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post #4421 of 10870 Old 04-12-2013, 12:07 PM
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Yeah, I've got a pro plumber & pro electrician, and I can get help if we find bad wood. But I'll be the one putting up new sheetrock, tape/bed/texture, paint, and tile.
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post #4422 of 10870 Old 04-12-2013, 12:19 PM
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That's great! It saves so much money! My husband doesn't like electricity, but my nephew is a Master Electrician, so if it's not something we can't do he can. We just need a plumber in the family now, for those other things we can't do! Lol But, been married 31 yrs, have only had to call the plumber once!
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post #4423 of 10870 Old 04-12-2013, 01:04 PM
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Happy Friday peeps! I hope you all have fun and relaxing weekends - no wild hogs, busted water lines, foal watch, school work, or desire to kill any one!
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post #4424 of 10870 Old 04-12-2013, 01:30 PM
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Aren't you lucky ;)

Good news, vet visit went well. She did so much better than I thought and he said she looks great!

On bath remodeling: We did ours real cheap. Got some good deals. If you are close to IKEA, they have an as-is section, where we have gotten things 50% off, just because they were old display or returned from someone that changed their mind. Go during the week though.
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post #4425 of 10870 Old 04-12-2013, 01:43 PM
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Most definitely an awesome Friday!

Hdy CC, dh has offered hog excavation and/or extermination if your interest???

Hope everyone has a great weekend, it's going to be gorgeous!!!
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post #4426 of 10870 Old 04-12-2013, 01:49 PM
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Most definitely an awesome Friday!

Hdy CC, dh has offered hog excavation and/or extermination if your interest???

Hope everyone has a great weekend, it's going to be gorgeous!!!

Haha I offered to take care of that hog too, but it will have to wait until I get there in June! I don't know if she wan't to put up with 2 more months of terror LOL
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post #4427 of 10870 Old 04-12-2013, 02:04 PM
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Happy Friday everyone! Sounds like this week has not gone well for some of us. I ordered some jewelry on FB and when I opened the package last night, one of the necklaces was broken! Going to have to fix that tonight. I'm taking professional pictures with Henny this weekend to celebrate his birthday! Super excited about that :)
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post #4428 of 10870 Old 04-12-2013, 02:15 PM
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Whew. Glad everybody is resolving their issues now! Hmmm... lots of opportunities for more pics this weekend, too!
My "help" at the barn had a medical procedure done today and I have a rehearsal dinner to get to tonight, so I zipped out to feed my two on my midday break (I have two class periods off, one right after anohter). I scarfed down a burger & soda on the way out there, and after being out in that gorgeous sunshine, I feel I am now ready for a nap, especially knowing that it will be a long night! Just need to give tests in two more classes, and then rat race part II is on! There goes the bell :)
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post #4429 of 10870 Old 04-12-2013, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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Oh myyyyy ... now my friends at the feedstore are calling ME because they have new chicks in .. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaarhhhhhg.

Well, I AM giving all my banties to my bff .. so I COULD use a couple more ......
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post #4430 of 10870 Old 04-12-2013, 02:27 PM
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OnA, the morning/noon Sun always makes me sleepy, too! I've refrained myself from plopping down right then and there to Sun bathe. Lord knows I'd burn to a crisp in minutes!

TG, you can never have too many chickens
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