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  1. about 5 hours ago on Cathy

    Why on earth would anyone in their right mind want to be a “member” of that “club”? Oh. Right. This IS our favorite little whack-a-doodle we’re talking about so what more can we say on THAT particular subject matter (LOL)?!? :-D


    Hi, rgcviper! :-)

    lightenup: Congrats to Lil for making her “dream” volleyball team the other night! Hope you had a nice anniversary even if you did “forget” about it for a little while. ;-)

    I know all about tired these days. Carpet started going down this morning so we were up until 1:00 a.m. getting all the painting, base-board caulking and floor sweeping done before that happened. Unexpected problems causing delays, forcing you to wait on other people to find the time to come fix them, are real time-killers. Thank goodness this renovation is almost over because I swear, it would otherwise KILL me if it had to go on too much longer! :-(


    Hello and Happy Thursday, fellow Cathy fans. Hope everyone has/had a really nice day today! :-)

  2. about 8 hours ago on Red and Rover

    LOL! :-D

    Good boy, Rover! ;-)

  3. 2 days ago on Cathy

    I used to be one of those “suitcase purse” kind of women but I’ve finally gotten over the want or “need” to lug those heavy things around any-more. Now, I’ve pretty much got it down to a small crossover body bag just big enough to carry my phone, keys, credit card, money, sunglasses, compact, and lipstick for quick trips somewhere and a bigger, but more normal-sized, purse for longer trips when I need to carry more things in it (like my Kindle). It’s so much nicer finally being free from having to haul around such a big, heavy purse full of nothing but a lot of really useless junk anymore! ;-)


    Hi, rgcviper! :-)

    lightenup: Happy 19th anniversary to you and your lucky hubby today! :-)


    Hello and Happy Tuesday, fellow Cathy fans. Hope everyone has/had a really nice day today! :-)

  4. 5 days ago on Cathy

    I used to think it would be pretty cool to actually build my own house too, because I’ve always hated having to live with someone else’s decor choices if their tastes weren’t the same as mine (except paint color, which is a lot more easily changeable than other, more expensive, things like ugly floor tile and/or countertops…..which our “new” house has both of. UGH!). Well, this whole project has pretty much cured me of THAT desire, that’s for sure! ;-)

    While my mother’s space is going to look beautiful when it’s done, it’s been a long, exhausting project from start to (almost) finish. I’ve definitely decided that if I ever DO get to live in a new-build home someday, I’d still want to pick out all my own finishes, but I’d let the builder and his crew do all the actual, physical work involved in it because I’m getting too old for all this crap! I was already tired from doing everything we’ve been doing on our own that we could over the last several months in order to save money. But now that my mother has sold her condo, the break-neck pace over the last several weeks to get the basement finished even faster has me even more worn out and exhausted than I was before that happened. :-(

    I swear. I’d be the happiest woman in the world if I NEVER had to do anything like this ever again! Painting is okay. Not my favorite thing to do because it can be messy and time-consuming, but it gives wonderful results when it’s done. But as far as actual construction work itself like we’ve been doing? No way! Some people may enjoy this kind of thing, but I sure don’t! :-P

  5. 5 days ago on Real Life Adventures

    Bizarro from October 1, 2018 has the perfect (if not grossest) answer to this question! ;-)

  6. 6 days ago on Cathy

    Too many choices have been the bane of my existence lately regarding our basement renovation for my mother’s upcoming move here: paint, carpet, tile, cabinets, countertops, appliances ….. you name it. But thank God it’s almost done though. If I can make it another couple of weeks, it’s all going to FINALLY be over! She’s already sold her condo and closing is set for November 15th but it feels as though my husband is trying to kill us BOTH on this project in order to move it up to November 1st if it’s at all possible. Since we’ll be renting a truck and moving her ourselves, he wants to be able to cross the mountains safely before bad weather sets in. I don’t think we’re going to make his earlier-than-planned “deadline” because there’s still so much left to do and only so many hours in the day to do them in. But he’s being extremely stubborn on the subject so we’ll see who gets the old “I told you so” bragging rights in the end (LOL)!!!!! ;-)


    Hi, rgcviper! :-) Happy 26th anniversary, Girlfriend! Hope you and your hubby had a really great day today! :-)

    hendelca: Sorry to have missed your 42nd anniversary this past Tuesday. I’m afraid the renovation hasn’t allowed me to get here very often over the last few months but I saw it on my calendar and wished you a happy one in spirit though. Hope you and your lucky wife had a really wonderful day! :-)

    lightenup: So sorry to hear you have to do a complete re-plumbing job on your house. Since we’re essentially building “a house inside a house” to accommodate everything my mother wants (from her own kitchen to her own laundry room and pretty much everything in-between), we’ve had to install all new plumbing, electrical and HVAC downstairs so I have a pretty good idea at what you’re going through (minus the leaky pipes). Good luck on the project and “party on,” Sis! ;-)


    Hello and Happy Friday, fellow Cathy fans. Hope everyone had a really nice day today! :-)

  7. 6 days ago on Peanuts

    For someone who said (on 10/5) she couldn’t be in love with someone that was “stupid, boring, dull and wishy-washy,” Peppermint Patty sure is upset over “’Ol Chuck” casually mentioning another girl! ;-)

  8. 6 days ago on Stone Soup Classics

    No, I didn’t. But thanks for the response anyhow! ;-)

  9. 7 days ago on Reality Check

    That happened to me once in the past too. That’s why I made it a rule from then on out to never again loan my books to other people to read — no matter WHO they are.

    I love my books and they’re simply too precious to risk getting them back in any condition other than what they’re in to begin with ….. which is like they just came off the bookstore shelf. I don’t open them wide enough to break their spines, write or use a highlighter in them, and I don’t dog-ear their pages to act as a “bookmark” when I have to put them down for a while. I like my books to look and be pristine and in order for them to stay that way, I handle them very gently. Since there’s no guarantee that someone else will treat my books as lovingly as I do, I just don’t do it. If they want to read something bad enough but don’t want to buy it, then they should go to the town’s library because loaning books out to people who want to borrow them is what they’re in the “business” of doing.

    It may sound harsh but I’d rather they be p.o.‘d at me for not lending it to them and me have my book the way I like it than for me to be p.o.’d at them for returning my book in any condition less than the perfect one they got it in ….. not to mention me being mad at myself for having allowed such a terrible thing to happen in the first place.

  10. 7 days ago on Reality Check

    Why I prefer new books over used, even though they’re more expensive: I positively can’t stand broken spines. I think it’s a complete abomination to abuse good books that way! :-/