Monday, October 29, 2012

October 29, 2012

i thought i raised intelligent children until janine appeared  last night and said  she was on her way to go buy a flashlight
 
i think she would have to go to chicago to do that.
 
heads up  on both explore's  camera and this dd-- even if i hook the camera or  this computer to the generator's extension cord--- the wifi  will be out too
 
and we will be dealing with freezers full of beef.. i will need  all the help i can have  to run around with a second heavy duty extension cord to run the heater for a bit---  then frige.. then cell phones  etc
 
this will be short--
it is time for the great flashlight hunt..
.  i bet i own 2 dozen  thanks to ebay-- i know where one is
that is not a good percentage
 
GWEN AND GREG  WERE TH E OVERNIGHT HELP-  THE SIGN UP LIST IOS ON THE WINDOW. I THINK WE ARE ALL SET EXCEPT  FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT-- WITH HOPES MOXIE STARTS BIRTH ON WEDNSESDAY NIGHT -- THEN WE WOULD JHAVE TH EWHOLE CREW HERE...
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i do want to go to costco today-- just to look around  ---and pick up aN  SUpply of meds.---  bless blue cross-- whatever insurance i have does not let me buy any more til a day after i have run out--- this way they save 14 trillion $$ annually.
 
one of our bbbbiiiiggggest  problem with the storm is that danes do not like to go out to pee in the rain...  a quick squat in the corner with the "i did not do that " look  and they get around that  problem
 
2 things    along those lines
 1.  would the people who come here Sunday start saving newspapers and bring them when you come---  the internet has depleted the usual source of pee papers for puppies---- please camera people don't ups me any-- got to be careful what you wish for on this internet.
2. someone on the camera questioned  having us walk around in our shoes in  the puppy pen-- and we do try and walk only in the corners--- but  when chaos squatted  to pee i noticed her milk department dragged on the ground...-- were they then washed by th e flood of urine?  i don't know-- but there is a reportable incident there.  momma nature somehow deals i guess,
 
and speaking of having a wish list for the camera people--- it is a tough one... we got a lot of beds  which are terrific and we can use them
 
  but because of the size of this participating audience  i am afraid to mention we could use q-tips or we would end up having to put a room on th ehouse to accommodate all the q-tips people would send... 
 
 so instead of having an actual wish list- particularly of small items like  can openers---  we need to have a list of what we will buy with the latest online memsaic board--- currently the oil bill--
 
gwen - blue gwen- made a list headed by --- shovels--- and screw drivers  --dog safe ice melt --- i think the best way is to list that stuff on the memsaic wall and buy that  petty cash stuff here
 
back to everyone buying a $10 number and we can make some of these much needed things here.--
 
she also mentioned polar fleece---- drys quickly and is fluffy-- before anyone goes and gets that --- we shoul ddirect our efforts to the polar flees outlet store where you buy remanants by the pound-- a bag stuffed  is $2-- course the colors are wild--- what didn't sell to the real world... but we don't care-- so to maximise our $$  we just need someone to spend $20 THERE AND WE WOULD BE SET FOR 2 MORE LITTERS  ..
 
MALDEN MILLS-- IT IS THE PLACE THAT BURNED--- AND THE OWNER CONTINUED TO PAY HIS HELP WHILE THEY REBUILT THE FACTORY
JADE OR EARLENE--- I THINK THE PLACE IS NEAR YOU ON RT 28 IN LAWRENCE/METHUEN-- AT LEAST IT WAS...
 
 
TIME FOR FLASHLIGHT HUNTING....
 

3 comments:

  1. I am so glad to have discovered your blog. I get a real laugh at some of your humor, intended or not, Carlene! I do hope you all stay safe and sound and the power doesn't go out at all. If it does, I hope it's only for a short time for all your sakes. Danes aren't the only ones with the aversion to peeing in the rain. My Shepard/Keeshound mix is the same way. Hard to figure it out too as the garden hose is her favorite toy in the summer!

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  2. I'm so glad I discovered your blog too! I wish I lived closer, I'd be round all of the time to volunteer :) You do make me laugh with some of your comments! I hope the storm slows down and misses you all. Best wishes from Spain!

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  3. I have to say that I'm glad I discovered your blog, the online camaras and your organization. It is so much fun to read your blog and hear what's happening. I love watching the puppies, especially as they're becoming more mobile. Sometimes they just crack me up! Praying that you all stay safe during the storm and all goes well with Moxie's birth. Especially that you have enough volunteers.

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