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(Catster)   Mercury, a kitten who lost his front paws in an accident when he was only 4 days old, has absolutely no idea that he is supposed to be disabled. In fact, he does the best T. Rex impression you will ever see on Caturday   (catster.com) divider line 972
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2014-02-22 11:48:28 PM
Busy day!
Took a bunch of stuff to a thrift store, put up the new bedframe and puttered around the house like I almost knew what I was doing. Scary, huh?

I still have another load to take. How did I get so much stuff in my house?
Tomorrow I need to take an old mattress and a broken bedframe (that's what happens when your arse gets too big) to the dump. Those are in no shape to be salvaged, so to the dump they go.

Need to learn how to fix dresser drawers. They broke. Why? Because they were built for looks. Am I a little upset about it? Well, if I could take them outside by myself (two person job), I'd set the fecker on fire and roast marshmallows over the flames. So, yes, a little bit.


"Chill out, Mom. You're freaking out. Just lay your clothes all over the floor so I can roll on them. I think we both win."
 
2014-02-22 11:50:04 PM
Well, then! No photo? I'll fix that!
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2014-02-22 11:51:11 PM

predle: Winston, the Cocker and Clementine, my first kitty. Actually Lucy is only my second kitty.
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Clementine
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Sara - the smartest and sweetest dog ever. She had a permanent crooked smile that made her look like she was snarling, but there wasn't a mean bone in her body.
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love the cockers, xMIL had a sweetie, I had a brittany, she was awesome, Regina, Queen of All, pure breed from an un-approved litter even tattoo'd on her ear like a legit pure breed.... Other that she was already fixed at six weeks.
 
2014-02-22 11:53:44 PM

quantum_jellyroll: Mrs CDK:
How this for a hint...:

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Cool...my boobs won an award!!

/Yay, they clap for meee!
 
2014-02-22 11:58:21 PM
As requested

Spot, with a ribbon.

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IMG_2062 by peteatstanford, on Flickr

Tuesday, kind of ignoring the ribbon.

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Lucy. I'll let you guess where the heating pad is on our bed.

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DSCN0022 by peteatstanford, on Flickr
 
2014-02-22 11:58:33 PM

OlderGuy: tigerose: sherpa18! So good to see you. I had a worry. It haz been nuts in casa tigerose...son spilled water on teh laptop keyboard. It is munged. Computer is ok, but the top row of keys are non functional. Aaaaarg!



Next time, buy a business class Lenovo, which has much better features than the stuff you get at a box store... one of which is a keyboard that has channels to let spilled liquid to drain through the laptop.
 
2014-02-23 12:01:21 AM

quantum_jellyroll: Mrs CDK:
How this for a hint...:

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yum
 
2014-02-23 12:02:14 AM
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2014-02-23 12:05:39 AM
Lets not forget the fish.

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IMG_1625 by peteatstanford, on Flickr

And a group photo. That redwood tree right outside our condo is popular with the squirrels and mourning doves, which means the cats spend much time sitting in the kitchen window, watching and plotting.

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100_1609 by peteatstanford, on Flickr
 
2014-02-23 12:26:50 AM
Here are my kitties, in no particular order:

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My Bonnie, who crossed the Bridge last June to the Summerlands. She was a rescued "feral" (tossed out by a heartless hooman) born approximately May of 1998. When she purred, we said she was "popping popcorn", it was that loud.
 
2014-02-23 12:33:52 AM
Here is my Dinah, who crossed the Bridge last April at the age of 18. She was my companion for most of those years, having been rescued at 6 months, part of a feral colony living behind my then place of work. I do miss her, a lot. Rest peacefully, my girl.

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2014-02-23 12:37:34 AM
Here is Sadie, our current senior cat at 10.5 years old. She came to live with me almost 9 years ago, about to be taken to a shelter. Long story, but she's a bit neurotic and has litter box issues, being held issues, and issues with the other cats. But she can be very sweet & cuddly, on her terms, and is as soft as a bunny.

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///someone else captioned her for me, a Caturday regular. Does anyone own up to this?
 
2014-02-23 12:42:41 AM
Here's a cute one of Buddy (b&w), and Eboni (black w/white spot on chest) when they were just kittens. I rescued them, their mom Alice, and other siblings from the woods near my work in Aug. 2008.

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Here's a grown-up Eboni. She is in love with my 83 year old dad, who is NOT a cat person. Except that he spoils her rotten, LOL!
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And a grown up Buddy. He loves his mama, and by mama, I mean me!

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2014-02-23 12:46:15 AM
The elusive Alice, around 7 or 8, keeping watch under the Yule tree a few years ago. She comes to me when she wants scritchies, but strictly on her terms.

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2014-02-23 12:47:41 AM
Mrs CDK:
quantum_jellyroll: Mrs CDK:
How this for a hint...:

[reneau.smugmug.com image 428x600]


Cool...my boobs won an award!!

/Yay, they clap for meee!


Buddy isn't your average Amazing Wonder Dog™
But He is a He!
reneau.smugmug.com
 
2014-02-23 12:53:23 AM
Will sit down and read all 550+ comments later, just dropping in before the thread gets TOO long. :P

First, in case anyone knows what it means, I finally got my CCNA certification on Monday. It wasn't as hard as I had expected it would be, but three solid days of studying helped a bit. It feels good that an entire year of classwork (and three days of pre-exam studying) paid off. And now to be properly employed! :)

Second, hey, Real Women Drink Akvavit, you're the local nail polish guru. How do you get it do dry faster? I love doing my nails, but I use my hands a lot, so sitting on my ass waiting for hours for it to dry (including base and top coats) takes too damn long, and I end up chipping it a few hours later anyway. Any suggestions? :(

Thirdly, the boys are still cuddly and a pain in my ass. Have a pic of them being adorable:
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Back finishing LAST week's thread before I can start on this one. And my nails, I wanna do a fun color since spring is here.
 
2014-02-23 12:54:07 AM
And another kitty from the past, my handsome Harley. He got out one night, and didn't come home. I got a call 6 weeks later in response to one of my posters, but he had been found dead. At least, the caller said the cat looked like him. He was a sweetie, but did not adjust well to the move from MD to FL. :(

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2014-02-23 01:00:23 AM
A cute one of Bonnie.

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And another shot of Harley, 1997-2004.

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2014-02-23 01:03:42 AM
Back when she was still Pu Pu Pasta.
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And now, with Clint backing her up, she's a load of crazy wrapped in bundle of insanity.
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Adama though is just waiting for the return of those frackin' Cylons.
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Do miss my quiet, mewling kittehs though.  Not what one of them has become now, but miss when they were all like this.
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2014-02-23 01:08:51 AM
And last, but not least, my most recent rescue from last summer, Fluffy Cat. I used to call her Scruffy Cat, because she WAS pretty scruffy when I trapped her, but she'd been living la vida feral for at least 7 or 8 years, near my work. Now that all of the faded brown fur has been shed, she's actually a very pretty black and white, long haired kitty. She's getting more friendly all the time; loves me to pet her, but she still hardly leaves my bedroom/bathroom area. Unless she's exploring the house when nobody is home.

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2014-02-23 02:01:54 AM

L33t Squirrel: Will sit down and read all 550+ comments later, just dropping in before the thread gets TOO long. :P

First, in case anyone knows what it means, I finally got my CCNA certification on Monday. It wasn't as hard as I had expected it would be, but three solid days of studying helped a bit. It feels good that an entire year of classwork (and three days of pre-exam studying) paid off. And now to be properly employed! :)



Hey, from one Cisco person to another, congrats!  I remember taking the CCNA years ago, and don't think I could pass it now, what with my bad network habits and all.  Best of luck on the job hunt!

/Now I'm reminded to get back to studying for my re-certification
//and my JNCIA
///and my ALCNF
 
2014-02-23 02:35:43 AM

Deathbymeteor: Hey, from one Cisco person to another, congrats!  I remember taking the CCNA years ago, and don't think I could pass it now, what with my bad network habits and all.  Best of luck on the job hunt!

/Now I'm reminded to get back to studying for my re-certification
//and my JNCIA
///and my ALCNF


Thanks, and yeah, you'll wanna devote a few days of study for this test. It's based on the new curriculum, which Cisco started this last fall, and covers several things that aren't taught in the old curriculum (back in 2008). My books basically covered IPv6 as "hahaha, good luck with that," and I only have passing familiarity with EtherChannel. There were a couple of other things that I had to crash-study once I found out what they were, but fortunately, I'm taking the Security course at school, which is hitting a few of those previously-uncovered areas, so that's less time out of my own schedule. Good luck with the other two you're re-certing on, I've not heard of those before, hopefully THEY didn't change too much. :D
 
2014-02-23 02:50:07 AM

L33t Squirrel: Deathbymeteor: Hey, from one Cisco person to another, congrats!  I remember taking the CCNA years ago, and don't think I could pass it now, what with my bad network habits and all.  Best of luck on the job hunt!

/Now I'm reminded to get back to studying for my re-certification
//and my JNCIA
///and my ALCNF

Thanks, and yeah, you'll wanna devote a few days of study for this test. It's based on the new curriculum, which Cisco started this last fall, and covers several things that aren't taught in the old curriculum (back in 2008). My books basically covered IPv6 as "hahaha, good luck with that," and I only have passing familiarity with EtherChannel. There were a couple of other things that I had to crash-study once I found out what they were, but fortunately, I'm taking the Security course at school, which is hitting a few of those previously-uncovered areas, so that's less time out of my own schedule. Good luck with the other two you're re-certing on, I've not heard of those before, hopefully THEY didn't change too much. :D


I wish the other 2 were recerts, but they are the Juniper CCNA equivalent and the Alcatel-Lucent optical CCNA equivalent, which I've not started.  Also, Security is a good course; I was going to take it, but I just can't do classroom learning anymore, and I don't have the tools to study that on my own. So I moved to wireless and service operations tracks (since I work for an ISP's NOC), it made sense to me.  Most everyone, in my experience,  has IPv6 as "yeah, here's how you convert it, and good luck with it".  You security folks will be the important ones, since all the IDS/IPS gear and firewalls will all need to be reconfigured to use IPv6.

/7 more hours until freedom
 
2014-02-23 04:32:51 AM
Thank you, Timid Goddess, akimbotoo, and Hiro-ACID, for the replies and suggestions. There doesn't really seem to be a pattern, as some days he seems able to eat lots of things and other times he doesn't. I don't think it's an additive in the treats, as he'll also throw up sometimes if we give him cooked chicken or other scraps from our plate. Sometimes there are hairballs, which I don't worry about as much, but often it's just yellowy-clear with whatever bits of undigested food. If we're not fast enough in cleaning it up, the other cat will come and eat the food.
Otherwise, he's a healthy and happy guy. He has to take daily thyroid meds, but the puking issues predate the meds.
 
2014-02-23 06:23:08 AM

Deathbymeteor: I wish the other 2 were recerts, but they are the Juniper CCNA equivalent and the Alcatel-Lucent optical CCNA equivalent, which I've not started.  Also, Security is a good course; I was going to take it, but I just can't do classroom learning anymore, and I don't have the tools to study that on my own. So I moved to wireless and service operations tracks (since I work for an ISP's NOC), it made sense to me.  Most everyone, in my experience,  has IPv6 as "yeah, here's how you convert it, and good luck with it".  You security folks will be the important ones, since all the IDS/IPS gear and firewalls will all need to be reconfigured to use IPv6.


Hunh, cool, will make a mental note of that for my future "toolbox." And yeah, IPv6 is gonna be really useful, streamlined, and all of that stuff once it's implemented, but that is the sticky wicket. I really do not look forward to getting legacy systems to handle it, though it's great to see that more and more devices (even smartphones!) are IPv6-capable right out of the box. (Apologies to the non-technical Caturday denizens for the technical babble, but the internet is all about cats and this certification is all about the internet, so technically it's not a threadjack. Nyah. :P)


Frozboz: The doctors all respond with "watch the cats around him".

My question is, how concerned should we be?  Any tips on how to introduce/integrate the new family member, so that everyone gets along?


My friend recalled that, when she was born, her parents' two cats basically said "eff this" and left for about a week. Then they realized that the small, noisy human wasn't going away so they came back and actually liked her. I guess it all depends on the personality of the cat in question. :)


Manic Depressive Mouse: I have a question about pukey kitties. Mine has a tendency to throw up if he eats things too quickly, though he's usually ok with his standard kibble. Sometimes, it seems he can handle other foods, sometimes he can't. Any ideas on how I can still give him treats and the occasional scrap without having to wash the floors after him? It's often a very small amount that he can handle - for example 2 cat treats are ok, but if he has 3, then he's sick. Also, he often throws up several times and in different places. Do other cats do that? Why?!?!
Thanks!


It's a silly suggestion, but check his teeth. Our Sonny kitty had a habit of randomly horking up partially-chewed kibble. He's always been skinny so I just joked that he was bulimic, but I figured that he simply ate too fast and made himself sick. Turns out that he has dental issues that caused inflammation of the gums (autoimmune disorder, not a "bad cat parent" problem) and his teeth were bothering him, so he would swallow kibble whole instead of chewing, and sometimes it'd make him barfy. He's doing SO much better now, but he's still too skinny for my liking, even though he and his brother are on a gooshy-only diet.

I should really get to bed, but I still have a third of the thread to read...

*Goes back to reading.*
 
2014-02-23 07:54:57 AM

sno man: John Buck 41: As requested by lilyspad
Jasper
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Mickey
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Jazzy
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Ripley
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I'm kinda fond of this pic of your doggies...
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Ah, yes. That was your photoshop, wasn't it?
 
2014-02-23 08:04:34 AM
And just to keep us perfectly off the technical aspect:

http://i.imgur.com/Sta4abX.gif ultimate synchronization
and
http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/19fz6663cgk3dgif/ku-xlarge.gif best superhero ever, Wolverkitty!
 
2014-02-23 08:17:32 AM

John Buck 41: sno man: John Buck 41: As requested by lilyspad
Jasper
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Mickey
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Jazzy
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Ripley
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I'm kinda fond of this pic of your doggies...
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Ah, yes. That was your photoshop, wasn't it?


guilty.
 
2014-02-23 08:54:09 AM

Deathbymeteor: L33t Squirrel: Will sit down and read all 550+ comments later, just dropping in before the thread gets TOO long. :P

First, in case anyone knows what it means, I finally got my CCNA certification on Monday. It wasn't as hard as I had expected it would be, but three solid days of studying helped a bit. It feels good that an entire year of classwork (and three days of pre-exam studying) paid off. And now to be properly employed! :)


Hey, from one Cisco person to another, congrats!  I remember taking the CCNA years ago, and don't think I could pass it now, what with my bad network habits and all.  Best of luck on the job hunt!

/Now I'm reminded to get back to studying for my re-certification
//and my JNCIA
///and my ALCNF


grats. i got my CCNA years ago. working on CCNA SEC (security) now, as i've been out of the security loop since i quit my job at dell back in 2001. i was a bit leery of taking the CCNA also, but once i saw the test, i relaxed. it was A LOT easier than i thought it would be.

/same as my MCSE, the course material was here, and the actual test was WAY below the material, almost to a beginner level.
 
2014-02-23 08:59:01 AM

Manic Depressive Mouse: Thank you, Timid Goddess, akimbotoo, and Hiro-ACID, for the replies and suggestions. There doesn't really seem to be a pattern, as some days he seems able to eat lots of things and other times he doesn't. I don't think it's an additive in the treats, as he'll also throw up sometimes if we give him cooked chicken or other scraps from our plate. Sometimes there are hairballs, which I don't worry about as much, but often it's just yellowy-clear with whatever bits of undigested food. If we're not fast enough in cleaning it up, the other cat will come and eat the food.
Otherwise, he's a healthy and happy guy. He has to take daily thyroid meds, but the puking issues predate the meds.


Issues predating meds is one of those patterns I was mentioning.  Means that it is not a side effect of the meds.

I do suspect that mostly clear liquid, especially in several places, indicates hairballs.  If you have lurked you know that hairballs are enough of a problem that Biscuit gets a regular "haircut" to prevent any new ones.  That might be a cause of an intermittent problem.

I have a human friend who has problems eating, she has strictures (tight areas that partially block swallowing) in her throat.  The "two are all right, three is a problem" made me think either allergies or a partial block.  It could be he remembers to eat slow with kibble because it is nothing special, but forgets with treats.

As for food sensitivities and allergies, anything can cause problems.  Is chicken an ingredient in his cat food?  If so, either he is getting just enough extra when you give him chicken to cause problems, fresh chicken has something that is processed out of cat food or chicken is not the problem.  Frustrating, isn't it?  If not, he might be a rare cat who is sensitive to chicken and needs it out of his diet.  Either way, a sensitive stomach cat food might be worth investing in and trying for a week or two.

I've done cold turkey changes but it's recommended that you mix a bunch of the old food and a bit of the new food at first, gradually changing the proportions until you have a bit of the old food and a bunch of the new food before going to all new food.  I haven't had problems, but I've never had a cat with problems with food.

It could be an odd quirk he has.  I had "fake stomach flu" roughly one day out of every 28 due to hormonal imbalance.  I am so glad it resolved after the conception of my daughter after dealing with nausea or worse for two decades or more and didn't come back after she was born.

Again, just rambling about possibilities.  It is probably something minor that doesn't bother him at all but causes a physical reaction that is a bit of an annoyance to you.  Hope it is something you can resolve.  Good luck.
 
2014-02-23 09:29:58 AM

sno man: John Buck 41: sno man: John Buck 41: As requested by lilyspad
Jasper
[farm8.staticflickr.com image 640x480]
Mickey
[farm4.staticflickr.com image 640x480]
Jazzy
[farm3.staticflickr.com image 640x480]
Ripley
[farm6.staticflickr.com image 640x420]

I'm kinda fond of this pic of your doggies...
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Ah, yes. That was your photoshop, wasn't it?

guilty.


No need to be. I loved it! (and so did Wifey)
 
2014-02-23 09:44:53 AM

valnt9: we have
12839 clicks;
and only 10 link votes?
come on!


Developed habit... I vote before I start reading....  can't forget that way....
 
2014-02-23 09:50:26 AM
good Meowning! Finally up and catching up on the thread. Eli tried to roust me at 7:00. I successfully ingnored him. :) until he purred in my face, then tried to nom my face. It was a love bite..but with him ya gotta watch, he gets enthusiastic...

Going to a used tack sale this morning. Never know what you will see.
 
2014-02-23 09:55:18 AM
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2014-02-23 09:56:16 AM
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2014-02-23 09:57:23 AM
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2014-02-23 10:27:38 AM
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Morning.....great posts last night! :D
 
2014-02-23 10:28:35 AM
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2014-02-23 10:29:15 AM
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2014-02-23 10:30:30 AM
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2014-02-23 10:31:07 AM
Like OlderGuy, I too votey before starting to read.  FangQ all for late eve-overnite-earlier AMs.
i.imgur.com
credit predle, likely Ago.  2 linkies from here:
http://www.buzzfeed.com/h2/shfk/glade/animals-who-dare-to-be-bold; today
http://www.boredpanda.com/before-after-animals/; yesterday later'n us   Salem Witch went in there too; Youth pix & Older pix.  Found such for Stripe, Young pic mis-IDed as bro Jimmy.
Dunno when can return, still got Transcr & Edit to do, mucho.
 
2014-02-23 10:40:06 AM
Duchess, the toy fox terrier who I grew up with (yes that's me)
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Earl, my first ever kitty who crossed the bridge at age 18
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Abby, my second kitty who crossed the bridge at 17
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Mika (on the top shelf who is 6 now and Mandu (RIP, I still miss you)
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Hector, the newest
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2014-02-23 10:53:55 AM
Don't worry, everyone. Summer will be here eventually. Here's a pic of a young woman and her (Brittany?) Spaniel on the pond last summer.

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2014-02-23 10:54:55 AM
Well, I am WAY behind in my Caturday socializing. If someone wants to fill me in on the condensed version of who needs hugs and who just wants one, that would be swell. Or I can just start posting critters and we can all just have this GROUP HUG!!!

marghuntley.files.wordpress.com

/good! now quit touching me
;-p
 
2014-02-23 11:00:19 AM
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2014-02-23 11:05:06 AM

L33t Squirrel: Second, hey, Real Women Drink Akvavit, you're the local nail polish guru. How do you get it do dry faster? I love doing my nails, but I use my hands a lot, so sitting on my ass waiting for hours for it to dry (including base and top coats) takes too damn long, and I end up chipping it a few hours later anyway. Any suggestions? :(


There are a lot of tricks about that, but my favorite is simply choosing the right top coat. I like the Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat. You can pick it up on eBay or Amazon a lot cheaper than you can at the local beauty supply or drug store. It's easy to find, but not always cheap, depending on where you buy it. It's a very high quality, dries shiny but not too shiny (which would mean higher oil content to get that shine and therefore a longer drying time) and does dry a lot faster than just a regular ol' top coat. There are also a wide variety of different kinds of "quick dry drops", but I don't use those so I can't speak to how effective they are compared to just using the Seche Vite.

There is one trick I've heard a lot that does work - sort of - and that's dipping your hands in cold water. While that does set the top very quickly, it ONLY sets the top. You will ruin your nails very quickly relying on that method even if a quick touch leads you to believe they are dry. I can assure you they are not. So stick with something like the Seche Vite and then sit still for 5-10 minutes, just to be sure. I always go a full 10 simply because if I'm going to spend a hour or more on my nails when I'm feeling very fancy and creative, I can certainly spend 10 minutes not farking them up.

I'm not sure I'd call myself the nail polish guru. I'm more of an obsessive. But because I took that as a compliment - thanks! *blush*

Here, have a goggeh!
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2014-02-23 11:07:17 AM
I'm having an avocado/asparagus salad my mom made last night for breakfast. We've decided we're going to go get some feta cheese to add to whatever I don't demolish before lunch time. It's very tasty and the feta would make it even tastier.

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2014-02-23 11:15:07 AM

Salem Witch: And I never tire of hearing about the latest shenanigans of that rapscallion, Biscuit.


How Biscuit sees himself.
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...and reality
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Biscuit's fort is being remodeled so we should have some great pictures coming of Biscuit under siege.
 
2014-02-23 11:25:30 AM
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A bit fuzzy but here is Tom and his little Oma Cassie.
I swear that Tom is still growing, does a diet of small birds and gophers cause a mature cat to grow that much bigger than his grandmother?

/I have to put up a screen door
//another small bird flew in and exploded on the floor
 
2014-02-23 11:32:09 AM

yobbery: Salem Witch: And I never tire of hearing about the latest shenanigans of that rapscallion, Biscuit.

How Biscuit sees himself.
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...and reality
[www.smugmug.com image 535x401]

Biscuit's fort is being remodeled so we should have some great pictures coming of Biscuit under siege.


He'll thank you when you're done - if you do a good job.

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/no, that bar's not set very high at all, is it?
:-p
 
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