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The Stray

Wednesday, February 23, 2011



The other evening, when it was dark, windy and sleeting, there was a plaintive mewing outside our door. A little cat was out there, covered with ice, enough that he crunched when I touched him. Since Luna has had so many health issues since I adopted her in December, I did not want to bring the stray inside, so I found an old cat carrier, put a purr pad inside, covered it with a warm blanket and put it on the sheltered side of our deck. After drying the kitty with a towel and putting food in the makeshift house, the kitty went right in and seemed happy with its new quarters.

This is a tri-colored cat so I was certain it was a female until the morning when I discovered that he was an intact little boy. I was able to get him in to the vet yesterday to be neutered, vaccinated, wormed, and have his eye and ear infections treated. I picked him up from the vet this afternoon and he is happily settled into the bathroom.

As it turns out, my friend whose cat died in December, is now ready to let another cat into her life. So this little love muffin, Joey, will be going to live in his (hopefully) forever home tonight. He is such a sweetheart, I'll really miss the little guy!

How did he get here? Someone dumped him. We live so far out in the country that we really don't have any close neighbors, and any cat wandering from one of the neighboring houses could easily find its way back again. Little Joey was affectionate and obviously acclimated to people, doors, dogs, etc. So - someone just decided to drop him out of a car in a remote area. I cannot tell you how angry this makes me. Most of these animals end up dead.. starvation, exposure, predators, and cars contribute to gruesome deaths of these once pets become strays. If people get pets then end up unable to care for them, why don't they at least find a shelter for them?

Little Joey is one of the lucky ones.

  
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MEOWMAMA3 2/26/2011 2:32PM

    Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.....This makes Meowmama purrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!
Bless your heart! This is exactly how I wound up with every cat I've ever had. Little Joey is one lucky fella!!!!
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JABULONESTAR 2/25/2011 10:30PM

    Thank You for taking care of this little guy :) He is lucky he ended up in your hands. emoticon emoticon

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IDLETYME 2/25/2011 10:07AM

    What a beautiful story! My two daughters and I all have pets who were just left. So sad! Joey is lucky that you were the one who found him.
Bless you for your good heart!




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HANNAHV 2/25/2011 5:56AM

    Sweet stuff! He looks adorable! enjoy

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TYBEWALLACE 2/25/2011 1:31AM

    Awwww he was so lucky to have found you before he froze to death.. we have an alley beside our house and people dump aminals off quite often.. I'd love to be able to catch them...

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DELAPIS 2/25/2011 12:11AM

    Bravo to you! I agree with you 100%, and am so glad this little darling was rescued by you. I know your friend will just love him!

There's an alley behind my house, and a few years ago a cute black kitten was dropped off behind my house. I did the same thing as you, and gave him to a neighbor who loved cats. I knew he would have a good home with her, and also knew that I couldn't keep him because of Strudel.

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MARY1313 2/24/2011 11:26PM

    Awwww you were an angel to this little boy, although right now he is probably a little bit peeved at the realization of his missing dangly parts! You for sure saved his little life.

Glad that you have a friend that needs a friend!

Mary

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0309COOKIE 2/24/2011 9:55PM

    That picture is priceless! It's like he is saying thank you.

That was such a wonderful thing you did for that poor baby. How cruel of someone to dump him off in the freezing weather. I'm so glad your friend can take him in. What a wonderful story. Made my day!

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PUDLECRAZY 2/24/2011 6:35PM

    I don't think I have wings or halos or anything like that. I just can't let an animal suffer unnecessarily, and Mike, although he professes not to like cats, can't either. I have to say, I am very happy a friend could take Joey, so I can see him on a regular basis. He is a sweet heart! Whatever the cause of he previous people dumping him, he certainly didn't deserve it.

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KJE_3001 2/24/2011 5:25PM

    Oh, what a love! Despite the cruelty of whoever dumped that precious cat, he is lucky to have been dumped so close to you and find his way into a loving forever home. Sometimes a seemingly terrible situation really works out for the best!

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BADASSBLONDIE 2/24/2011 5:21PM

    I'm glad you found him and will be able to visit him at your friend's house. :D What a cutie!!!!!

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DASARMEHASEN 2/24/2011 5:08PM

    that's so sad. i'm struggling not to cry too. how could someone do that in this cold? i bet he's incredibly grateful. you did a great thing chris! joey sounds like a sweetheart and i hope he settles in quickly with his new owners.

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KRITTERKEEPERS 2/24/2011 2:29PM

    Your story brought tears to my eyes. Joey is such a precious looking kitty, I can't imagine how anyone could be so cruel. Yet, I used to live outside city limits and I have seen dumped animals too many times. One little dog I rescued had burns on the pads of her feet from being dumped on hot pavement in the heat of summer. I am so glad you came to Joey's rescue and have found him a forever home. One of my pet peeves is people who do not spay or neuter their pets and lead to overcrowded shelters and abandoned animals. Thank you for caring for God's creatures!
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NANHBH 2/24/2011 10:34AM

    I think you must have angel wings! How awesome of you to save Joey's life.

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IUHRYTR 2/24/2011 12:30AM

    You saved this handsome boy's life and we pet owners appreciate that you did. He is such a good looking kitty and looks as if he truly enjoys being scratched behind his ears. Thank you for having such a loving, caring heart. emoticon -- Lou

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VALERIEMAHA 2/23/2011 10:34PM

    You.Are.Truly.Amazing. my friend.
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OLDERDANDRT 2/23/2011 8:51PM

    God bless you saving the sweet little guy! I do hope he now has a happy forever home with your friend. It'll be great for them both!

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WATERMELLEN 2/23/2011 8:51PM

    You are truly an amazing and caring peson person: you went to so much expense and trouble for the little stray (who is adorable . . . ) and then found him a home.

And completely understandable you had to protect Luna first: yes you did -- so glad that Joey tested negative.

This story brought a huge smile to my face. Joey has his eyes closed in bliss and trust: what a picture.

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MCGS62 2/23/2011 8:20PM

    That is not very nice of them to drop him off like that but it is better than dropping him off behind the chinese restaurant!
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EMRANA 2/23/2011 8:18PM

  OH YAY! A happy ending for Joey!

My husband and I rescued a stray like that. Someone dumped our little guy when he was still young. We rescued him from a no-kill rescue group when he was seven months old. He is still terrified of the dark after being out alone as a kitten. He has to sleep in the bathroom where we leave the light on for him.

Bless you for helping sweet Joey, from a complete animal lover!

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DOR2BFIT 2/23/2011 7:09PM

    Awww. He was so lucky to have mewed at YOUR door! emoticon

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JENN03275 2/23/2011 6:58PM

    He was meant to find you and knew that you would be able to find him a safe forever home. I will never understand how people can be so cruel to animals. You are a truly special person!!

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PUDLECRAZY 2/23/2011 6:21PM

    Thanks, but I didn't feel so wonderful leaving him outside the first night. I didn't feel comfortable bringing him in until after he was tested for feline leukemia. Fortunately, he tested negative.


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CUPCAKE2CARROTS 2/23/2011 6:19PM

    Thank you for your kindness. You are truly a wonderful person..

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Worked Hard/Had Fun

Sunday, February 20, 2011



We had a great time hosting our almost-annual lunar new year party. I say almost-annual because last year we had to cancel because our driveway was literally a mountain of snow, and there would have been no place for anyone to park. This year, we set the date for our Year of the Rabbit party for the culmination of the celebrations - the lantern festival - so we hopefully wouldn't run into weather related problems. We lucked out completely! The ice that was a glacier on our driveway had melted last week, and it turned cold enough that the ground was hard instead of muddy.

It was a fun party.. 35 people, and pleasantly international including friends from Japan, Vietnam, England, and Mexico. Everyone brought delicious, yet healthy, food. It was a much needed antidote for the cabin fever everyone had developed after being iced in for over a week.

Yesterday in preparation for our party, I logged up 3 hours of heavy house cleaning. The house looks great - I hope it can stay this way for a while. Today I need a little rest though. All of that cleaning triggered an arthritis event in my hand and some back pain. I try not to aggravate my back, but I get caught up in what I am doing and twist the wrong way or forget and lift something.

Today I am working on building the skinny-stick floor to the dollhouse/fairy house I am building. I have been trying out ideas and making samples before each step, then running them past my fairy expert, my 10 year old niece. My expert liked the lavender paint on the wood floor sample, so once I make the floor for the loft, I will paint it lavender. It feels good to get back to this project as I really didn't have time for it last week.

So today, I have planned a bit of a day of rest. My goals for the day: work on the fairy floor, read my book, and play some music.

Have a lovely Sunday!

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DASARMEHASEN 2/21/2011 11:40AM

    sounds like a lovely plan. and a fun party! rest up well, back pain is horrible.

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MARY1313 2/20/2011 9:07PM

    Sounds like a fun time! I would have opted for the lavender too!!!! Have a good week Teacher Lady!

Mary & April

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IUHRYTR 2/20/2011 7:53PM

    Hope you got the rest you need. Have a terrific week. -- Lou

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VALERIEMAHA 2/20/2011 7:39PM

    Awwwwwwwww...wish I coulda' been there! Sounds like great fun!!! Any photos???

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P.S. Has Rachel gotten the Rumi and world music DVDs? Or have you talked about watching them together or anything?

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MEOWMAMA3 2/20/2011 6:27PM

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CLEVAGAL 2/20/2011 6:22PM

    its great having people around who are from other parts of the world. I love learning their history and customs. As you know, we have Alex from France here at the moment and its wonderful!!!! Although he refuses to make french toast for us as we "simply do not have the right bread"...

Cleva xxx

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VEUVEGIRL 2/20/2011 12:29PM

    Sounds like an excellent party!

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Follow-Up

Thursday, February 17, 2011

I do love cooling off and giving myself time for creative solutions...one of the great things about being older; I'm a lot less knee jerk. Yes, I am speaking of the Valentine's Day icky-letter debacle.

I have taken time with the whole class explaining the very democratic process that goes into our plays and the casting of them. The children, after all, select the plays and vote on them, and the children also get to decide which parts they would like. Since it is a three year mixed grade class, the oldest get first choice so they get a chance to shine on stage as 6th graders... kind of their senior project. Then the rest of the class gets to decide. Other things that were 'unfair', I mapped out for them so they could see how things work with some diagrams to help them understand the democratic process that makes up the backbone of our school and my class. It is a rare school where children get so much choice, but since this is the only school they have ever attended, they take for granted how much they get to participate in the curriculum choices.

And what are mess-ups if they aren't learning opportunities. That is part of what life is about. We make mistakes, we use bad judgement, we trip up. I met with the children involved with the litany of what is wrong with me and how unfair I am that was my Valentine's letter. I told them that I thought they meant it as a form of communication, but ineffective in problem solving. A letter with concerns should be respectful, state the problem(s) clearly, and propose a solution that both parties could reasonably achieve. I modeled one for them and asked them to select one of the issues they had with me and rewrite the letter in a more respectful and effective format.

Suddenly, they had no problems to solve. emoticon Rewriting would actually be work and it would be much easier not to have a problem. However, I required them to make up a problem and write a letter respectfully proposing a positive solution so they got practice with using a more positve format.

Everyone is in a much better mood after dispelling that negative energy, and it's on with the play, all cast members happily working on their lines and songs. There is balance in the Force.

On the home front, Luna has responded very well to her regime of antibiotics and L-lysine. The vet was very pleased with her progress and has said she can now be off the antibiotics.

We almost had a calamitous event with the chicken girls two nights ago.



I had been out walking the day before and found these darling raccoon prints. I love their little fingers and toes and noted that they were now out and about, enjoying the beginnings of the thaw. However...

The evening of Valentine's Day when I was tired and frustrated from drama at work, I forgot to close the bottom door of the chicken coop. Thank Heavens for Stella, who woke me up barking her head off. One of those raccoons had gotten into the chicken coop. Raccoons can kill chickens in an instant. Mike and I were probably pretty comical running out to the coop in our jammies - Mike with a broom and me clanging pots.

The chicken's were a bit frazzled, but unharmed and the raccoon loped off unfed. I really need to be more attentive to my evening chore of making certain the chicken girls are tucked in.

And.... this has been a happy sight:



What's this green stuff? Oh...GRASS! I forgot what it looked like. Maybe we really will have spring! emoticon

  
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PENNYAN45 2/23/2011 8:13PM

    Chris,

You handled the complaint letter very well!

As the great teacher that you are, you turned the whole event into a learning experience for the students. Nothing could be better!!

Thanks for telling us about it. I will remember your technique - and use it myself when the opportunity presents itself.

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KJE_3001 2/22/2011 8:01PM

    Very impressive way of handling the situation. It takes a calm and collected person to take the deal with an emotional situation as a true learning experience. Congrats!

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PONYFARMER 2/18/2011 10:28PM

    What a great way to make the problem situtation and learning experience and that is what they need. Practical education and a change in mood. WooHoo!

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IUHRYTR 2/18/2011 10:04PM

    Such a wise and mature approach to solving what could have easily turned into a disruptive situation. emoticon -- Lou

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MARY1313 2/18/2011 1:49PM

    ahhhh the solution of reason. I love it! this is my saying for the day and I had already posted it on my facebook page before I read your blog:

The only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing.

John Powell


Glad the hen house is safe.

GRASS!!!! yes it's on the way. 72 degrees this weekend and I will be out cleaning out pots and readying my stuff to put some wonderful beautiful annuals in them. April loves to lay in the yard and watch me work on my pots. So she will have a good weekend too!

Hug the menagerie for me!

Mary

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OVERWORKEDJANET 2/18/2011 5:06AM

    I love your solution to the kids "rants". It's great how no matter what age, personally facing your concerns suddenly deflates the problems!
Great catch on the racoons. Wish I had a camera.

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KRITTERKEEPERS 2/17/2011 11:37PM

    I have had a bobcat in my yard on several occasions and have invested in devices to deter night predators from coming on my property again. Check out the website at
http://www.niteguard.com/ for more information. I'm glad you were able to scare the raccoon off and none of your chickens were harmed.
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HIKETOHEIGHTS 2/17/2011 10:19PM

    Your gifted teaching talents surfaced for you when you needed them! We are lucky to have patient talented teachers like you influencing our youth, THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO FOR OUR KIDS!

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DOR2BFIT 2/17/2011 10:15PM

    Amazing display of self control and creativity- just a little bit of consequence for their thoughtless actions. I'd personally like to hear an apology, but maybe that's asking too much. Glad your chickens were saved.

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NANHBH 2/17/2011 9:55PM

    Chris,

What a teaching moment you made out of that icky situation! What a great way to teach constructive criticism. Those girls will be forever changed for the experience. Cudos to you!
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MCGS62 2/17/2011 9:37PM

    Racoon's severely injured one of our cats . They can severely injure people when cornered too. I think they are only cute in photographs in life they are like little bears.
Great job on turning recognising the source of negativity was lack of comparative knowledge and turning it in to a teaching tool.
Though they may not enjoy school or homework from now on I'm sure they will know you as the best teacher they ever had.

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JABULONESTAR 2/17/2011 7:51PM

    emoticon emoticon I hope you are proud of how you handled the situation ! Good for you. Absolutely Perfect emoticon

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CLEVAGAL 2/17/2011 7:23PM

    What a fantastic resolution. Thats what makes you such a good teacher Chris! xxxx

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VALERIEMAHA 2/17/2011 7:00PM

    Brilliant, Chris! Simply brilliant! Make the negativity into a learning opportunity. YES! You.Are.Amazing!!!

And I'm SO glad Stella was doin' her job!
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What is Love?

Monday, February 14, 2011



The success of love is in the loving 
- it is not in the result of loving. 

~Mother Theresa



Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanity cannot survive.
~Dalai Lama



We really have to understand the person we want to love. If our love is only a will to possess, it is not love. If we only think of ourselves, if we know only our own needs and ignore the needs of the other person, we cannot love
~Thich Nhat Hanh



Love is the strongest force the world possesses, and yet it is the humblest imaginable.
~Mahatma Gandhi



May you be enveloped in the the warmth of sincere love, honest and pure, and may you let that same love envelop others.

Happy Valentine's Day!

  
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MEOWMAMA3 2/20/2011 6:34PM

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We had a great time at school with an old-fashioned homemade Valentine workshop, popcorn and a showing of The Aristocats in my classroom after lunch. Even my boys got into it! The principal must have been struck by the love bug, she declared it "Fun Monday" and told us to treat the kids to some kind of fun afternoon.
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MCGS62 2/14/2011 11:36PM

    Holy Cow ! all this time I thought love was
pizza!
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VALERIEMAHA 2/14/2011 12:01PM

    Beautiful images, inspiring words..."the warmth of sincere love," for all I bow in gratitude to you, my friend!
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KRITTERKEEPERS 2/14/2011 11:10AM

    Beautiful photography! Happy Valentines Day to you!
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NANHBH 2/14/2011 10:07AM

    Such beautiful photos, such a lovely sentiment! Wishing you a blessed Valentine's Day!
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WATERMELLEN 2/14/2011 8:23AM

    Love this!! Thank you!!

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HANNAHV 2/14/2011 4:16AM

    emoticonBeautiful! emoticon Happy V day to you too!

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Thank You, Bill!

Sunday, February 13, 2011

My sweet Spark friend, Bill, posted that he wanted his butt kicked into gear, Reading his post, I realized I was very much in the same place... way off of my exercise routine with a million reasons why. I know I have been affected by both the ice, and the overwhelmingly relentless gray skies... but enough with the excuses!

Today, inspired by Bill's blog and the idea of Valentine's Day resolutions, not to mention heartened by the blue skies and melting snows, I launched into a return to a routine.

My accomplishments today include:

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60 minutes steel string guitar practice emoticon

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120 minutes of laundry, ironing (yes, I still iron emoticon), and house cleaning

30 minute walk with Stella in the yet crunchy snow emoticon

Now, hopefully, I'll have a little time to sand the flooring for the Fairy House in preparation for laying the floor. emoticon

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I might have clomped crunch, crunch, crunch through the ice covered snow, but Stella levitated. More often than not, not a paw was on the ground. She was one happy poodle today!

And as for me, I am thankful to Bill for mentioning that there are just so many excuses.
It was time to get moving again, and oh boy, did that feel great!



  
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LUNADRAGON 2/19/2011 7:50AM

    This sounds wonderful! All the beautiful music!!!

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DASARMEHASEN 2/17/2011 2:05PM

    that's a FANTASTIC photo. thanks for cheering me up! i've been sleeping too much this week, but it does help with the cold. good for you getting back in the groove. ^_^

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BADASSBLONDIE 2/16/2011 5:14PM

    Woo hoo!!!! Congrats!!!!

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KRITTERKEEPERS 2/14/2011 11:12AM

    Stella is so cute! emoticon

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CLEVAGAL 2/14/2011 12:47AM

    Im glad you had Bill to inspire you, you in turn inspire me every time I read a blog! xxx

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NANHBH 2/14/2011 12:40AM

    Love that photo of Stella! She is one happy doggie!

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JABULONESTAR 2/13/2011 10:58PM

    emoticon I love the picture! Glad you are back on track with your resolutions and not letting the cold get to you :) I think Stella likes the idea too!

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KJE_3001 2/13/2011 10:58PM

    Love the picture of Stella! Thanks for the reminder that excuses are just that - excuses! For every bad excuse there are dozens of good reasons to do the right thing.

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BILLTMAN 2/13/2011 8:41PM

    Well, here's the report: I did not start my regular cardio and exercise routine today. I have resolved to start that tomorrow. However, I did get some heavy yard and house work done. (I live in central Florida - no snow - spring like weather today)

1. Put out 25 bags of mulch.
2. Power raked the back yard
3. Over seeded the back yard
4. Planted some daisies
5. Removed a large shrub killed by frost
6. Shampooed the carpets
7. Took a hot bath in the garden tub with my best friend and lover - Becky (a nice way to end the day)

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0309COOKIE 2/13/2011 8:21PM

    That is such a cool picture of Stella! She is so beautiful!

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MCGS62 2/13/2011 8:15PM

    Wow !! Stella has some springy feet !!
OOPS reading Bills blog I was happy with my exercise routine but reading yours has reminded me my music has slipped into oblivion . Thanks for kicking my butt!
Where do you find that much time?

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DOR2BFIT 2/13/2011 8:04PM

    Fabulous photo of Super Stella! I finally got out today- walked to the beach- mostly on the road because of treacherous sidewalks. The beach kind of looks like the Arctic! Our town is piling up the excess snow there. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MARY1313 2/13/2011 7:51PM

    that is great! I had a good walk with April today and have been deep cleaning all day! glad you got into the swing of things!

I still iron too!

Mary

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WATERMELLEN 2/13/2011 6:55PM

    You clearly made yourself AND Stella very happy! Thank you for the sweet message with the goodie!!

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