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you mean BARBER! dan.


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Tiff I am sorry about the breast problems. I see you have an appointment on Monday. I am sure everything is going to work out great.

Sara, what a nice visit today. I hope they can ease your worries. I am glad you found a replacement for your buffalo burger. I hope you have a great camping trip.

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I bought a vacuum at value village today. sweet deal, $6.99 and it even worked! then when i got home, and started vacuuming the basement?


it caught on fire.
Korin, I am sorry, but the thought of your $6.99 vacuum catching on fire the first time you used it made me laugh. I am sure it was a minor fire that only damaged your vacuum or you would have told us otherwise.

So I got the results of Elizabeth's dyslexia screening today. Basically if a child has 12 to 15 errors they recommend some remediation. Elizabeth had 29 errors.. not counting her self corrections.

Her main weakness, Auditory Discrimination and sort term recall. This screener didn't even think she has ADD.. that the auditory and shot term memory recall is really her problem. So I dropped a copy off at the school and the principal said he was giving it to the teacher in charge of LD testing.

I really wish I could take her to this Park Academy, however $14,000 a year is just not doable and driving to Marylhurst every day isn't really going to work either.

Isn't it nice that you have to be rich to help your children?
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i don't do diagnostic ultrasound... just therapeutic. I could do US to break up milk clots, if thats theprob.
yeah, sorry for being unclear - that's what i meant!
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OH the vacuum fire was wildly hilarious. no one was hurt other than my $6.99 that i should have spent on a fancy coffee since my child won't nap anymore.

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Jeez. I'm getting hit for not making a paper airplane. I don't like it. I'm sending him out to play with the neighborhood hooligans. Bah!

Boo for flaming vacuum cleaners. Boo for no buffalo. I was going to offer some beef, or suggest Trader Joe's, but I see it's been sorted.

I'm going to get up and start to pack. In a minute.
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OH the vacuum fire was wildly hilarious. no one was hurt other than my $6.99 that i should have spent on a fancy coffee since my child won't nap anymore.
I once had a really old hair dryer start to blow smoke because it had too much lint on the lint filter thing. That was pretty funny too.
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I'm so disappointed. I'm going on this camping trip with all the grandparents this weekend for grandparents day (a little post-Nico tradition), and I was going to make buffalo burgers, but of course New Seasons isn't stocking buffalo anymore. I'm totally at a loss now; someone else is making chicken that same day.... I am thinking about maybe turkey burgers, but turkey always turns out so blech. This looks ok, but it's a risk; does anyone have any tried and true turkey burger recipes?
I see it looks like you have a solution, but here are two things to note:
1) Trader Joe's carries buffalo burgers. Already formed into patties and frozen, but it might do in a pinch.
2) Not tried and true, but the other day I made Teriyaki Turkey Burgers. We make turkey burgers all the time and they are never terrible. The trick is to NOT buy the LEAN or Extra-lean ground turkey, because there is practically no fat in it and the burgers come out dry. For the teriyaki, I just minced 5 or 6 chunks of pineapple, dumped in some Tamari sauce and grated a little ginger. Mixed it together and added it to the meat. Sorry I don't have exact measurements for you, but I just put everything a bowl and mix it up. They were delicious!

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I bought a vacuum at value village today. sweet deal, $6.99 and it even worked! then when i got home, and started vacuuming the basement?


it caught on fire.


it's been that kinda day i tell ya.
: Glad it was just the vacuum that burned. Do you need to borrow a vac? We hardly ever use ours. And if you want to buy another, there's a guy near us who has a yard sale every weekend, and he's always got three or four or five vacuums out there

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So I got the results of Elizabeth's dyslexia screening today. Basically if a child has 12 to 15 errors they recommend some remediation. Elizabeth had 29 errors.. not counting her self corrections.

Her main weakness, Auditory Discrimination and sort term recall. This screener didn't even think she has ADD.. that the auditory and shot term memory recall is really her problem. So I dropped a copy off at the school and the principal said he was giving it to the teacher in charge of LD testing.
Glad you finally got a diagnosis. I hope it makes things easier for her at school.

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Those cute, french elephants have obviously pulled the wool over your eyes, Korin.

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I see it looks like you have a solution, but here are two things to note:
1) Trader Joe's carries buffalo burgers. Already formed into patties and frozen, but it might do in a pinch.
2) Not tried and true, but the other day I made Teriyaki Turkey Burgers. We make turkey burgers all the time and they are never terrible. The trick is to NOT buy the LEAN or Extra-lean ground turkey, because there is practically no fat in it and the burgers come out dry. For the teriyaki, I just minced 5 or 6 chunks of pineapple, dumped in some Tamari sauce and grated a little ginger. Mixed it together and added it to the meat. Sorry I don't have exact measurements for you, but I just put everything a bowl and mix it up. They were delicious!



: Glad it was just the vacuum that burned. Do you need to borrow a vac? We hardly ever use ours. And if you want to buy another, there's a guy near us who has a yard sale every weekend, and he's always got three or four or five vacuums out there



Glad you finally got a diagnosis. I hope it makes things easier for her at school.
Thanks for the turkey support!

Is that the guy on Harrison?? WTH is the deal with all those vacuums? I'd assume that he'd bought one, discovered it was crap, bought another one, discovered that it too was crap, and so on, until he could have garage sales filled with nothing but vacuums. Wacky.

Tina - we just have to make the best out of what we have to work with. I wish there were more affordable resources available to you and your daughter. I'm sure this is a great start.

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Gack! My gmail ads are all about vacuums and buffalo meat! Creepy!
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It knows what you are thinking!!
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It knows what you are thinking!!
Does it think I'm thinking about brown menstrual blood? Because I swear to you, I was not. Nor was I thinking about kids' laxatives. I can honestly say that.
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Does it think I'm thinking about brown menstrual blood? Because I swear to you, I was not. Nor was I thinking about kids' laxatives. I can honestly say that.
Maybe you were thinking about that yesterday and it's just trying to catch up.
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Maybe you were thinking about that yesterday and it's just trying to catch up.
Nope...no. Never crossed my mind. Of course, I'm thinking about it now, aren't I?
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Ew. Although... the ads for laxatives are probably my fault.
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The vacuum guy probably takes free broken vacuums and fixes them as a hobby. We sold a vacuum for $35 and I'm sure it was worth more... we just wanted to get rid of it and we didn't pay anything for it originally. Maybe he bought it and marked it up?

We have a rentable filterqueen too!

I made the same meal two nights in a row and my family was thrilled! It's our favorite; I call it greek buffet because I put warm pitas on one plate, an assortment of veggies on another plate, olives, feta, and sliced seasoned lamb patties on another plate. Then everyone assembles their own dinner.

Ho hum... just waiting until my family gets bigger... just a few weeks away!

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I suppose that's better than pasta cupboard. Hell, I want that!

We are having roasted chicken, potatoes with onions, and kale.
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Hedy! You're about to hit 4,444!

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Does it think I'm thinking about brown menstrual blood? Because I swear to you, I was not. Nor was I thinking about kids' laxatives. I can honestly say that.
Sorry. It was reading my mind, there.

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Awww yeah, baby!

I got my pads today! Yay! Thanks Susannah! :
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I'm so disappointed. I'm going on this camping trip with all the grandparents this weekend for grandparents day (a little post-Nico tradition), and I was going to make buffalo burgers, but of course New Seasons isn't stocking buffalo anymore. I'm totally at a loss now; someone else is making chicken that same day.... I am thinking about maybe turkey burgers, but turkey always turns out so blech. This looks ok, but it's a risk; does anyone have any tried and true turkey burger recipes?
I have a GREAT recipe for flaming turkey burgers. So good back when I ate meat. Let me know if you want it!

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I bought a vacuum at value village today. sweet deal, $6.99 and it even worked! then when i got home, and started vacuuming the basement?


it caught on fire.


it's been that kinda day i tell ya.
: Glad nothing else was damaged!

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oh, i made an appt to get u/s on monday. good luck vibes?
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Bah! I knew that clear snot was up to no good. Nico sounds like he spent the week chain-smoking with Barber Dan.
Ugh see if you can get him to drink something with ACV in it? Honey helps.

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I once had a really old hair dryer start to blow smoke because it had too much lint on the lint filter thing. That was pretty funny too.
that happened to me once, too. Old toothbrushes are good for getting the lint off.

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I see it looks like you have a solution, but here are two things to note:
1) Trader Joe's carries buffalo burgers. Already formed into patties and frozen, but it might do in a pinch.
2) Not tried and true, but the other day I made Teriyaki Turkey Burgers. We make turkey burgers all the time and they are never terrible. The trick is to NOT buy the LEAN or Extra-lean ground turkey, because there is practically no fat in it and the burgers come out dry. For the teriyaki, I just minced 5 or 6 chunks of pineapple, dumped in some Tamari sauce and grated a little ginger. Mixed it together and added it to the meat. Sorry I don't have exact measurements for you, but I just put everything a bowl and mix it up. They were delicious!



: Glad it was just the vacuum that burned. Do you need to borrow a vac? We hardly ever use ours. And if you want to buy another, there's a guy near us who has a yard sale every weekend, and he's always got three or four or five vacuums out there


But okay, it makes sense if he is able to repair vacuums. That is a good eco-friendly tip... if you want to get rid of a vacuum that is broken, give it to him rather than putting it in the landfill :

Oh, see my blog today for another : tip

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Is that the guy on Harrison?? WTH is the deal with all those vacuums? I'd assume that he'd bought one, discovered it was crap, bought another one, discovered that it too was crap, and so on, until he could have garage sales filled with nothing but vacuums. Wacky.
laughup funny theory!
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Oh and yes, brown menstrual blood. I know alll about that today.

Carp, that means I'll have my period for a wedding I'm going to this Saturday

At least it is at the beach and it is looking to be this weekend!! Yippee :

I feel like my moon showed up much earlier this time.
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I appreciated that tip, Lee! Will miss the smell of the phone book, but then again, I never open them either.
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yeah, I think I was a day early.
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Awe, thanks. You know I'm smitten by you and Sophia too.

Yeah, the next meeting will be with Nico. We'll all be in her office, which is a small room with her desk, a seating area, and a small kids area. It should be interesting. I might bring some snacks or something. She'll just be watching Nico, Ryan, and me interacting with each other.
man, no one could learn anything from kieran and hubby and me in a doctor's room other than he hates to wait around

zoo was only ok, he was too tired and couldn't figure out where to go. but we saw some monkeys and the farm tractor. then i am too tired and cranky now.

sara, i go on the calendar for today. but i am on the pill, so artificially 28 days which i never would be naturally.
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We're usually home when they deliver phone books... at least we have been the last couple of years. We refuse them. They try and try to deliver them over and over! It's insane! They got us once and we just put it straight into the recycling. I like that sign up idea much better, Lee! Thanks!

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I bought a vacuum at value village today. sweet deal, $6.99 and it even worked! then when i got home, and started vacuuming the basement?


it caught on fire.


it's been that kinda day i tell ya.
im really sorry, but that made me laugh.
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man, no one could learn anything from kieran and hubby and me in a doctor's room other than he hates to wait around

zoo was only ok, he was too tired and couldn't figure out where to go. but we saw some monkeys and the farm tractor. then i am too tired and cranky now.

sara, i go on the calendar for today. but i am on the pill, so artificially 28 days which i never would be naturally.
Yah, I'm a little worried about that. But she said that if he hated it we could go somewhere else. Hope that's not necessary.

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man, no one could learn anything from kieran and hubby and me in a doctor's room other than he hates to wait around

zoo was only ok, he was too tired and couldn't figure out where to go. but we saw some monkeys and the farm tractor. then i am too tired and cranky now.

sara, i go on the calendar for today. but i am on the pill, so artificially 28 days which i never would be naturally.
Is it me, or have they started using air fresheners at the zoo? I noticed it the last time we went there, especially near the Tigers. I was annoyed. Kind of takes away from the experience... also... you can't fart there anymore and blame it on the animals.
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Giving away our stroller.



Hopefully to someone who will love it as much as we do.

That's all. The car's full, so I'm going to get ready for bed. G'night, all.
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Is it me, or have they started using air fresheners at the zoo? I noticed it the last time we went there, especially near the Tigers. I was annoyed. Kind of takes away from the experience... also... you can't fart there anymore and blame it on the animals.
i guess i didn't smell much of anything, but i don't get to the zoo all that much! all the animals were napping anyway. i think i got my fix for a while.

y'all could move up here to the hood, i only get phone books yearly, not monthly like other people tell me they get them. and i usually need a new one by yearly.
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Awe, letting go is hard. As is every bit of moving. 'Night Beth!!

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