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Reply #1740 - Mar 7th, 2010 at 4:46am
 
Sookie is beautiful!  If the owner isn't looking for her then in my opinion they don't deserve her back!  She looks very comfortable in front of the camera!
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Reply #1741 - Mar 7th, 2010 at 10:15am
 
In the past, I've only asked once if fx. a cat was missing before deciding to keep it.  Of course, if someone had reported it missing, I would've returned it but that's never happened.  That sort of thing upsets me too but I don't think you're doing anything wrong by not advertising that you've found someone else's possibly missing pet. 

People these days, let pets out in all sorts of irresponsible ways.

Btw. your hair looks great. I agree with what Trisha wrote.
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Reply #1742 - Mar 8th, 2010 at 10:18am
 
Sookie is a cutie and looks right at home.   Cool
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Reply #1743 - Mar 15th, 2010 at 11:22pm
 
Thanks everyone for your concern about Sookie.  Actually, we did walk her everyday, asking neighbors if they knew anything about her, or who owned her.  However nothing ever turned up. 

We knew we couldn't keep her as that never was the plan but she also began to get territorial with my husband and me.  Since we were feeding and doting on her.  She didn't want to share that affection, so she'd growl at the cat's and chase them away.

It was so cute to see my husband get protective of the cats.  He set up a doggie hotel in the garage for Sookie, with lot's of ammenities.  Although, I'd ususally let her out and we'd sleep on the living room floor together.  While the cats slept in bed with my husband.

Anyway, I wanted to take her to the shelter to be adopted or euthanized instead of roaming the street, but my husband disagreed.  On our last walk, we unattached the leash.  She followed us a bit at first, but then she went in another direction.  We didn't see but we heard someone call for her and that was the last we saw her.

Yesterday, we noticed new missing dog signs around the neighborhood that weren't there before and they had Sookies face on them and a phone number.  I thought it couldn't be the same dog because we were told that the dog was roaming for at least a month and there weren't any signs then. 

But since it looked so much like her, my husband called the number.  He asked if they'd gotten their dog back and the owner said yes.  He explained that we had the dog for a few days, in which we fed and bathed her and then let her go. The owner said "I know".  That confused me because we've never met or spoken before. Huh  And the woman didn't even say thank you.  In hindsight, I feel that she thought we stole her dog. Huh 

Anyway, aside from those signs being up and making me suspicious about the whole thing, today was wonderful!

I cut some branches from a flowering tree to bring them indoors for a nice spring decoration.  They look like cherry blossoms but I don't know what these trees are.

Also, on the way home, I saw a discarded chair and ottoman set on the curb waiting for trash pick up.  I decided to take them instead.  I put one chair in my back yard, the other I don't think I'll keep for lack of room.

Flowers are blooming or about to bloom...new growth is everywhere!  It's so exciting and I must make my annual report that today I saw my first butterfly of the spring, YAY!!!!  Smiley 
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Reply #1744 - Mar 15th, 2010 at 11:25pm
 
The chair I found.
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Reply #1745 - Mar 15th, 2010 at 11:41pm
 
Its good that the dog got back to its owner, and I agree it is strange that it took so long for the owner to post the notice.  Maybe the dog goes missing for long periods of time as a matter of course.
I find it weird she didn't thank you for taking such good care of her "beloved"? pet.

The branches are so pretty!  They look great on your table.
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Reply #1746 - Mar 16th, 2010 at 12:13am
 
Who knows? Perhaps they felt guilted into taking it back seeing that we were trying to hard to locate them.  It was strange.

I'm glad you like the branches!  I need to find out what they are and how to keep them healthy for as long as I can.
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Reply #1747 - Mar 16th, 2010 at 3:47pm
 
The branches are pretty.  Maybe they're a hybrid of a chrysathanimum?
Some people are strange..........If it were me,thank you would have been the first thing I said.  Who knows,maybe they thought they said it or thought they did. Undecided
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Reply #1748 - Mar 16th, 2010 at 10:57pm
 
I wasn't really looking for a pat on the back.  I just didn't like the way she said it, as though I did something wrong.  But that could've just been my weird perception of the whole thing. Undecided

Anyway, thanks for the potential lead on the tree.  I'll look that up. Smiley
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Reply #1749 - Mar 17th, 2010 at 1:30pm
 
People are weird, period. 
--Is that perhaps a pink dogwood?  I can't see the blooms clearly enough to tell. 
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Reply #1750 - Mar 17th, 2010 at 3:44pm
 
Ding, ding, ding, yay, that's it!  A pink dogwood tree! Cheesy  Thanks, Trisha!  I would love to grow one if I could. 

Easter: My husband and I are thinking of dying eggs this year, I haven't done that since I was a wee little one.  Only thing is, we don't want to do pastels.  We want to make faberge looking eggs.  Dark tones and rhinestones.  I think it'll be fun, but we aren't sure those dye colors exhist. 

I suggested that if we can find the dye, that we only do 6 eggs, 3 a piece.  Then, he could eat his 3 and I'd eat mine and it wouldn't be too much.  He said that people don't eat Easter eggs.  He said they're just for decoration and then thrown away after Easter. Huh 

Is that everyones reality?  As a kid, we always ate ours along with the jellybeans, chocolates and whatever else. Huh
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Reply #1751 - Mar 17th, 2010 at 9:31pm
 
Prior to my pescatarian lifestyle..........we as kids ate our Easter eggs,too!
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Reply #1752 - Mar 17th, 2010 at 11:33pm
 
I eat Easter eggs!
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Reply #1753 - Mar 18th, 2010 at 12:35am
 
Your husband is the first person I've ever heard of who doesn't eat his Easter eggs (what a waste), so yeah, he's definitely wrong. Wink

We keep ours in the fridge after Easter and eat them as a snack or sometimes turn them into deviled eggs. ...
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Reply #1754 - Mar 18th, 2010 at 11:33am
 
I always ate my Easter eggs!
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