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        08-06-2013, 12:36 PM
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    I have INTERNET!!!! YAY
    I am so happy .. I hope the connection isn't to bad.

    Fair horse show starts tomorrow! I have to get horses ready tonight!!! OMG I have so much to do.
    And I had to take the kittens in to get fixed today. The drive was Crazy I do not like city driving. I almost was run off the road 2 times and some one about rearended me.
    Tomorrow we have to be at the fair grounds by 7 and I'm supposed to pick up the kittens at 7;15. They are going to let me come in when I can cause it is a hour and a few to get there from the fair grounds.
    I have not had time to read everyones posts . I'm sorry :( I have been so busy.

    I hope you all have a great day And I will get pictures as I can to you of the show..

    (((((HUGS)))))
         
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        08-06-2013, 12:41 PM
      #12142
    Yearling
    Just popping in for a moment to vent about work. It is only Tuesday and this has been one of the most trying weeks of my career.

    Seriously, I am making people angry no matter what I do..and I end up getting angry myself. And when I get angry, I cry. I am not an emotional person and when I am sad, it takes a lot to make me cry, but when I get mad "Watch out!" , the tears start flowing.

    And because I don't want anyone to see me cry....ever...i end up going out and getting in my car, letting it all out and then work the rest of the day looking like crap.

    Yeah, it's been a fun two days at work.

    Uhhhhgggggggggggggggg!

    Sorry this isn't horse related, but just needed a quick diversion.

    Is it Friday yet?
         
        08-06-2013, 12:58 PM
      #12143
    Green Broke
    Lori, I'm glad you have your Gore Web back and up to speed. I hope the fair goes well for y'all the rest of the week. Can't wait to see pics.


    Ladona, I'm sorry to read about such a crappy start to your week. Just look forward to tomorrow and enjoy it as hump day. If need be you could always start it early when you get home from work this evening. Call your DH up and tell him your need to have Hump day start a few hours early. I have a hard time imagining him refusing to accommodate your need.

    Hope this helped put a quick smile on your face. Wipe those tears away and remember what you'll be doing when you get home and that all these things happening are just to improve the enjoyment of the pressure release this evening.
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        08-06-2013, 01:02 PM
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    Ladonna (((((HUGS)))))) I know how you feel I get the same way.. some toimes we just need to take a mental day. When I do that I go spend it with animals. They always make me smile
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        08-06-2013, 01:03 PM
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    Rick your a DORK!!!
    but we love ya!
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        08-06-2013, 01:08 PM
      #12146
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Critter sitter    
    Rick your a DORK!!!
    but we love ya!
    I'm sure there is a point here, but I fail to see it...
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        08-06-2013, 02:22 PM
      #12147
    Yearling
    Yep, that did put a smile on my face. Especially because if I actually did that my hubby would be in shock. LOL Thanks for the laugh! Speaking of hump day....

    Has anyone seen the Geico commercial with the camel saying "guess what day it is?"

    That one makes me giggle each time. Silly camel!

    See, I am cheering up. It helped that my boss told me he had my back in this latest situation. Always good to have the support of the boss.
         
        08-06-2013, 02:38 PM
      #12148
    Green Broke
    The camel commercial is what I thought of as soon as I thought of offering that advice. Lol

    Glad I could help.
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        08-06-2013, 03:14 PM
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    Originally Posted by Roadyy    
    Lori, I'm glad you have your Gore Web back and up to speed. I hope the fair goes well for y'all the rest of the week. Can't wait to see pics.


    Ladona, I'm sorry to read about such a crappy start to your week. Just look forward to tomorrow and enjoy it as hump day. If need be you could always start it early when you get home from work this evening. Call your DH up and tell him your need to have Hump day start a few hours early. I have a hard time imagining him refusing to accommodate your need.

    Hope this helped put a quick smile on your face. Wipe those tears away and remember what you'll be doing when you get home and that all these things happening are just to improve the enjoyment of the pressure release this evening.

    O/K I'll do it, i'll bite
    Please explain. What is a HUMP DAY
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        08-06-2013, 03:19 PM
      #12150
    Yearling
    Stan, up here, Wednesday is referred to as "hump day" because it means the week is over half over and you made it over the hump! It is all downhill from there! :)
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