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June 16th, 2019

git.sr.ht ~sircmpwn/openring Nice throwback idea—syndicate a few posts from weblogs you like on your own weblog. This is a

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June 14th, 2019

I went on a last second camp trip last couple of days. I left Wednesday about 2:30 and was back about the same time today (Friday). A woman invited me.  Her husband was in respite care for a short time, and she, his primary caregiver, was trying to get some relaxation in. Anyhow, she'd bought a site for two nights down

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June 13th, 2019

nrempel.com De-Googling My Life This is another great post about changing digital habits, google edition. This is feeling more poss

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June 12th, 2019

[Pauling as Administrator] Though pressures related to his political activism began to pose more and more problems for Linus Pauling, he was largely able to maintain effectiveness in his position as Chairman of the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the California Institute of Technology. Notably, in the mids

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I briefly had some kittens from the trailer park here.  They come, they go. In the brief time here, we play like crazy, I can't help it, they make me so happy. I brought two of the 11 trailer park kittens here, while trapping all those adults to be fixed, going back and forth, scrounging more spay neuter reservations, an

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June 11th, 2019

inessential.com inessential: My Blogging Setup These Days Brent Simmons on his blog tech

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June 10th, 2019

I was doing my normal weekend cat round up.  I thought I was going to trap a few of the Sweet Home cats I originally was to trap and transport to the FCCO.  I realized I couldn't actually do that, trap clear up in Sweet Home, going back and forth, then drive clear to Portland with the cats, then muster up to get up after

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Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Luke Fortier a young entrepreneur who is the owner o

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Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Luke Fortier a young entrepreneur who is the owner o

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June 7th, 2019

Andrew at Highriser in Melbourne has a post about trendy spots in his town. I got to thinking, does Albany have any trendy areas, neighborhoods?   I can't think offhand what would make a place trendy, unless its an area everyone talks about and wants to visit and take photos. I like the Pix theater, downtown.  It's r

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June 6th, 2019

The last three Sodaville kittens left me. The darling black tux girl went to a Corvallis man who had adopted a feral kitten from me way back in 2004.  She died a couple years ago and his other cat died recently.  I'll get her fixed for him in a couple months. Bayou and Cajun, here since Monday, also left today.  They a

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I'm not great at the whole gardening thing, and I'm not really into flowers, but I grew these Penstemon plants in my junk soil next to my utility boxes. These are a native species, and they are rugged, drought tolerant, easy to care for plants. Penstemon flowers attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and both bumblebees and hon

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June 5th, 2019

Week 22 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. Sweet Oregon Strawberries, Batman! 🍓 It's that time of year, and we're feasting on fresh berries every night. 🍓 The Man and I went clothes shopping this weekend, and we both found things to buy! 🍓 And my grass allergies aren't bothering me this ye

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[Pauling as Administrator] As Chairman of the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the California Institute of Technology, Linus Pauling was obligated to deliver an annual report each year to Institute President Lee DuBridge. As he compiled these reports, Pauling solicited comments from members of the division

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nationalparktypeface.com National Park Typeface This is a fun font based on physical router templates

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June 4th, 2019

I got worn out yesterday.  I took nine cats to be fixed. I suppose this wore me out more than usual because of the driving involved.  One tame boy from Lebanon was fixed at Heartland in Corvallis.  The other 8 were fixed in Salem.  So I drove first to Salem with 8, then to Corvallis with 1.  Then I drove to Sodaville

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Week 21 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. When I became a homemaker four years ago, I didn't realize that I would never get a day off. There is always something that needs to be done or could/should be done and never enough hours in the day or money in the bank to do it all. Days totally off don't

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June 3rd, 2019

Week 20 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. We paid off my car and bought a new one for The Man! We didn't expect to be rushing out to get him a car so soon, but, after serious negotiation, some honest conversations, and getting our bank to drop our interest rate over 1%, we just couldn't pass up th

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June 2nd, 2019

The new colony has about 10 adult cats.  There were also 7 kittens, that I saw at least. By last night, when I asked her to put the tame male in a carrier, to get him out of the mix for trapping this morning, two kittens at least had been hauled off by a neighbor. I took two others, including that strangely tiny long hai

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