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#61 marciem

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Posted 13 December 2017 - 04:22 PM



Wife wants Christmas lights, me don't want to climb that high on ladder with a cast ... me no want to climb on ladder ever again. She is not very happy since all the decorations are up on the garage attic and I ain't climbing up to get them.  Thinking about calling my nephew to bring them down.  :?:

 

My usually daredevil but wary-of-rooftops son with the two story house hired someone to put up and take down, $200. per season.  Not bad considering.  They (the light putter-uppers) own the ladders big enough, I think they had two or three guys doing it, it was quick and painless (for son). (this is their first Xmas in new home)

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L4L, as you can see, they are non-discriminatory as to placement of the bows/decorations on their wreaths, since one has it on top, and the other off-set on the bottom :) :)  .  


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Posted 14 December 2017 - 08:18 PM

Here is my cat proof Christmas tree.....

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And a pic from the front of the house....the large wreath is lit at night.

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Posted 14 December 2017 - 08:23 PM

Here is my cat proof Christmas tree.....

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I need a tree like that Missy, my kitty won't let me have a tree either lol. Unless of course I want to scream at her for the next two plus weeks lol


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Posted 15 December 2017 - 04:11 PM

Here is my cat proof Christmas tree.....

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And a pic from the front of the house....the large wreath is lit at night.

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My cat loves our tree.  Well, not MY cat, the neighbor's cat who lives here, but I digress...

 

He likes to sit under the tree watching me when I'm watching TV.  Then he makes sure to drag as much tinsel with him as he can, when he leaves to do his kitty-bizness.  


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Posted 16 December 2017 - 02:54 AM

My cat loves our tree.  Well, not MY cat, the neighbor's cat who lives here, but I digress...
 
He likes to sit under the tree watching me when I'm watching TV.  Then he makes sure to drag as much tinsel with him as he can, when he leaves to do his kitty-bizness.


Marcie, I have a really bad cat. He eats everything in site. He is lucky he is loveable....
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Posted 16 December 2017 - 07:47 AM

Marcie, I have a really bad cat. He eats everything in site. He is lucky he is loveable....


I do too Missy, my Tiki has eaten all our phone cords, modem cords, mouse and keyboard cords, cell phone charger cords, speaker wires, etc. But she's so dang lovable! :doh:
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Posted 16 December 2017 - 12:24 PM

I do too Missy, my Tiki has eaten all our phone cords, modem cords, mouse and keyboard cords, cell phone charger cords, speaker wires, etc. But she's so dang lovable! :doh:


OMG! Same here.....they must be related.
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Posted 23 December 2017 - 06:15 PM

Tex hanging out by the tree. :)

 

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And Bubba Buoy derping it up as usual

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Posted 23 December 2017 - 07:17 PM

Tex hanging out by the tree. :)

 

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And Bubba Buoy derping it up as usual

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Love, love, love!!!!


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Posted 24 December 2017 - 07:36 PM

All I can do is hope and pray you remember that I have fibro so don't do housework....   and dog eats anything and everything which is why you can see her cage as she has to go in this at night when I go to bed...   My very messy lounge with me trying to throw pressies into the two sacks to the left for my daughters, and my little Kizzy taking them back out and bringing them back.....   didn't even tell her to fetch!

 

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Not sure if it will work, as had to upload to photobucket first and then add URL here

 

And yes... clicking on the picture will then take you to someone else's photobucket account....   Sincerely hope I blocked all tags on where photo's were taken now!!


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Posted 24 December 2017 - 07:37 PM

Yep....  photobucket still works if you have a free account, but its painfully slow!

 

And you have to use click on copy and paste and not keyboard controls and use the my media button not the insert picture/image box.

 

Think I'm gonna migrate all my stuff to Ingur.

 

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Bloody photobucket is crap!!!!    Ok.... gonna go and RANT for a while...  xx


 Older than dust.......    :P 

Stopped smoking for 2nd time 20th Dec 2017 @ 17:45pm after putting out my last fag!   Was  9mths, 2wks, 5days, 1hr and 31 minutes previously, and had saved £3,085 approximately....   Crikey... what did I do with all that money....   All I know is that I spent it!!

 

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Cigarettes were never the anchors in our lives that hold us steady....  they were the ropes that kept us tied to the dock while life sailed by! - jwg

It is not because you quit...it is because you smoked.  It will pass! -  Nancy


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Posted 26 December 2017 - 04:05 AM

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