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January 18th, 2019

It's supposed to rain very hard, starting this afternoon. Why am I not in gear, getting things done before that happens? Beats me.  Guess I'm still worn out from the last 8 cats here.  I took them home yesterday, but most of the dirty traps are still in the car.  Exhaustion set in.  Then I just kind of sit around, mak

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January 17th, 2019

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January 16th, 2019

[Pauling as Administrator] In 1935, after being diagnosed with colon cancer, A.A. Noyes knew that he would soon have to step down from his position as Chairman of the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the California Institute of Technology. As such, Noyes began planning how best to transition his administrat

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I got nine cats fixed Monday but only four from the new large KB colony.   I think there are at least 30 cats out there.  When KATA said they were not using 8 reservations today, I snapped them up. I returned the six cats left to overnight with me yesterday morning.  First I returned the two from the Griggs Road colony

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January 15th, 2019

January 14th, 2019

I took 9 cats up to be fixed today. The three Kennel Road cats, a mom and her two kittens, all girls.  Her little boy was given away to a couple two roads east and I'd gotten him fixed last week.  That lady gave this lady my number.  It's good these three are now also fixed. Bonnie, the mom, fixed today. Tiny, a

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Week 2 in my 2019 #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. Had a quiet week. I enjoy the peaceful weeks of mid-winter after the holiday craziness, and this week was not at all disappointing in that regard. I am also loving this new digital format. So easy to change and edit and fiddle and fix anything I want. Total freedom is

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Sunny weather during the day around these parts last couple of days.  But cold!  Nights are well below freezing. Nonetheless, early yesterday morning, off I went to trap the last cats at the Griggs colony.   That's Jack's colony.  He's the orange tabby in the bathroom, the one who was exposed to ringworm (thus far n

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January 13th, 2019

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January 12th, 2019

tomblachford.com

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Check out this post, which someone forwarded to me from a facebook page. This location is extremely residential and bounded by I5, (the interstate), and Highway 20.  However, the cougar could come have come down Spicer.  There are many fields along Spicer, some areas lined in trees.  The fields have sheep in them and

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blog.chaddickerson.com Going old school: how I replaced Facebook with email T

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January 10th, 2019

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January 9th, 2019

[Ed Note: Over the past eleven years, one of the Pauling Blog’s areas of interest has been the exploration of different institutions with which Linus Pauling was affiliated. Posting series authored in support of this interest include examinations of Pauling’s time at The Center for the Study of Democratic Instit

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Things went south for Cheeky, one of the seven cats fixed Monday. She didn't seem right after surgery Monday night.  But I touched an extended paw and she moved and hissed at me, so I thought she was just sleepy. But yesterday morning when I went out to check on the cats, feed them again, and prepare to return them, I sa

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January 7th, 2019

Last night, a woman whose stray cat I took to be fixed, came over with a gift---two pair of boots, one pair knee high, for me! They fit too.  She also brought a bag of clothes.  She's the same size.  There's a nice skirt in the bag I know will go fine with one pair of the boots.  I have a blouse that can go with the sk

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January 6th, 2019

And so it begins: week 1 in my 2019 #digitalbulletjournal #planner. There is a trend in the #bujocommunity to go digital, but without iCrap products, I have to forge my own path using software I can use. Good ol' Excel and Publisher to the rescue! My #bujo is unlike anything I have seen on Instagram, so hopefully I won't ge

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the1959project.com The 1959 Project This looks like another great day-by-day project to follow in 2019. This is my favo

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 Jack is back.  The foster lady ended up finding a kitten with ringworm in her house.   Jack was exposed.  That meant he couldn't be passed along to a shelter for adoption or get a home.   Incubation period for ringworm, once exposed, is anywhere from a few days to three weeks. Treatment can go on for over a month o

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January 5th, 2019

Our trusty vehicle got a flat, apparently on the rugged and rocky road on the way into the sunstone area (Incidentally, location here), so Gary ended up spending an hour or more getting that monster changed. The sun was already low, and getting ourselves set up

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