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Hello folks!

Some of you know that Todd and I adopted 2 chihuahuas this year. Some of you don't - and you should come and meet them! Anyway, the first chihuahua we adopted named himself Carhart by stealing Todd's brown (he matches!) carhart sweatshirt the first night he came home with us. Carhart has vet insurance at Banfield and we went to get him his shots and get him fixed in January. Before they could do the *snip snip* aspect of his appointment, they did some blood work to make sure he was healthy. Unfortunately, not *perfect* health. He had a high liver ALT level. So, we took him back home with some antibiotics, hypoallergenic food and liver supplements to see if we could get that level down. He went back in the beginning of February and levels are down, but still way too high. This weekend, we took the doggos to Spokane to meet the "Grandparents" and to celebrate Dad's 54th birthday and to go to Jennifer Sirra's baby shower. While there, Carhart had belly pain (the yiping tore my heart out!) and got sick. Another trip to the vet (thank you banfield for being EVERYWHERE!!) and liver levels are still not good - it looks like he has a shunt in his stomach/liver area that did not close properly when he was a puppy. This will require *duh duh da duh* ultrasound to diagnose and then surgery. The ultrasound will run about $400 and then the surgery about $2000 if I am hearing the rumors correctly. We should have some money coming in soon from the job Todd had for a few days, but not enough for surgery. I will post a paypal link later after I have more info (after the ultrasound) if there is anyone out there that can spare a few dollars to help out Mr. Carhart, the cleavage sleeper. (apparently my cleavage is the most comfy spot for a 5.5 lbs chihuahua to sleep - feet to the ceiling of course!

Julie
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I'm trying like mad to remember the title of a book or the author of an asian group of women, it might have sister in the title, it might not - kind of relationship or coming of age stories. It was popular when I first went into high school - about '96. Any 2 cents from friends would be helpful. Maybe has something referencing tea in the title? My brain remembers it as being a yellow hard cover book with words down the left hand side of the cover in blue. How odd to remember those details, but not title. Oh well. I'm actually looking for the movie they ... never mind. I remember now. Amy Tan... The Joy Luck Club. Yay brain!







Ride?

Jun. 20th, 2009 04:49 am
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Anyone heading to the wedding day of that could take a passenger? Looks to be a long potentially damp ride else wise.

Thanks!

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Called Mom to get the status on my ailing kitty. It is so awesome when you call a parent when you are at work and they are sobbing and repeating I'm sorry over and over. I knew this was coming, it is just hard to deal with at work, and when mom is crying.

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I phone

Mar. 11th, 2009 02:54 am
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I have a new gadget! Tell me your favorite apps and I'll check them out.

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zombie

Jun. 6th, 2008 10:26 am
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Great company last night, but I stayed up far too late to function properly today.


Side note, I did not get the job, but some other new opportunities have presented themselves that I am excited about.
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Dear universe, please remove the 'fuck me over ... Line starts here' sign from Todd's back.

Thanks,
Todd's girlfriend

tea

Jan. 8th, 2008 07:52 pm
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Girl in need of good company. Can bring tea. You provide hot water. Will travel. Email me at my lj name at gmail.com or jingle if you have the number.

hmmm

Jan. 3rd, 2008 08:33 am
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Car randomly starts working again just before major week of errands. Yippee! Now artful construction of the next two days gets everything do r, and gorefully good news.
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Here's hoping for great things in 2008!

x mas

Dec. 27th, 2007 11:06 am
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X mas was good. T got the truck running so we have one vehicle, sort of. .laying guitar hero with T's youngest. Mt sister looks to be making me an aunt right around my birthday officially 08 08 08. Mt cousin's wife is also trying, so some fertility energy her way. No twins please!
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Gaia consort rocked! Thank you to all of the lovely ladies that danced with me tonight! You are all so beautiful and wonderful!

Snow

Nov. 26th, 2006 07:35 pm
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Ok, snow is lovely and I love it as much as the next gal, but driving from 5:30am to 6:15pm to get from Spokane Washington to Bellingham Washington is ridiculous. Seriously. And we didn't even hit snow until right after Ellensberg. I have 4 studded snow tires on my granny front wheel drive vehicle. I don't have chains. Never in my life have I needed them. I took two friends of my mom's (ok, her friend's daughter and fiancee) to Spokane and back this weekend. Simple, we share gas expenses. On the way back we keep hearing about needing chains on the car unless we are 4 wheel drive. We finally see signs and turn around and head th 13 miles back to Cle Elum to buy some at the local store. Luck out and get the LAST set for 29.99 that is of a size that the only store in town has stopped carrying. Yay us. We go back to the chain up area and chain up. This is a bit ridiculous at this point since there is maybe 1/4 inch of slush (we drove through worse closer to Ellensburg) One of the chains fits properly, the other begins to beat up my little Peggy Lynn (car's name). We make an executive decision to remove the chains and replace them if needed on the western side of the mountain. And we go again, this time at speeds slightly above 25mph. Yay. Right before the top of the mountain, new sign says old sign lied to bring money to Cle Elum because only TRACTION TIRES REQUIRED. Studded snow tires qualify. P.s. been driving in snow a while. Grew up on the country side of the state (ie. Spokane). Backside of the mountain a little slushy. Nothing snow tires couldn't handle. Saw eastbound I 90. Poor bastards. No wonder they freak if one inch of snow touches the mountain. They had what had to be 3 miles of cars backed up so a state trooper could verify that they had chains on their cars. Ok, little credit to the troopers, not everyone is able to drive safely in those conditions without chains, and I'm sure most of those individuals did not have studded snow tires or anything snow traction like at all. But that is a generalization of course. Then FINALLY get to bellingham. And sit. For. Three. Hours. Not. Moving. Do you have any idea how willing you are after three hours sitting 2 miles from your exit to expose your rear and just pee on the side of the road where everyone can see you? We were able to restrain ourselves and wait until we found a restroom, but it was close. I delivered the co-pilots to their electricity free home (it had apparently been down for a while) and 4byed my way out of their driveway (and yes, I mean 4byed, I rammed that snow drift and snow flew everywhere trying to get Peggy Lynn free of that cold, fluffy grip), made my way to Bellingham via the back way (by lake padden for those of you in the know) and stopped by Blockbuster to make sure my roomie didn't need a ride home and finally, oh so finally made it home. I think I'll have a cookie that mom sent with me for all of my effort today.

It was nice to see the family and I finally made it to the cabin after a year. It was so beautiful and peaceful and just plain good for my soul. I have to get up there more often.

I hope everyone had a fun turkey day and God and Goddess Bless!
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What does your birth month reveal about you?

 

August
Loves to joke. Attractive. Suave and caring. Brave and fearless.Firm and has leadership qualities. Knows how to console others. Too generous and egoistic. Takes high pride of oneself. Thirsty for praises. Extraordinary spirit. Easily angered. Angry when provoked. Easily jealous. Observant. Careful and cautious. Thinks quickly. Independent thoughts. Loves to lead and to be led. Loves to dream. Talented in the arts, music and defense. Sensitive but not petty. Poor resistance against illnesses. Learns to relax. Hasty and trusty. Romantic. Loving and caring. Loves to make friends .
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Julie Drink

May. 3rd, 2006 07:17 pm
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How to make a lizzardkitty
Ingredients:

1 part jealousy

1 part courage

1 part joy
Method:
Blend at a low speed for 30 seconds. Add curiosity to taste! Do not overindulge!

Tarot Card

May. 3rd, 2006 03:32 pm
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You Are The Emperor

You are an authority figure, and other people look to you for what to do.
You are strong and powerful. Crossing you is not a good idea.
You have worked hard to get to your position, and you're not about to give it up to anyone.
Though you have a warrior heart, you are gentle to those who treat you well.

Your fortune:

In the near future, you need to be willing and able to defend those you love.
This may be the time for you to step up and be the authority figure to those around you.
It is time for you to be independent, to become your own person.
You may need to look at your relationship with your father, or your relationships as a father.

*Rant*

Apr. 18th, 2006 09:39 pm
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So, my day started out irritating but ended on a truly frustrating note. *note* unreasonable-ness and supreme hyperbole may follow.

Story begins: Julie gets home from a frustrating day at work. (has decided that getting a scooter is not what I should do, and should instead continue trying to save for a motorcycle and maybe next year, or the year after Big bummer) She eats dinner and decides to go for a walk after starting laundry. Beautiful evening. 6$ cash, Ipod and a happy attitude in her pocket. In search of lighter to burn incense and smudge new rune deck and hematite bracelet that S.O. bought me. So, happy Julie out for a walk to find lighter and experience beautiful day. Visits happy locally owned gas station down the street that has gas that is entirely too expensive to buy, but wants to help support local businesses. Finds pretty fishy lighter and goes to purchase. Is asked for ID. Does not have ID. Out walking. Am almost 25. Legal for everything, and then some. Not asking for cigarettes or anything else that might be harmful. Not buying beer. Not going to go and roast a bowl or become new neighborhood arsonist. Am happy pagan who wants to smudge new deck. Simple, easy. Includes exercise and sunshine and tunes. Local gas station insists that all tobacco related products (including lighters) must have ID proof. Ok, close to other stores, less happily local. Onward. Quick stop at REI, has cheap matches, but wanted a lighter, so onto RightAid. RightAid has lots of lighters, lighter fluid for cute Sex Kitten lighter already in possession, but again, asking for ID. Still no ID. Shit! No matches, no lighter, no lighter fluid. Nothing for normal, regular, government issued green. AM 24 And 3/4ths! Fine. Done. Back to REI. They will sell cute curvy girl fire starters. Odd man standing at REI door. Shit! It's 8pm! Doors Closed! REI closed for the night. NOOOOOOOO! Trudge home. Am done. Pissed at government for passing moronic law to "protect it's citizens" Not only taxing "sin" products, but anything associated. Irritating. Not going to do anything weird with lighter, lighting smudge!! Not doing weird sexual practices, getting stoned beyond belief (and thereby supporting agencies working against said government, at least in theory) Not smoking things that would be bad for my health! *grumble grumble grumble* Irritating government that feels "justified" in deciding that I need a piece of plastic with my picture on it to give me the "right" to purchase (with hard earned money) a FIRESTARTER. should become local lamp post arsonist to let government become aware of irritation. Oh well. Roommate was exceedingly kind and gave me match to light candle and smudge, and a sympathetic ear to vent to about irritatingly patriarchal overarching governmental system.
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Leo Horoscope for week of April 6, 2006

I had a dream about my three closest Leo friends. In the dream, I was observing them as they wriggled out of cocoons that were hanging from a large tree that resembled a dinosaur skeleton. They were covered with feathers and their arms had turned into wings, though they still had human faces. Once they were free of the cocoons, they soared away. As I watched their ascent, my own arms began to transform into feathered wings. I felt that I, too, would soon be able to fly. Here's how I interpret my dream: You Leos are ready to take off, and your flights will serve as inspiring examples to other people.
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Advanced
You scored 100% Beginner, 92% Intermediate, 80% Advanced, and 66% Expert!
You have an extremely good understanding of beginner, intermediate, and advanced level commonly confused English words, getting at least 75% of each of these three levels' questions correct. This is an exceptional score. Remember, these are commonly confused English words, which means most people don't use them properly. You got an extremely respectable score.


Thank you so much for taking my test. I hope you enjoyed it!



For the complete Answer Key, visit my blog: http://shortredhead78.blogspot.com/.




My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 68% on Beginner
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You scored higher than 16% on Intermediate
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You scored higher than 7% on Advanced
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You scored higher than 17% on Expert
Link: The Commonly Confused Words Test written by shortredhead78 on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
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True Ethical Slut
Whoa! You scored 32 Sluttiness Points and 9 Ethics Points! Interesting...
Doesn’t sex just kick ass? You love it and your friends love it and your playmates love it. Sex is that overflowing bowl of ice cream you just have to share with the world. Because maybe, just maybe, if we can get more happy good sex out into the world, we can make it a happier place for everyone in it. You know how to communicate about what you want and how to listen to your partner’s desires. You even use your turn signals. You’re just an all around good person. You are one of the beautiful people.



My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 91% on Sluttiness
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You scored higher than 23% on Ethics
Link: The Ethical Slut Test written by PlayfulKissing on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

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