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Old Jun 15, 2014, 06:54 AM
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Maybe you can get the Sherriff's helicopter to air lift your FIL out of your yard and drop him off somewhere far far far away!

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Old Jun 15, 2014, 11:18 AM
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By now you are busily scrambling eggs I'm sure, and brewing coffee for your FIL. I feel for you, yesterday must have seemed it would never end.
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Old Jun 15, 2014, 07:29 PM
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What a day! The FIL left a big loogie in the sink (ewww) overnight. JUST now walked on the carpet and left black marks with the shoes again (what is it with THOSE shoes?). The husband saw him head for the carpet and stopping him on the carpet which made him spin around, thus creating the black marks in a lovely swirl pattern.

I got my llamas sheared today by the breeder so they feel much better, but she wanted these two mini goats I have so I took them over to her house. They were to be in amongst her llamas, which they are fine with MY two llamas. It looked like a Peruvian soccer team all surrounding the one (who is black/white like a soccer ball). The mamma just stayed out of the way and munched hapy. One llama was trying to kick her so I brought them back home. I really looked like a Peruvian soccer team going after this ball. Scary. Guess 2 llama girls is not quite the same as 6 llamas.

FIL just left and I think I will seek some quiet working on some files. At least I don't feel so pitiful. Shay and Melli both adored the llama breeder and were fighting for her attention. That was absolutely THE best meeting of Melli and a stranger I have had yet. She was rolling belly up and squealing and doing the hamster paws and everything. Proud of her.
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Old Jun 18, 2014, 12:55 PM
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your day seems like a sit-com that I really would sit down to watch...waiting to see what happens next!
Wisconsin is sort of close to Indiana, you want to come over and watch it together?
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Old Jun 18, 2014, 12:57 PM
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OK seriously, this too shall pass, and try to find the humor in it all. The ability to laugh at craptastic stuff is truly the only thing that has kept me going at times.
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Old Jun 18, 2014, 02:01 PM
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Yea, it's all good.

Work has been BUSY which is OT which is extra $ for the puppy supplies.

I get to meet the puppy this Friday after a dental visit. I get to bring him home July 3rd which is the start of a long weekend for us so limited work for me and the husband home so he can bond too so that is a good thing.

Husband has never had time to bond with the dogs upon arrival, this will be the first time he has time off at the time of getting a dog/pup.
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Old Jun 18, 2014, 03:00 PM
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Wisconsin is sort of close to Indiana, you want to come over and watch it together?
Sure - I'll bring beverages!
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Old Jun 18, 2014, 04:50 PM
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Yea, it's all good.

Work has been BUSY which is OT which is extra $ for the puppy supplies.

I get to meet the puppy this Friday after a dental visit. I get to bring him home July 3rd which is the start of a long weekend for us so limited work for me and the husband home so he can bond too so that is a good thing.

Husband has never had time to bond with the dogs upon arrival, this will be the first time he has time off at the time of getting a dog/pup.
Aww, yay! I brought home Emmy July 6. It was a great time.
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