
You have a backyard now, can you put a little pool in it?
post #1734 of 1821
we could, but i would be the one getting bugs & spiders out of it the whole time, so, not a fan
the kids like to shower, though, which is relaxing,too.
it's a big shower with seats & glass all around so i can always see them, plus it switches on on the outside, s o kids in, shower on, perfect
post #1735 of 1821
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Originally Posted by BaBaBa View Post
no, not that creep. He's history (I had a terrible dream the other night that he came to circumcise DD)

This is the nice, respectable, goody-goody pillar of the community neighbours

I don't feel so bad about our dog barking at night now.
Right, I am sure he was just doing you all a service .

Glad DD is OK.

You know what, I am actually going to attempt to sleep right about now
post #1736 of 1821
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Originally Posted by MittensKittens View Post

You know what, I am actually going to attempt to sleep right about now
good luck & good night!!!
post #1737 of 1821
actually, bababa, dh is asking me to go to bed, & you know how much that is needed at the moment, haha
so i will talk to you on a i m i hope,as dh is back at work. <3
night night!!!
post #1738 of 1821
Really, they complained about the dog with a letter in the mailbox but were not even close. It's like a 10 minute walk to their door! Plus it's not like we're in the city or the suburbs. This is the COUNTRY and dog is a livestock guardian. So when the coyotes, foxes and racoons stop trying to eat our animals in the middle of the night then I'll do something about the dog's barking.

Am I right?
post #1739 of 1821
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Originally Posted by BaBaBa View Post
Really, they complained about the dog with a letter in the mailbox but were not even close. It's like a 10 minute walk to their door! Plus it's not like we're in the city or the suburbs. This is the COUNTRY and dog is a livestock guardian. So when the coyotes, foxes and racoons stop trying to eat our animals in the middle of the night then I'll do something about the dog's barking.

Am I right?
Wow, how rude is that? Like complaining about a crying baby
post #1740 of 1821
you are so right, i mean, that dog's protecting you! he has every right to bark all he wants. i'd get another dog.
anyway, off to bed!
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