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post #1 of 11 Old 09-29-2008, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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Poor hubby's bad day

Ok, I know it's horrible, but when I got back from lunch and read this e-mail from him I was almost crying from laughing so hard. I'm so glad he's ok. All it takes is falling the right way for him to break his neck, so that's scary, but seeing as how I got an e-mail I know he's alive.

I also told him to immediately take a long hot soak in the tub, lots of medicine, and get to bed. He's had a long enough day.

Oh, and thank God for solid surface flooring. If we had carpet we'd be in quite a mess right now - literally.

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I was outside for only 10 minutes filling water dishes, visiting with torts etc. and all **** broke loose in our room: One of the dogs has really bad "D" word and instead of heading outside...you know where the door was standing wide open.....it **** all, and I mean all over the bed room floor. Closet, your side, my side, end of bed......What got my attention was a loud CRASH! that sounded like it came from the bathroom.......I flew (ok my version of running fast...all right maybe hobbled...but it was fast as ****...sort of) I stepped down from the computer room into our room and...slipped in ****...yup, took my legs right out from under me..... I laid there for quite a while because I could not move all the while praying I wasn't laying in ****..Luckily most of my fell back onto the step. When I was finally able to move, I learned that I missed the **** (glass half full baby!) I staggered / limped to the bathroom and could only open the door a crack. I panicked because I could see the sink tipped over and only part of Tyson and he wasn't moving. Not to worry, he was fine. Tyson got himself trapped in the bathroom and panicked. He tore the sink off the wall and knocked it down @#$%^&%!!! ........................To top this all off, did I mention that there is a front coming thru?? How about It feels like I broke my ribs and my neck in the fall (no nothing is broken) However, I have stayed calm.....for now........
Poor guy. He's having a rough day. And here I am getting to enjoy the eye candy that came in to sell us wine. Bad, bad wife!!
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post #2 of 11 Old 09-29-2008, 06:55 PM
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Awwwww Poor guy!!! but that story is priceless!!!! :P

Be strong and courageous, and do the work. Don't be afraid or discouraged by the size of the task, for the Lord God, my God, is with you. He will not fail you or forsake you.

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post #3 of 11 Old 09-29-2008, 09:38 PM
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I feel bad... but I must laugh.. because that was funny! poor guy...

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post #4 of 11 Old 09-29-2008, 09:49 PM
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poor hubby

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post #5 of 11 Old 09-29-2008, 11:21 PM
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Poor guy, poor dog. Glad everyone turned out injury free.
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post #6 of 11 Old 09-29-2008, 11:42 PM
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the dog pulled out the sink!!!!!!!
thats funny im glad everyone is ok though

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The dog in the story is a Rottie. A big, slobbering, happy go lucky, goober of a Rotti.

Poor hubby. Is he injured enough for Dash's world famous cream chees coffee crumb cake? Dunno if it's cold enough to mail some yet ....

remember to kiss alllllllllllllllllllll the boo boos.

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post #8 of 11 Old 09-30-2008, 11:00 PM
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lol i know but i thought sinks were pretty much super glued to the wall....i dont really know i've never really had a big dog for more than a few months....

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Dashie, you be careful offering that coffee cake for injuries. Everyone in my family is willing to break their own limbs for that stuff!! It's sinful!!

The sink and rottie story is nothing. I had a mastiff once that had a litter of pups. She refused to care for them so I took them to the vet to make sure they were okay. He gave them a clean bill of health so I took them home and put them in my bedroom in a big container with a super soft fuzzy blankie to keep them warm, and off I went to the pet store to get milk replacer for them.

I came home, got out of the car, and heard the fire alarm in my house going off. Of course panic immediately sets in and I run to the door, yank it open and am immediately hit in the feet by water.

Huh??

Long story short, she'd had 4 more puppies while I was gone - eventually had 14 total - and decided she wanted her kids. She couldn't get my bedroom door open to get in to them, but the kid's bathroom door was open. Their bathroom backed up to the master bathroom which was off the master bedroom where the puppies were.

So, she chewed a hole in the wall by the kids toilet big enough to fit a 182 pound mastiff and crawled through. In doing so she broke the water line going to the toilet which shot water into the hallway at the ceiling. It was the perfect angle to hit the fire alarm which was electric, so it short circuited and went off. She then broke down my bathroom door to gain access to the bedroom and one by one pulled her puppies out, carried them to my closet and snuggled up with them.

In the meantime the water is still flowing like crazy in the house. Lucikly it ran down the hall away from the bedrooms, into the living room and down the step into the den. The den had 3 inches of water standing in there when I got home.

The best part was calling the cleaning people and telling them I had all that water standing in there. They asked if we'd had a fire and I told them no, that my dog broke a water line. They kind of laughed at me, not believing a dog could do that. Until they showed up at the house and 182 pounds of mastiff flesh greeted them at the door. They were believers instantly!
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OH MY GOSH!!!

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