Because of course Eat Sleep Fly Fish Repeat shirt. Fucking Linda couldn’t handle you buying a house as people do. And of course, Fucking Linda tried to take over the process so it could be her process. Nowhere near you, but I’ll think positive thoughts for your move to go well (in between quietly giggling at Fucking Linda thinking she’ll bag a rich guy in Malaysia). May your truck Tetris be successful, the weather is reasonably cooperative, and when you’re done, may your pizza be hot and your beer is cold, in the FSM’s name, r’Amen.
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Here in Canada, we at least get six seasons: winter, still winter, roadwork, “did we move to the surface of the sun?”, more roadwork, almost winter Eat Sleep Fly Fish Repeat shirt. They all line up pretty nicely to two months of the year, starting with winter in Jan/Feb. Most therapy does. I try to commit to 6 months of something because sometimes it takes time for stuff to click, but if you were crying it was probably working. EFT is a do it yourself and that a lot of us have had good luck with (emofree.com) if you hate doing it solo. I’ve done it for years but at this point, I need someone else to point me to the shit I’ve been avoiding. Greenfield, you say. That is mighty tempting, but I am going to have to pass on that offer. But stay strong, let the cold and coyotes defeat her for you. Just be careful of the wild turkeys. Some people in Greenfield are getting very concerned about the ‘coyotes’. I have not seen one. But others are reporting it on facebook. But, sometimes they get jumpy on there. I live in a first tier suburb of the Twin Cities. Over 2 million in the metropolitan area. And yet, I have seen a coyote (they are ugly) an opossum (ditto on ugly) lots of foxes, mostly red, but saw a grey one, once, and we have a herd of deer that live here and regularly drink all the damn water from the bird bath so the birds don’t get any. (Husband puts a heater in it, so there’s a bit of open water in winter.). Could be. Our house is a fill-in in an older neighborhood–most of the homes are post-WWII or 1960’s. The way they platted the area, there is a small pond at the back of several lots in an arc around it. But the coyote I saw was actually trotting along very early in the morning, just below the Crocus Hill area in St. Paul, as I drove to my nutrition club.