EB - 2006-04-18 14:32:18
I can't WAIT until August!!!
EB - 2006-04-18 14:47:21
Oh, also, as I was reading about the snake venom vaccine, I was wondering if they have it available out here where I live. We're not so teaming with rattlesnakes, mind you, but we do have a fair share of copperheads. I mean, if I am considering checking into it for little Winston who is a very indoor dog and when he goes outside it's on the golf course, I can't believe Mom is all "mmmhmmmmm" about it for her all-the-time outdoor dogs on the farm, which is a rattlesnake's heaven! Grrr...
Val - 2006-04-18 15:25:39
You're Unitarian aren't you?
laura - 2006-04-18 15:36:08
Val, we're with a nondenominational Bible church, and definitely not Unitarian.

EB, just another example of mom's talent for refusing to recognize the obvious.
Miz S - 2006-04-18 17:44:07
Quit distracting me. I've got work to do here.
Val - 2006-04-18 20:49:11
We're Unitarian--well, my husband is a jew and I'm pretty much a heathen--but I was raised Unitarian. And those are some pagan-holiday-lovin people.
natalucci - 2006-04-18 21:45:11
Your description of the dogs at the vet reminded me of when my little puppy was sick and his vet was taking his temperature a la the back door, and Peter yelped and howled like he was having all his toe nails pulled out one by one, and with each yelp the thermometer sticking out his butt would bounce up and down. I remember feeling so bad for him I almost couldn't laugh at him. Almost.
Syllie - 2006-04-19 11:32:38
My dad's a Unitarian, though he was raised Episcopalian. Not to be self-defecating or anything, but I'm not really sure what I am.
sfk - 2006-04-20 09:21:48
I'm buddhist! Is there a prize?
Patty - 2006-04-20 23:43:44
Was your mom all, hmmm, interesting (secretly thinking inside, I love my dogs, but 28 trips to the vet, no way)? Or does the vet just make a house call when you have 14 dogs? Or does she not really have 14 dogs either? ...

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