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October 16th, 2019

I am late in posting my usual documentation of the cats fixed. There were the seven from the Lebanon colony, although Gunnie is still here, awaiting a dental option. Black tux male Chinny, so named for his black chin  Black male Ebony Gray male Gunnie with the bad teeth Black male Panther Puppy, a girl

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Week 41 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. I pretended to be a responsible adult this week and did exciting things like getting my flu shot, making important appointments, and fighting with utility companies about why I owe less than I should. Because apparently I feel guilty paying too little.

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[An examination of Linus Pauling’s year as president of the American Chemical Society. This is part 2 of 4.] Having weathered the Henry Wallace controversy, Pauling entered into his presidential year as head of the American Chemical Society, and was immediately apprised of the need to address a significant problem. Na

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Week 40 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. The best chores are the ones that do themselves. 👍 We have had a moss issue on half of our roof, and no amount of spraying or dusting it would kill it. We finally decided to pay someone else to go up there and scrub it off by hand. The guy was worth eve

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October 15th, 2019

I was a little slow to get moving this morning.  I slept a lot of hours though. I was tired, from the weekend, and the trapping and taking the cats to be fixed yesterday. I had put the three kittens in the bathroom where they played up a storm.  But where would they go, I thought.  I shouldn't have worried, as a Felines

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The above photo makes me tear up.  Charlie and Tim.  Tim an old man now, adopted by Kate from me ten years ago.  Charlie was playing Sunday night, when Kate got him home,  even after that lengthy lengthy time in a carrier Sunday.  He's an incredible cat. When she posted the above photo I broke down.  It's so beautifu

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October 14th, 2019

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I'll miss old Charlie plodding around the house, and politely asking to be on my lap. But he will get so much more lap time with Kate. I enjoyed Kate's visit very much.  She is so easy to be around.  I could be my quirky self and she didn't seem to even notice. Before I picked Kate up to head north to Vancouver, I went

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October 13th, 2019

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ourfakehistory.com Our Fake History: What is America’s Weirdes

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Kate came Friday, down from northern Washington state.  First by train, then from Portland by bus.  The bus part of her trip from Portland took a long time.  Congestion is a big problem in trying to move around our state.  There are too many people. I picked her up.  She came in a couple hours after her scheduled arri

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October 12th, 2019

Kate arrived last night, by bus and by train, to pick up Charlie. I picked her up at the bus/train station and we came here to meet him, before she went to her hotel for the night.  He immediately took her lap over!  Kate adopted Tiny Tim from me ten years ago this coming Halloween.  I was trapping a down town colony

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October 9th, 2019

Little Orange Guy began eating like a lion last night.  By this morning he was really really eating. He still has the snuffles. Now he's up north with a friend who is really good with bottle babes who have issues like this. His prospects sure changed since I first saw him mid day Monday and he was so sick and dehydrated

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[An analysis of Linus Pauling’s tenure as President of the ACS, published on the fifty-year anniversary of his holding the office. This is part 1 of 4.] Linus Pauling was elected future president of the American Chemical Society in December 1947. In that capacity, he served as the society’s president-elect for 1

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October 8th, 2019

Death is trying to claim one of the five orange barn kittens, the ones found down in a wall. The ones I tried to find a mom to take back, but in the end, I couldn't because all the moms were lactating and the two I tried to get to take them, when I was getting the adults fixed, wouldn't do it. So they went to a lady in Br

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October 7th, 2019

I was back at it in Sweet Home, twice more, at same colony. I failed at my Sunday morning attempts there.  I thought both tiny kittens would be out and just waiting for food under the still set up drop trap.  But no, I didn't even see them, til I was about to leave, then spotted one sitting on a rock back behind a shed.

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October 6th, 2019

After taking the summer off, my D&D group is gearing up to play again so I've been gathering links. Here are some that I've found useful recently: dwgill: Rollout - New character stat generator. Click the Presets for some good alternate rules you could try. H

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I thought I was just going to trap three teens, who needed fixed, up in Sweet Home. I was loopy when I got up, wanted to sleep longer, dazed and confused I suppose. I got to Sweet Home late, after loading the drop trap and three live traps into the car.   And after driving halfway there with the gas tank empty yellow li

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October 5th, 2019

Ars Technica

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October 4th, 2019

Week 39 in my 2019 #housewife #digitalbulletjournal #digitalplanner. I spent most of my week repainting my mom's porch ornaments. She has a small gnome and a larger frog critter that were quite faded, so I broke out some paint and gave them a fresh look. It was pretty fun actually. I really like the final product. An easy w

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October 3rd, 2019

I'm still worn out from last week.  I haven't even cleaned the traps I used Monday. I won't complain this post, like I did the last one.  I was just in a mood.  I get those, where everything seems bleak and impossible. My brother is back home.  He went home from the rehab place today, after having a stroke a couple we

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October 2nd, 2019

Medium Replace "Crazy" With The Adjective You Actually Mean I am g

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[The third and final installment of our look at Linus Pauling’s experience of the 1919-1920 academic year at Oregon Agricultural College.] Campus life during the 1919-1920 school year was generally more lighthearted than had been the case during the previous few years; a time period defined largely by the horrors of W

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