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Lalagirl

Me-56 FWH-58 Married 38 years 9/2/2021 grown daughters-38&34 12yo GS,9yo GD & 7yo.GD (DD38) and 10yo GD & 5yo GD(DD34). D-day #1-1/06; D-day #2-3/07 Reconciled! Construction Complete. Astra inclinant, sed non obligant

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1 comment posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2022

Dog Training Question - Board and Train

Hi,

Have any of you sent your dog to a board and train program? If so, how did it go - did it help?

I have a 16-month-old neutered German Shepherd who is going to a 14-day program in early June. He's doing great on basic obedience and can do some really cool tricks, but he has issues with impulse control and when he gets amped up he tunes us right the f out. I also believe he has anxiety that is causing some of his unwanted behavior (shredding things, lunging at cars, certain noises set him off)...

Please share your experiences - good and bad.

Thanks!

50 comments posted: Friday, May 20th, 2022

Omylanta That Toenail Ad!

barf barf barf

I know y'all can't make certain ads go away, but my god, the one with the nasty, yellow, broken toenail - the one positive thing I can say is it made me want to skip my snack! tongue laugh

2 comments posted: Thursday, April 14th, 2022

Admin - unable to search for members

Can only see their info when you are on one of their posts and go to their profile from there. If you use the "Search Members" feature, it takes you to your own profile.

Who da heck broke SI? rolleyes shocked

0 comment posted: Friday, February 25th, 2022

Mod Please and Thank You

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1 comment posted: Wednesday, February 16th, 2022

What is the Lightbulb for

I know it's probably noted here somewhere, but I can't find it.

What does the lightbulb next to posts stand for?

4 comments posted: Thursday, January 27th, 2022

Covid Loss of Smell and Taste

Hi SI peeps,

So the VID got me last week. I was fully vaccinated late May (Moderna). Got it from the grandkids. Negative rapid test followed by a positive PCR two days later.

I was surprised when I got the call that it was positive - I felt great. Until 2 days after the call. Stale headache, low-grade fever, super tired. No trouble breathing, sat levels perfect.

Then Sunday, goodbye taste and smell. JUST. LIKE. THAT. GONE. I cannot smell ANYTHING - not even the dog poo I pick up! laugh I can "taste" sweet, salty, sour, spicy, but no flavor. It's really hard to explain.

It sucks and TBH, I'm scared and a little depressed. This is awful. I know it could be worse, but of course I HAD to look up how long it takes to get your sense of taste and smell back and I read everything from a couple weeks, to a month, to months, to never, and then when it does come back, everything smells awful.

For those of you who have had COVID and "took leave of your senses" laugh - what was the outcome? Honest answers even if not good, please and thank you.

11 comments posted: Thursday, September 9th, 2021

People Returning Pandemic Pets

I was just watching the news - animal shelters that were empty during the pandemic are now full. Not because of new animals entering, but because people who got animals during the pandemic are returning them because their lives are getting back to "normal" and they can't take care of them anymore.

Are people that fucking stupid? Did they think the pandemic would last forever? Do they think these precious babies are stuffed animals that they can just give away/toss aside when things get real?

We got a puppy in March. Before I brought him home, I already looked into doggie daycare/dog walker options because I knew at some point I would return to the office. That time has come (3 days a week) and he's set up for daycare and he really loves it. Is it cheap? No. But I would not have gotten the dog if I did not research the cost of properly owning one.

This does NOT include foster animals - foster families are awesome! That's what these people should have done if they were not going to make these poor animals a true part of their family. Now they sit in shelters not knowing what they did to deserve that.

[This message edited by Lalagirl at 8:24 AM, July 27th (Tuesday)]

17 comments posted: Tuesday, July 27th, 2021

Yay! Grandkid Pix!

Christmas 2018.

So funny - The Fab Five just did not want to sit still for five seconds and take a Norman Rockwell type portrait. So here are the ones that we got - all adorable - gotta love them. And given that they are five children ages 9 to 2, and they had been opening a crap-ton of gifts (first from Santa, then from us), AND they ate sugar...it could have been much worse...lol!

Enjoy!

Finally - 2 yo DGD decided she was DONE. And 4yo DGD looking at her like WTH!

[This message edited by Lalagirl at 10:19 AM, January 10th (Thursday)]

7 comments posted: Thursday, January 10th, 2019

Lalagirls Wants to Party

7k posts (I just noticed that myself)....

Let's par-tay!

11 comments posted: Tuesday, September 25th, 2018

Yay! Grandkid Pix!

So...four of my fab five grandkids are in school!

Can you believe it?

DGS9 - 4th grade

DGD6 - 1st grade

DGD5 - Kindergarten

DGD4 - Pre-K

This little one (DGD2) is not yet in school, but she goes to daycare "baby school" 3 days a week...

9 comments posted: Wednesday, September 12th, 2018

My Grandson - Time Flies Too Fast

Many SI "old timers" have "known" my DGS since the day he was born on June 25, 2009. He's the first of five awesome grandchildren (aka - "The Fab Five") and the only boy. I can't believe he's going to be nine! From roly poly baby with beautiful eyes and lashes to die for to handsome young man with beautiful eyes and lashes to die for...and his personality is just as beautiful...and I'm not just saying that because he's my DGS.

11 comments posted: Friday, June 8th, 2018

The Private Lives of the Tudors

Has anyone read it?

I'm about 25% through it and love it! One thing is certain - kings, queens, and all the court were not afforded much privacy at all. Especially kings and queens as they were the property of the people and were expected to produce heirs. People looked on as newlywed royalty consummated their marriages -- this was normal and expected!

It was also expected that monarchs hid signs of aging as perception was reality. Queen Elizabeth I put on gobs of white foundation, which ended up containing extremely high levels of lead.

Lots of really awesome detail about clothing, food, shelter, customs, etc., etc...

If you're not a Tudor-era enthusiast, don't buy it. It's definitely for us who love all things Tudor.

0 comment posted: Friday, May 19th, 2017

Yay! Grandkid Pix!

I love Easter pictures! Hope you love these as well!

The whole brood...DH, me and the grandkids (L to R) - DGD 9m, DGD 2.5, DGS 7.5, DGD 4, DGD 5.

Enjoying their day hunting eggs and being with each other.

12 comments posted: Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

Finally Got All Five Grandkids in a Picture!

Here's my lovely crew:

DGD 2.5, DGS 7.5, DGD 6 months, DGD 4, DGD 4 (will be 5 next month)....

Yes, the baby is falling in the crack of the couch...and DGD 2.5 is pissed off...but YOU try to get five in one shot!

10 comments posted: Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

Yay! Grandkid Pix!

Some recent pics of my grand-brood

A few from Halloween (left to right) - DGD2, DGS7, DGD3, DGD4, and DGD4months

DGD4 - such a great big sister to DGD 4 months!

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DGS7 - finally lost some teeth!

DGD3 - first time away from mommy...going to preschool 2 days a week...and she loves it!

DGD2 - This pretty young lady is quite the firecracker..."willful"... I love her spunk!

9 comments posted: Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Yay! Grandkid Pix!

GS6 - "crazy hair day" at school

GD4 - in her St. Patty's Day regalia

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GD3 and her mommy

GD19mos. - our crazy girl! And one with her sister (GD3)

And last but not least - granddaughter-to-be (DD is 25 weeks, this pic is 23 weeks) - already a yoga master.

4 comments posted: Thursday, March 24th, 2016

Yay! Grandkid Pix!

DGS 6 - starting first grade!!

DGD 3

DGD 2

DGD 1

Misc pix:

10 comments posted: Monday, August 10th, 2015

Yay! Grandkid Pix!

Some pics from the holidays...enjoy!

Peanut girl (just turned 2)

DD30 & the two, two-year-olds (one is hers, the other is DD27's - she'll be 3 next month)

GS5 & GD 4 months visiting with Santa (the two, two year olds screamed their heads off when we put them on Santa's lap, so that was a no-go)

Best big brother and cousin!!

The newest beauty - 4 months

My DDs' families:

Me lovin on one of my four angels:

Our Christmas tree - lots of stuff!

The whole brood - interesting photo shoot attempt which left the baby in tears.

Me & DH's pride and joy - the whole reason we have these wonderful grandchildren!!

7 comments posted: Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

Yay! Grandkid Pix!

DD 30's brood (DGS 5; DGD 23 months; DGD 10 weeks)

DD 27's DD (she will be 3 in February) - she is "Spidermangirl"

DGD 10 weeks - our little pumpkin and doing great with "tummy time"!

11 comments posted: Thursday, November 6th, 2014

Funny Story...Gotta Love Two Year Olds

Preface: My 2.5 year-old DGD is learning about "stranger danger" in daycare and is learning what to say and do should a stranger approach her.

DD talking to DGD about Halloween etiquette:

DD: DGD, what do you say when they answer the door?

DGD: Trick or Treat!

DD: What do you say after they put candy in your bag?

DGD: I don't WANT your candy!

Oops...a slight mixup there . No worries, she had the whole "trick-or-treat/thank you" down pat on Halloween night!

6 comments posted: Thursday, November 6th, 2014

Granddaughter Almost 8 Weeks Old!

And happy as she can be!

4 comments posted: Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

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