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        06-01-2013, 09:26 PM
    Phase III.......a glorious ride!!!!!
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        06-01-2013, 10:31 PM
    Here's to all your kids!!!
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        06-02-2013, 02:12 AM
    Stan! I see you're on. I've lost the msg where (Corgi, I think) told me about photobucket; so got that going, but I forget how to get it to it for here. Any advice, or are you busy?
        06-02-2013, 02:18 AM
    Started my avatar on; little boy (well, could be a girl) petting pony, but applicable to me anyhow, I relate to the feeling
        06-02-2013, 02:20 AM
    & there's NickerMaker; enjoyed the pictures of you & horse of recent posts. I am in awe of you'all.
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        06-02-2013, 02:30 AM
    Green Broke
    I don't use photo bucket I think,

    If you go onto the screen for posting a new post right hand side of the middle top bar is a smile face, to the right a clip icon. Place the curser on that and it will come up attachments, click and a screen with appear on the right. Click on brows and it will go to your photos on your computer. When you have selected a photo double click the photo the screen will appear on the right again and click on up load and wait. It will tell you when it is uploaded as it will appear on the screen then you can select another photo. When you are ready to post it on the message you are posting put your curses on the clip again on the arrow next to the clip it will show the photos you have up loaded and all you do is double click and bobs your uncle Photos posted. As I wrote this I was moving the curser over the screens to see what to write for instructions.

    Hope that works for you

    Stella being caught with her hand in the cooky jar, an attitude adjustmant I caught her trying to slip under the electric wire So I turned it on Sh-t she can move when she wants to.
    Bugs Im innocent and sporting his winter coat.
        06-02-2013, 02:30 AM
    Green Broke
    Originally Posted by tjtalon    
    Stan! I see you're on. I've lost the msg where (Corgi, I think) told me about photobucket; so got that going, but I forget how to get it to it for here. Any advice, or are you busy?

    I have replied Back one post all will be well
        06-02-2013, 02:49 AM
    Kid 4, the lil one, left tonight in massive drama. Don't remember, if I told you all that night, but we watch minor league baseball many Sats. A month ago, a kid jumped up to high five the mascot in the suit, this kid jumps up too, so I assume he's going to do the same, NO he punches he mascot in the head.

    Went to another game tonight, he didn't behave, we addressed it small enough to get him back to his seat, and then in the car we addressed it more. I have three rows of seats in my car, Brad's driving, I am in the passenger seat, kid is in the 3rd row. He comes up over the second row of seats fists balled ready to hit me. I went over the first row, well much of me did. I put my open hand on his shoulder and pushed him back down.

    He claimed I griped him up, and spat in his face, I was yelling, and moving over my seat, so maybe I did spit as I yelled, but it wasn't an out and out spit in his face as he is presenting it. I'd like to think I don't spit as I yell, but it's possible, I suppose.

    Griping him up, no, I didn't. I did the opposite and pushed him back down into his seat.
    It was quite the moment, Brad is driving, and so drifting in his lane, massive yelling, just not good. Kid is gone. I called the emergency number and told them they could get him from the police dept or find a bed for him now. They found a bed, and it was a LONG 30 min drive there with the kid going nuts, and other kids one holding his arm, the other holding his knees.

    My friggin life, I swear. And I am smoking again tonight, will try again tomorrow.

    Sad thing is we got to the new foster home, I gave them a 2 min idea of what was going on, and the emergency case worker should have told them. They asked us all to walk him into the house, so 4 foster parents did. Kid is like 'ma'am you have a beautiful house' and she is saying 'oh thank you dear'.

    Maybe they need a wake up, as they get easy kids typically, it's coming.
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        06-02-2013, 02:56 AM
    Oh in other news, my baseball cutie, is warming up to me. If you ignore the fact that I sit close to the field, and then I yell his name, he looks over and then I blow him a kiss.....

    Well ignoring all that, he blew me a kiss.

    This is the second time now, we are almost dating. LOL.
        06-02-2013, 03:13 AM
    Oh my gosh Alex.....I can't even imagine! does that mean kid #4 is gone for good or for a time out? No wonder you smoke!!

    I like your funny baseball story!

    It's raining really hard here right now.....we don't have an attic, so the rain is really loud on the roof.....sometimes it's comforting, but tonight it's keeping me's blowing too. I always,worry about a tree crashing down on our house....

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