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    Just got this...


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    ^^ Cute kids!

    Hmmm, how to say that on Talk Like a Pirate Day? ? ?
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    Quote Originally posted by Salmissra View post
    ^^ Cute kids!

    Hmmm, how to say that on Talk Like a Pirate Day? ? ?
    Aarrrgh a couple of fine barnacle scrappers ye got thar....
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    As my son would say....

    Captain jack sparrow...to the rescue!!!

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    we can killz U wid cuteness

    look! kittens!


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    Luke had his baptism yesterday. Yay!
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    I'm sorry. Is my bias showing?

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    My daughter recently got to experience her first tide pool with my wife and I Check out this excitement!

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    Soooooooooooo.... my wife and I moved into our new house and from day one the cutest little stray dog kind of adopted us. However, his hair was very matted and he had living things nestled in
    his hair, so, my wife dropped him off at the groomers this morning and told them to "clean him up".... ....needless to say, I'm still not sure we got the same dog back. lol. oh well, we'll love him just the same and his hair will grow back I'm told. (I HOPE so!) I am less tha trilled that we now own a poodle. hahaha.











    Isn't that so funny?!? Awww, he really is a sweet little guy.
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    Two of ZG's three cats.

    Tigger and Shadow on the white freaking tile floor.


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    Quote Originally posted by mendelman View post
    Luke had his baptism yesterday. Yay!
    Good job, Mendelman!

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    Quote Originally posted by RichmondJake View post
    Two of ZG's three cats.

    Tigger and Shadow on the white freaking tile floor.
    cool cats! and what's wrong with cats on teh tile floor? Hair tumbleweeds?

    hate to say it but looks like T and S need to go on Atkins... (ducks and runs)

    SayTide, who knew a trixie was hiding under all that hair! Good luck with him, sounds like a keeper for sure!

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    Why there's never any room on the couch at our house:



    Where's the tuna?



    You can't tell from that picture, but she is about the same size as ZG's Tigger, I think.

    What the dog did while we were away (no chewing involved - she just has a shoe fetish, I think )



    Tide, your new poodle-pooch is adorable!

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    Tide, that before-and-after of your pooch nearly made me spit out my tea I was in the midst of drinking. That is too funny. So, does he have a name?

    Cute pics from everybody.

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    Quote Originally posted by Tide View post
    Why do I keep thinking about Sampson and Delilah?

    I don't know, but the poor little guy looks shorn of all dignity!
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    Quote Originally posted by cch View post
    Tide, that before-and-after of your pooch nearly made me spit out my tea I was in the midst of drinking. That is too funny. So, does he have a name?

    Cute pics from everybody.
    His name is Sammy, after Sam the builder who built our home and 'found' him for us. Everyone in the new neighborhood is jealous that we have him, but then again my wife and I were out at 10pm and 7 am trying to find him none of them were.

    He's learning fast, the older dog we have, princess, is putting him in his place. I think he's started to realize he's not a paper trained dog anymore and he goes outside for that stuff.

    Sammy is also getting fuzzier, we should never have to cut him that short ever again, but after he'd been living under the construction trailer for 3 weeks he was pretty nasty, we plan on growing his hair out in the future.
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    Quote Originally posted by Tide View post
    His name is Sammy, after Sam the builder who built our home and 'found' him for us. Everyone in the new neighborhood is jealous that we have him, but then again my wife and I were out at 10pm and 7 am trying to find him none of them were.

    He's learning fast, the older dog we have, princess, is putting him in his place. I think he's started to realize he's not a paper trained dog anymore and he goes outside for that stuff.

    Sammy is also getting fuzzier, we should never have to cut him that short ever again, but after he'd been living under the construction trailer for 3 weeks he was pretty nasty, we plan on growing his hair out in the future.
    First thing I thought of when I saw the pic.
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    Toby Casey Beagle, myself, and a friend enjoying a beautiful Buffalo summer!
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    Quote Originally posted by Tide View post
    Soooooooooooo.... my wife and I moved into our new house and from day one the cutest little stray dog kind of adopted us. However, his hair was very matted and he had living things nestled in
    his hair, so, my wife dropped him off at the groomers this morning and told them to "clean him up".... ....needless to say, I'm still not sure we got the same dog back. lol. oh well, we'll love him just the same and his hair will grow back I'm told. (I HOPE so!) I am less tha trilled that we now own a poodle. hahaha.







    Isn't that so funny?!? Awww, he really is a sweet little guy.

    omg...that is the funniest thing I have seen/heard in a while. Very funny.... I don't think it is the same dog! Do you have a purse to put it in now??
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    Heavy metal Irish music

    In another thread I mentioned my interest in band music. This is what I do for parades (and other events) in GR: haul out the sousaphone. (It's a York, made by the Grand Rapids Band Instrument Co sometime in the early 20th C.) For this parade I fell in with a Catholic HS band which featured a dearth of low brass...and they were playing "Rakes of Mallow," a piece I know backwards and upside-down.
    Planning content: I like living close enough to DT to be able to walk there with a 30-lb horn on my shoulder (driving ain't my thing).
    My buddy is another parade-a-holic who is a regular at the downtown peace marches. We met in the galaxy of Urban Planet.


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    Quote Originally posted by Veloise View post
    In another thread I mentioned my interest in band music.
    I did not know that! I was in a drumline for several years in HS and College!
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    Quote Originally posted by michaelskis View post
    I did not know that! I was in a drumline for several years in HS and College!
    Here's one of my community development, DT-promoting, help-put-my-city-on-the-map activities:
    http://home.earthlink.net/~gr-tubachristmas/details.htm

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    From the Autism Walk last month....me pushing the boys in the double stroller during a brief lull in the rain....

    "Growth is inevitable and desirable, but destruction of community character is not. The question is not whether your part of the world is going to change. The question is how." -- Edward T. McMahon, The Conservation Fund

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    My first full family photo...

    (L-R) my son Ian, me, my newborn son Connor, my beautiful wife.



    And this is my 4-week old son, Connor. Welcome, baby boy!


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    Luke from this past weekend:
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    I'm sorry. Is my bias showing?

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