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Coffee Klatch

 
Texan Buckeye

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07/18/2020 10:48 AM
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bump 3rd times a charm. Did you see it?
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coffeecup
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07/18/2020 10:56 AM
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Hi ac! I'm still drinking mine, waiting for the Fedex guy to get here. I need more shelves!
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coffeecup
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Hi ac! I'm still drinking mine, waiting for the Fedex guy to get here. I need more shelves!
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I know what you mean. I made shelves, bought garbage cans for storage, there is not even room for dust bunnies under the bed. LOL
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07/18/2020 11:15 AM
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coffeecup
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Hi ac! I'm still drinking mine, waiting for the Fedex guy to get here. I need more shelves!
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I know what you mean. I made shelves, bought garbage cans for storage, there is not even room for dust bunnies under the bed. LOL
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We're renting for now, so we can't do anything permanent. I looked at the big box stores for shelves and didn't like them or they were the wrong size. One of the guys at Lowes used to work at Sauders and reminded me of them. I checked out their website and found one I liked for the kitchen. I hope it works.

The other issue is my mom passed away a year ago and I have very little room for the few things I took. Most of it is her geneology stuff. I'm still trying to organize that after my brother made a mess of it. Thankfully, we have a huge garage. Our poor SUV has never seen the inside of it. LOL
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07/18/2020 12:38 PM

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I made the mistake of organizing everything not long ago. Now I can not find anything and keep looking for things I need that got thrown away in the process. I knew where things were before I re-organized and forgot where I moved it to.
My memory is getting so bad as well as my eye sight. I have decided to list, label and map out where everything is, the pantry, the deep freeze, closets, under the bed, the tools and parts, the shed, everything. I am so tired of spending all my time looking for what I need, not being able to find it and forgetting what I do have.
A two hour job of rebuilding the lawn mower took two days, most of it looking for my stuff or where I just put the dang tool I just had my hand and my glasses. I get more worn out looking for stuff than doing the job at hand.
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So this is our new thread to get together and discuss anything and everything. Everyone is welcome.

If you want an opinion, advice, or just someone to listen we are your virtual coffee chat.

That being said, I hope everyone pops in from time to time just to say hi and those who dont pop in often find us.
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I seem to remember the AOL "coffee klatch" of the 90s. Any relation to that, OP?
Mahna mahna
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07/18/2020 04:52 PM
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Sorry I left y'all. The shelves got here and we got it put together. They said it would take 2 hours. Hah!! More like 3 1/2! I just poked in for a few. Our internet is acting up. I'll try again later.
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07/18/2020 07:44 PM
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I just buried the old cat under her favorite apple tree. I decided not to be sad, she had a great life living free in the woods like me. She out lived most cats, she was brave and would take on all wild animals big and small to protect the chickens. She is no longer suffering in her old age. bye bye kiki
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I just buried the old cat under her favorite apple tree. I decided not to be sad, she had a great life living free in the woods like me. She out lived most cats, she was brave and would take on all wild animals big and small to protect the chickens. She is no longer suffering in her old age. bye bye kiki
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a little tribute to the funny times. Every fall she would pack the house with live mice for winter food and activity. They were everywhere, in my shoes and so on. I could never break her from that. We get snowed in for long winters. She would set out a little cat food to lure them out. She would take them to her cardboard play box and keep them like kittens and toys under her paw. I would clean all the floors only to find little piles of cat food she set out for the mice.
She loved the garden and only walked on the paths paroling for rodents. She was protective of the plants we would grow indoors and move to the garden like her babies. The first garden cat I ever knew of.
She would bring me her dinners to share, rabbits and grouse, mice and so on. She would go nuts when I came home from fishing for fresh trout.
She liked to sleep on my feet and keep them warm.
I might need to get a kitten for my winter companion this year, it will not be the same alone snowed in without kiki.
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07/18/2020 08:40 PM
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I'm sorry to hear about your kittie. She sounds like a real lion! Sounds like you're ready for a new companion. Just don't forget, they're just like people. Every cat is unique.
Take your time finding the right one.
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07/18/2020 08:42 PM
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I made the mistake of organizing everything not long ago. Now I can not find anything and keep looking for things I need that got thrown away in the process. I knew where things were before I re-organized and forgot where I moved it to.
My memory is getting so bad as well as my eye sight. I have decided to list, label and map out where everything is, the pantry, the deep freeze, closets, under the bed, the tools and parts, the shed, everything. I am so tired of spending all my time looking for what I need, not being able to find it and forgetting what I do have.
A two hour job of rebuilding the lawn mower took two days, most of it looking for my stuff or where I just put the dang tool I just had my hand and my glasses. I get more worn out looking for stuff than doing the job at hand.
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You have just described my life! LOL If you find the magic trick to fix it, don't keep it a secret!
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Any time!
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I decided to open up about my little old kitty loss today, knowing how serious Beeches and Tigers situations are, hoping it might help them to also open up. I worry about them. They have been through hell and I want to make sure they, well you know. The worst part about my husbands loss was feeling so alone, like no one cared.
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I'm sorry to hear about your kittie. She sounds like a real lion! Sounds like you're ready for a new companion. Just don't forget, they're just like people. Every cat is unique.
Take your time finding the right one.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


LOL I have never had a cat, they have found and had me. This time I might have to find one. There is a wild one that shows up from time to time that looks just like the BOB wild cat that stopped visiting a few years back. He showed up as a baby one Christmas morning coved in snow and stayed for a few years. I think he got you know. You guys help me identify him as a siberian forest cat.
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07/18/2020 09:27 PM
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I'm sorry to hear about your kittie. She sounds like a real lion! Sounds like you're ready for a new companion. Just don't forget, they're just like people. Every cat is unique.
Take your time finding the right one.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


LOL I have never had a cat, they have found and had me. This time I might have to find one. There is a wild one that shows up from time to time that looks just like the BOB wild cat that stopped visiting a few years back. He showed up as a baby one Christmas morning coved in snow and stayed for a few years. I think he got you know. You guys help me identify him as a siberian forest cat.
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OOOOHHHH! Lucky you! Do you have coyotes where you live? I had to catch my barn cats every night, so they wouldn't be a snack. I lost a bunch that thought they knew better and wouldn't be caught.
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07/18/2020 09:35 PM
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Flav, just found out my son and all his workers tested negative. What a huge relief!
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yes and cougars bears big raptors wolverines coons you name in it in the deep woods. She survived them all and lived to an old age and protected the chickens. Most cats in this area do not last a day out there.
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I kept a window ramp open at all times to come and go, potty and hunting, Never locked up, and yes things came in the ramp at night. LOL another day funny stories.
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yes and cougars bears big raptors wolverines coons you name in it in the deep woods. She survived them all and lived to an old age and protected the chickens. Most cats in this area do not last a day out there.
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They sure wouldn't with those predators. Out in west Texas, we mostly had coyotes and hawks. We did have a cougar once. Our neighbor saw it one morning. Her husband sent some photos to A&M to identify. They knew what cat it was by the paw print. I didn't see it. Wish I had. I love big cats. Right now as long as they're at the zoo! LOL
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I kept a window ramp open at all times to come and go, potty and hunting, Never locked up, and yes things came in the ramp at night. LOL another day funny stories.
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My guys had a tree next to the house that they could climb and jump over to the roof. If they were on the back side, they would climb the power pole next to the garage. They'd stay up there forever!
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Flav, just found out my son and all his workers tested negative. What a huge relief!
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I just got my sense of smell and taste back for the first time sense December when I treated my unknown flu with a few days of booze in a hot hot bath. I have been bleaching everything like hell, every thing sticks, cleaned the carpet and stopped adding so much sugar and salt to my coffee and food. It went gradually away and I did not notice so much When I brought my last surviving chicken living out side in the cold winter into the house. Oh shit, kicked my last surviving chicken outside, she is heart broken. LOL
I live an isolated life alone in the woods but order my stuff online, often direct from china. I think I got it early before anyone knew. I have asbestose lungs and all that from years of construction work but it got a lot worse. If I had neighbors they would call the cops of me for all my coughing.
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07/18/2020 10:04 PM
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Flav, just found out my son and all his workers tested negative. What a huge relief!
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I just got my sense of smell and taste back for the first time sense December when I treated my unknown flu with a few days of booze in a hot hot bath. I have been bleaching everything like hell, every thing sticks, cleaned the carpet and stopped adding so much sugar and salt to my coffee and food. It went gradually away and I did not notice so much When I brought my last surviving chicken living out side in the cold winter into the house. Oh shit, kicked my last surviving chicken outside, she is heart broken. LOL
I live an isolated life alone in the woods but order my stuff online, often direct from china. I think I got it early before anyone knew. I have asbestose lungs and all that from years of construction work but it got a lot worse. If I had neighbors they would call the cops of me for all my coughing.
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Take care of yourself, dude! Asbestos is nothing to play with.
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Flav, just found out my son and all his workers tested negative. What a huge relief!
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I just got my sense of smell and taste back for the first time sense December when I treated my unknown flu with a few days of booze in a hot hot bath. I have been bleaching everything like hell, every thing sticks, cleaned the carpet and stopped adding so much sugar and salt to my coffee and food. It went gradually away and I did not notice so much When I brought my last surviving chicken living out side in the cold winter into the house. Oh shit, kicked my last surviving chicken outside, she is heart broken. LOL
I live an isolated life alone in the woods but order my stuff online, often direct from china. I think I got it early before anyone knew. I have asbestose lungs and all that from years of construction work but it got a lot worse. If I had neighbors they would call the cops of me for all my coughing.
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Take care of yourself, dude! Asbestos is nothing to play with.
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All Lady, old lady, every time I quit smoking for my health, it was so bad after a year I had to start smoking again and got better. I do not know............ Just me.
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There is no recourse for asbestos exposure when you deliberately worked under the table after hours as a young widow to take care of your babies. I have no one to blame, not even myself. I did what I had to do. I would have worn a better mask. LOL
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There is no recourse for asbestos exposure when you deliberately worked under the table after hours as a young widow to take care of your babies. I have no one to blame, not even myself. I did what I had to do. I would have worn a better mask. LOL
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Sorry about the dude thing. Been hanging out with the guys too much.

Yeah, I hear that. I was a single mom for quite awhile, too. You have to feed the babies. It's a hard row to hoe, for sure. You have my respect, ac. Don't be a stranger, ok?
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Many of us oldies You can remember by old stories and a special something.
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07/18/2020 11:07 PM
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Many of us oldies You can remember by old stories and a special something.
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That's true. I'm an oldie now too. I have half an idea about writing down stories and memories of our family, out to my grands and greats for my kids and grandbabies. Just have to tumble it around in my head for awhile.





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