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  1. Thread: hoarders

    by BirdOfPray
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    Hmm... extra motivation for me to finish up my...

    Hmm... extra motivation for me to finish up my current reading material: http://www.amazon.com/Joy-Less-Minimalist-Living-Guide/dp/0984087311/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1283394821&sr=8-1

    I...
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    I think mommy1 has it right -- crying is one...

    I think mommy1 has it right -- crying is one thing; the daycare provider not being aware of the crying is troublesome. I stay home with my two kids (my older son is just a few months younger than...
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    I used to work for the photography department at...

    I used to work for the photography department at a university and we went through terabyte drives really quickly. Granted we were taking a LOT of photos, but they can be filled up sooner than you'd...
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    One of my "best" customer service stories was...

    One of my "best" customer service stories was getting the bridesmaid dresses for my wedding! We ordered and paid for them in January, for an August wedding, because two of my three bridesmaids were...
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    Nuts, I didn't think about that -- right now it's...

    Nuts, I didn't think about that -- right now it's all males. Are they likely to bother her? I could make sure the rest I get are females to correct that if I need to, but I was afraid they'd overrun...
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    Spardas -- maybe someday I'll be that brave, but...

    Spardas -- maybe someday I'll be that brave, but I'm definitely not up to a marine tank yet. It would definitely look cool to have seahorses in there!

    I decided to go with the guppy idea, which is...
  7. We don't really rough it... or you could argue...

    We don't really rough it... or you could argue that camping at all with small children is plenty rough! But we got a tent big enough for my husband to stand up in (he's 6') and it actually has an...
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    We got an Oreck back in January when our Kirby...

    We got an Oreck back in January when our Kirby (as old as I am!) gave up the ghost. I do a thorough vacuuming once a week and sometimes vacuum the trouble areas in between. I use a separate cannister...
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    What would you do?

    As I've mentioned, my 30-gallon tank met with a disaster while I was in the hospital with the new baby, so I'm trying to decide where to go with it from here. All of the fish that were in it are gone...
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    Hopefully, I'm back!

    Sorry I sort of disappeared without notice, but I've missed y'all! Since said disappearance, we've added kiddo #2 to the family. He's happy and healthy -- 8 lbs. 3 oz and 21" at birth, and now 13...
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    Glad you went with option B! My husband and I...

    Glad you went with option B! My husband and I each get a little bit of "blow money" each month that we can spend on whatever we want (including saving up for larger purchases) so the money wouldn't...
  12. Thread: Hobby's!!!!

    by BirdOfPray
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    We're cheapskates around here, so most of my...

    We're cheapskates around here, so most of my hobbies are cheap, free, or produce something of value. The fish would be the obvious exception -- unless you count the fact that when I do water changes,...
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    Hey, there's a reason I started with a...

    Hey, there's a reason I started with a disclaimer! ;) My toddler probably knows more about cars than I do...

    Edit: So what IS that thing called, anyway? I hate not knowing because I can't tell...
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    I'm clueless about cars, so my approach has...

    I'm clueless about cars, so my approach has always been to find a mechanic I can trust and stick with them no matter what. I found one really close to home recently and have been very pleased with...
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    Gotta love how that works! We let our little guy...

    Gotta love how that works! We let our little guy participate in the Easter egg hunt at church this year. I gave him a basket that would hold about four eggs, and he wandered around picking them up...
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    Missed this one earlier, but had to comment. For...

    Missed this one earlier, but had to comment. For a long time I didn't think I liked burgers, but as it turns out, I'm just a major burger snob. My family raised beef cattle when I was in high school,...
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    Ugh, don't get me started on yogurt! When my...

    Ugh, don't get me started on yogurt! When my little guy got to the age where yogurt was supposed to be good for him (I guess they don't like to give it to them too early), I started checking out all...
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    I've never tried a pasta maker, but you'll have...

    I've never tried a pasta maker, but you'll have to let us know how it turns out! I've made pasta by hand a few times before but it came out too thick and it sat in the stomach pretty heavily. Wasn't...
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    Yuck, they really do sound ridiculous. I don't...

    Yuck, they really do sound ridiculous. I don't know if they're that bad across the board, but what a messed up industry if they are. I hope it came across clearly that I meant nagging them, not your...
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    Sorry the hubby is still set on TV -- if it were...

    Sorry the hubby is still set on TV -- if it were just you, I'd definitely agree with the suggestions to go without. I haven't had TV since I moved out of my parents' house to go to college, and I...
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    Have you worked your way up to the management...

    Have you worked your way up to the management level yet? That may help if anything will.

    Not quite the same situation, but we had issues with getting our siding company to honor their warranty...
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    Still going up, here! ;) But baby is due in a...

    Still going up, here! ;) But baby is due in a month or two (June 2, give or take a few weeks) and then hopefully I'll be on the weight loss bandwagon. Made myself some maternity clothes recently and...
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    We had a cold front roll in yesterday, so we've...

    We had a cold front roll in yesterday, so we've dropped from the 80's to the 70's. Life is hard. :)
  24. Thread: Allergies

    by BirdOfPray
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    If you do try Claritin, give it a few days before...

    If you do try Claritin, give it a few days before you decide if it's working. It's definitely not short-term relief, but certain times of year it's much more convenient than taking an antihistimine...
  25. Thread: Allergies

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    Does Claritin do any good for you? It's once...

    Does Claritin do any good for you? It's once every 24 hours, and it takes a day or two for it to really get into your system and start working, but it's often a Godsend for me this time of year when...
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