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    I bet your kitkats would love them.
    Our mutts love the jerky but they love anything edible.
    Especially the baby squirrel yesterday.
    I came close to vomiting.
    Very close. As I was picking up what was left of it,
    Apologizing for my devil dogs.

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    Oh dear! Nature is kind of graphic sometimes, isn't it? I remember once...you might not want to read on...my cats had killed some mice, 3 or 4 of them, and left them lined up near the door so I would see them when I came home from work. I donned some gloves and got a newspaper to dispose them and...one wasn't dead...crawled piteously when I touched it...still have bad flashbacks, I'm such a wimp. However, the cats are usually very good about killing the mice very quickly, very humanely.
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    Yep, they were little gifts for you from your grateful kids

    I saw a strange cat in the yard a few months back, looked skinny, took it out some dry food.
    He ate & was gone. Not even an hr went by and I nearly stepped out on a dead bird,
    looked around and there at the corner of the yard was the cat. Grateful.

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    It's like they think we are too feeble to hunt for ourselves and they have to do it for us!
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    You know, I think I would like the pet chews - they sound pretty good! Salmon skin...mmmm...

    Here I am at work. Yee-haw. My posts will probably be very boring if past history repeats itself. I just don't have anything interesting to say when I'm here.
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    Enjoying booch I left here in the refrigerator last week, meaning it has a bit of age. Excellent! I have a good enough store now that I can let it age for awhile. The taste improves a lot. It is good a couple of days after bottling, but really, really good after a bit more time has passed. Before I left for work, I made a big batch of tea and left it to cool, so I'll be bottling tomorrow.
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    I gave a friend a scoby a few weeks ago.
    Tonite she brought me a bottle of homemade bailey's.
    Jamison Irish whiskey, chocolate vodka, espresso powder, sweetened condensed milk, heavy cream, cocoa powder, vanilla bean.
    I actually found some bailey's glasses we've had for yrs.
    2 ice cubes, filled the glasses up, Lordy, she, DH & I were buzzing along watching that huge harvest moon.
    Fabulous tasting stuff but we gave it up long ago because of the fat phlegm and calories.
    Gigantic, beautiful bottle, but I'll save it for holiday guests and let it find its way home with one of them.

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    Goodness, I haven't had that in years! A little does go a long way!
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    sounds yummy!!! I love Baileys on the rocks!
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    I'm doing this because I'm worth it - because I'm worthy - because I love myself.

    Goals: Healthy mind, healthy body, happy soul.

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    Bailey's Irish Cream was the first thing I bought when I turned 21. I usually have some as a treat when I go on quilting retreat. Tastes great and fun memories. But a big bottle sucks up too much fridge space! I buy a mini, and then, poof! it is gone.

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