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#16781 Mon 11 Mar 13 8:29am

Kiwi Kris

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From New Zealand
Member since Sun 09 Jan 05

Re: What are you doing right this minute ????

Right now...I'm reporting annoying spam.  roll

Then in an hours time I'm watching Gordon Ramsey's tv programme; Kitchen Nightmares!  thumbsup

Ermm! Spammers are a nightmare too - wish I had a magic wand or a Star Wars thingy-ma-gig to zap the spam away!!!  whistle  crossed wink


Merry Christmas to you ALL! :-)
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#16782 Mon 11 Mar 13 9:32am

Thistledo

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Occupation Retired something or other
From English immigrant in S. Wales
Member since Fri 07 Dec 12

Re: What are you doing right this minute ????

I'm doing likewise Kiwi.  It's getting beyond a joke now.  Today, particularly, it's putting me off visiting this site.  Made worse by the fact that it continues to be frustrating trying to submit anything.

Don't know which is worse, the former, or the latter, grrrrrrr!

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#16783 Mon 11 Mar 13 9:43pm

Kiwi Kris

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From New Zealand
Member since Sun 09 Jan 05

Re: What are you doing right this minute ????

wave Hi there, Thistle, lovely to hear from you despite the "spam saga"!

I'm totally fed-up too, as, my pc plays-up loading pages so my time can be limited sometimes when I visit - especially when it turns out to be SPAM/advertising on the page & I'm looking forward to reading a forumer/or newbie's post....

I'll say it again - spammers are total time wasters!!! roll  angry

Right now...I'm on here quickly then must get sorted this morning (9:40am N.Z. time!) as, I am travelling to my daughters place to look after my 4month old grandson - who is such a sweetie-pie exclaim  big_smile

Oh! Thistle (& Wine-O!), yes my submit button goes blank too - but then I re-click it & then my post enters CyberSpace & is submitted!!!  clap


Merry Christmas to you ALL! :-)
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#16784 Mon 11 Mar 13 11:55pm

cohphanta

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Occupation Book Seller
From Jacksonville, FL
Member since Sun 04 Apr 10

Re: What are you doing right this minute ????

fraking spam


I'm cooking dinner! Not spam though LOL

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#16785 Tue 12 Mar 13 2:14am

JoyYamDaisy

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From Melbourne Australia
Member since Sun 12 Apr 09

Re: What are you doing right this minute ????

I'm minding my daughters black cat for the first time today. He is a wuss puss. He has found a safe place under the shelves behind the bathroom door. He's been there four hours. I think he will come out when Rose comes to pick him up. But I have put water and food near him in case he needs to fortify himself.

It is so hot here (a record breaking hot spell) I am trying not to cook. But I want to make savoury patty cakes (Kye's recipe!) for my niece who is a new mum. I need to get the ingredients today and cook tomorrow morning.

So right now I am thinking of Muffet the cat and Muffins (sort of) to cook. smile

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#16786 Wed 27 Mar 13 1:05am

JoyYamDaisy

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From Melbourne Australia
Member since Sun 12 Apr 09

Re: What are you doing right this minute ????

Right now I am having a coffee after one trip with my daughter and a car full of fragile things to her new house. The truck will do the rest but I am on hand to drive her to the new place to meet the truck. (It is a sweet little place they are renting up a big hill in Heidelberg. Ha, they will get so fit! The station is at the bottom of the hill.)

I notice I have the last post here too. Muffet the cat never did come out from under the shelves. Nick had to drag him out to take him home! The muffins were delicious!

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#16787 Wed 27 Mar 13 6:27am

Kaitlyn

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Occupation Stuff and nonsense!
From California
Member since Mon 07 Sep 09

Re: What are you doing right this minute ????

Hi, JoyYam!  Some insight to Muffet's behavior: your house is new to him.  He's hiding because he wants to see how the humans live before is out among them.   He'll come out either when he's hungry, has to use his box, or when someone familiar shows up.  We had a cat at the office for a few years, and she did the same thing.

Been away for a bit--then tried to get back in and had trouble.  the site just would not allow me back in.  Merlin helped me get back in.   clap

Congrats to your niece; hope the family is doing well.

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#16788 Wed 27 Mar 13 1:35pm

Thistledo

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Occupation Retired something or other
From English immigrant in S. Wales
Member since Fri 07 Dec 12

Re: What are you doing right this minute ????

Sitting down after having just put a loaf on.  Also enjoying the lovely smell of the ham hock cooking in the slow cooker.

Joy, cats do not like to be moved from their normal territory where they are familiar with smells.  They are territorial.

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#16789 Wed 27 Mar 13 6:26pm

JoyYamDaisy

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From Melbourne Australia
Member since Sun 12 Apr 09

Re: What are you doing right this minute ????

Now I am up in the middle of the night (it's 4am here). As soon as I overdo things my sleep gets mucked up! But I will have a cuppa and see if I can sleep again soon.

Kaitlyn and Thistledo thankyou for responding. Poor Muffet *was* letting me know he was out of his own territory, poor fellow. He stayed under the shelves without moving for 5 hours. I have never known a cat be that freaked out. He was in a very quiet house. But I bet right now he is still under the bed at the new house they have moved to. While Miso, their other cat, was ready to start carefully exploring the room after about 10 minutes! Such different personalities!

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#16790 Wed 27 Mar 13 6:42pm

MsPablo

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Occupation Just being me
Member since Fri 28 Mar 08

Re: What are you doing right this minute ????

Joy, ours hid successfully under the many piles of boxes and stuff when we moved for 24 hours.  It was so distressing, we spent hours walking the neighborhood yelling his name, thinking he got out and was lost and neighbors joined in to help us search.  Kitties, gotta love em.

Sometimes when I am over-tired, I find it hard to get good sleep.  Sometimes getting a brief nap (something I rarely am able to do, my body just doesn't want to allow it for some reason) can help me sleep better at night.  Crazy, but hey whatever works.

Right now, I am considering all the stuff I should be doing, but I am in the mood to put it all off.

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