Member since 12/3/06
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Date: 6/12/13 8:27 PM
Our dog who is young and healthy got sick twice before I had barely gotten out of bed and finished dressing.
Got that cleaned up, went downstairs and before noon, four more accidents.
Decided it was the new bottle of omega 3 I had put on his food last evening...no more for now.
After a cup of cooked rice, he is back to his usual routines. Chase the birds, take a nap, watch the neighbors, take a nap, get up, turn around, take a nap....
-- Edited on 6/12/13 8:29 PM --
"Improvise, adapt and overcome." - Clint Eastwood/Heartbreak Ridge
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Member since 7/11/05
Skill: Advanced Beginner
Date: 6/12/13 9:03 PM
I had one, small decorative rug in my uncarpeted apartment which was exactly where both of my cats always decided was the very best place of all to throw up. I finally chucked it out because it was just impossible to keep it clean.
I am going for a level of perfection that is only mine... Most of the pleasure is in getting that last little piece perfect...Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just keep showing up and doing the work.
Chuck Close, painter, printmaker, photographer
Hope has two lovely daughters: Anger and Courage
Member since 9/5/10
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Date: 6/12/13 9:06 PM
My dog kept everything down today, as in his food and half of the outer packet for Kwik Sew 3473. Luckily the pattern sheets and instructions were in my sewing room behind a closed door. I was working with traced copies of the bodice and left the room for a few minutes to find the notebook in which I'd jotted down my measurements when HungerDog made his move.
YAN: Yet Another Nancy
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