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Old 05-23-2017, 06:35 AM
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^He's a cutie, Patty! You better take him home.
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^He's a cutie, Patty! You better take him home.
It's in the works. I'm waiting for a person to let me know if she can meet me at PetSmart tonight. >^..^<
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On the subject of houses...this sad little house is where I grew up. It was a very modest home but it wasn't sad when we lived there. The neighborhood has really suffered. That house was my parents' first home and was purchased for about $6K in 1960. Three bedrooms upstairs, one bathroom, and one former dining room became a bedroom for my brother. It had a tiny back yard, the houses were close, but we had some happy memories there. A swing set in the yard when we were little, a lilac tree for Mom, and a grill for Dad and we were good to enjoy life as we knew it. Mom loved the window over the kitchen sink as she could look at the tiny back yard while doing dishes. Things were very different back then for sure.
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It's in the works. I'm waiting for a person to let me know if she can meet me at PetSmart tonight. >^..^<
I am meeting the adoption volunteer, Analie, and the male kitty, "Honey" on Wednesday at 5:30 pm at PetSmart in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA. My adoption application was reviewed and is good to go and I should be bringing Honey home with me. I think he'll be very good for me. A purr-machine-affectionate-kitty makes the world a better (or more tolerable place) for me. I love me a good kitty cat!

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Good luck with the adoption. I had attack of the squirrels this AM. Four of them making quite a ruckus, chasing each other up and down one tree.

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Originally Posted by Lainey View Post
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On the subject of houses...this sad little house is where I grew up. It was a very modest home but it wasn't sad when we lived there. The neighborhood has really suffered. That house was my parents' first home and was purchased for about $6K in 1960. Three bedrooms upstairs, one bathroom, and one former dining room became a bedroom for my brother. It had a tiny back yard, the houses were close, but we had some happy memories there. A swing set in the yard when we were little, a lilac tree for Mom, and a grill for Dad and we were good to enjoy life as we knew it. Mom loved the window over the kitchen sink as she could look at the tiny back yard while doing dishes. Things were very different back then for sure.

Since I moved 24 times before I was 21 years old, I won't try to post all of the houses I lived in, but I will say that the 12 years I have lived in the house we are in now is the longest I have ever lived in one place.
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Originally Posted by Lainey View Post
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On the subject of houses...this sad little house is where I grew up. It was a very modest home but it wasn't sad when we lived there. The neighborhood has really suffered. That house was my parents' first home and was purchased for about $6K in 1960. Three bedrooms upstairs, one bathroom, and one former dining room became a bedroom for my brother. It had a tiny back yard, the houses were close, but we had some happy memories there. A swing set in the yard when we were little, a lilac tree for Mom, and a grill for Dad and we were good to enjoy life as we knew it. Mom loved the window over the kitchen sink as she could look at the tiny back yard while doing dishes. Things were very different back then for sure.
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I made a birthday cake for my 87 year-old co volunteer's birthday. The recipe calls for three eggs. I used two.









^Those were huge eggs even for Trader Joe's jumbos!





^Happy Birthday, Jean!

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