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at least she kills them though, soundslike your kitties have found 'playmates'

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Posted on Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:47 am  

The usual here, all the kids are grown, so the grandkids have taken their places, they will all wake up at their own homes and open presents, I will call them all and see what santa brought them. I really miss that part, dealing with the little ones anticipation a few days before and the morning of christmas was always a real treat for me. I could not get those kids out of bed that early with the liberty bell ringing as an alarm, hee, hee. The kids are my favorite part I think, they keep the excitement in christmas for me.
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Posted on Fri Nov 23, 2007 1:03 am  

We have the kitten and the mother, the mother keeps bringing in mice to the kitten, at first they were dead, then just wounded and now she just brings live ones in. Well, he just wants to play with them forever, tonight it got under the sectional, what a pain to pull out, it kept running to the other side, so the cats did not get that one, it went out the door. I have a dog door that they go in and out of and my dogs use it too, so there is no way of stopping them from bringing them in. I wish she would keep them where she finds them around the feed barrels.
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Posted on Fri Nov 23, 2007 2:11 am  

Oh heavens, good sounds like you have a very eventful house! we have three kitties, one is disabled but can still chase things, the other two just get into my fake flowers and eat them. comes out in the end so i guess they're ok, but mice no thank you! my mom and deal with that all the time. they live on a farm in the middle of no where so there's all sorts of critters that get in. they do have one cat that takes care of the mice, she kills them then buries them in her litter box for my mom to find whenever she scoops out the litter. blah ick! at least she kills them though, soundslike your kitties have found 'playmates' Wink
she wants to bring presents to you Smile lol
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Posted on Fri Nov 23, 2007 5:50 pm  

I would freak out if she brought in a mouse, dead or alive. It sounds like she is just trying to train her kitten though, if she has brought them in, in all stages of disablement, huh. Hope she stops for you soon.
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Posted on Sat Nov 24, 2007 12:31 am  

I think you are right da, but you know she should be taking him outside and teaching him to hunt. This is getting a little crazy when I am doing most of the mousing when she brings them in live. Especially when they get under the sectional, that is such a pain.
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Posted on Sat Nov 24, 2007 6:11 pm  

Maybe she will break this cycle soon, as long as you are catching them all and getting them back out doors, you should be ok, look at it this way, as long as they are in the house your cats will be entertained.
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Posted on Mon Nov 26, 2007 2:01 am  

Yeah, well they can entertain themselves out side, soon the tree will be up and they will have it to mess with so I suppose they will have thier minds off the mice. hopefully.

I was gonna start decorating this weekend but just did not have the motivation to do it, I had a five day weekend and I swear I got less done than I do in a two day weekend. I will definately get to it next weekend, I have the singing santa out so my four year old got the old man about worn out and us about crazy, he sings 5 different songs and I swear I have heard them all at least 100 times in two days. Ready to tear my hair out. LOL
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Posted on Mon Nov 26, 2007 2:02 am  

Yeah, well they can entertain themselves out side, soon the tree will be up and they will have it to mess with so I suppose they will have thier minds off the mice. hopefully.

I was gonna start decorating this weekend but just did not have the motivation to do it, I had a five day weekend and I swear I got less done than I do in a two day weekend. I will definately get to it next weekend, I have the singing santa out so my four year old got the old man about worn out and us about crazy, he sings 5 different songs and I swear I have heard them all at least 100 times in two days. Ready to tear my hair out. LOL
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Posted on Mon Nov 26, 2007 2:03 am  

ok, not sure how that happened, I was logged in and it put the post in twice, that is goofy, unless it did not take it the first time. DUH!
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Posted on Mon Nov 26, 2007 12:02 pm  

Did you delete your temp files or cookies, some times this will happen when you do this. Then you have to sign back in. I always look at the sign in button, if it says log in, then you are logged out.
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Posted on Mon Nov 26, 2007 4:57 pm  

Yes, I do this weekly to keep my computer running a little quicker, I surf quite a bit so I get alot of those unnecessary files that stay on my computer, I guess it would clear out my passwords if I delete my cookies. LOL, did not even think about that.
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Posted on Tue Dec 04, 2007 3:25 am  

I believe family traditions are a great thing I just home my children keep it going it just like a reminder of our families before us.I feel its a way to keep our missed loved ones remembered.it also is a way to keep lossed loved ones alive in hour hearts.I will always try and keep a family tradition going and I hope my kids will do the same.
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Posted on Tue Dec 04, 2007 4:06 am  

our family tradition is passing on recipes and getting together to make cookies and share among each other. some of the old fashion cookie recipes are just the best real moist and tastey.cant waite til christmas to enjoy some of the oldies but goodies .I hope you all enjoy you family traditions this holliday end the year right enjoy the special memories you may share together
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Posted on Tue Dec 04, 2007 2:41 pm  

thanks cracker jack, sounds good.
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Posted on Thu Dec 06, 2007 2:04 pm  

hey all I have anidea to add to all your christmas traditions.I am gona try it this year. find a christmas poem and send it with all your christmas cards you give out. heres a nice one I found.
A christmas lesson
"Is there a purpose? Why are we here?"
A little boy asked as the yuletide drew near.
"I really do hope that someday I will know
the reason we stand out here in the snow,
ringing this bell as people walk by,
while thousands of snowflakes
descend from the sky."

The mother just smiled at her shivering son
who would rather be playing and having some fun
but soon would discover before evening was done
the meaning of Christmas
the very first one.

The young boy exclaimed, "Mother where does it go?"
"All the pennies we collect - every year in the snow."
"Why do we do it? Why do we care?"
"We worked for these pennies,
so why should we share?"

"Because once a baby - so meek and so mild
was born in a manger - so humble the child
the son of a King - was born in this way
to give us the message
He carried that day.

"The present God gave the world on that night,
was the gift of his son to make everything right.
Why did he do it? Why did he care?
To teach about loving
and how we should share."

"The meaning of Christmas, you see my dear son,
is not about presents or just having fun
but the gift of a father - his own precious Son
so the world would be saved
when his work was all done"

Now the little boy smiled - with a tear in his eye
as snowflakes kept falling from out of the sky -
rang louder the bell as the people walked by
while down deep in his heart
at last he knew why.
I hope you all like and enjoy the poem.

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