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The Chit Chat Chit Chat Thread

StarWarsGirl

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I've resumed harness training both cats. I bought Belle a new harness because she could easily escape off the other one. She did well. Got the harness on with no problem, we went outside and she was content to sit on my lap. Then, she jumped on the ground and immediately decided it was a bad idea and started meowing to get back up. Then, I brought her back in and she ran around the house trying to get the harness off. She discovered she couldn't, and then started meowing for help. :hilarious:

Jasmine fought the new harness. Like, fought. I took her out. Something must've spooked her because she was most content for me to hold her while looking around, and this is a cat who does NOT like being held. I put her on the table, and she curled up against me and looked around.

I left the harness on her, gave her treats, and gave her some wet food as positive reinforcement. She still wasn't thrilled.

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MinnieM123

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Has anyone else tried the Bodygym (the one that Marie Osmond advertises on an infomercial)? Basically it's a bar with an elastic band thing that adjusts to a bunch of different exercises. I bought it for my shoulders and neck area to stretch out, after tensing up at the computer at work. It's surprisingly good for that.

Anyway, my dog HATES it. :p Haven't a clue why, but anytime I try to lift or stretch with it, he doesn't stop barking and pacing . . . must be a dog thing . . . Then again, I'm not the most coordinated person, and maybe he's trying to protect me from myself? :hilarious:
 

figmentfan423

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Has anyone else tried the Bodygym (the one that Marie Osmond advertises on an infomercial)? Basically it's a bar with an elastic band thing that adjusts to a bunch of different exercises. I bought it for my shoulders and neck area to stretch out, after tensing up at the computer at work. It's surprisingly good for that.

Anyway, my dog HATES it. :p Haven't a clue why, but anytime I try to lift or stretch with it, he doesn't stop barking and pacing . . . must be a dog thing . . . Then again, I'm not the most coordinated person, and maybe he's trying to protect me from myself? :hilarious:
Would it surprise you my dh has the Tony Little one with the stronger bands and I'm the only one who ever uses it. It's not my favorite gadget but it's not horrible.
 

Goofyernmost

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Me:D I have an ice cream maker
How much did the ingredients cost? Is it electric.. how much power was used. Did it need dry ice? How much was that? How much time was involved with cleanup and preparation? If it came to a lot less then $2.50 cents then you have my vote. Oh, and pay yourself minimum wage. Is the half priced ice cream starting to sound better? :angelic::hungry:
 

ajrwdwgirl

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@ajrwdwgirl , I know you got a nice jacket recently, but if you also wanted another one to rotate with (we gals need variety ;)), I notice on the Kohls web site that they have quite a few Columbia (the brand you like) jackets on sale through today. (The Columbus Day holiday might be bigger out here, and not sure if Kohls is running the same promotion out in your state; but if interested, maybe take a peek.) They had some nice colors in a wide range of sizes, from fleece to much heavier winter jackets. :) (And another random thought--a hint to hubby for Christmas, maybe?) :angelic:
Thanks for the heads up about Kohls. I should be good on jackets now but maybe I'll see what they have on sale for winter boots. The Kohl's I went to only had winter boots for kids but not adults.
 

ajrwdwgirl

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Has anyone else tried the Bodygym (the one that Marie Osmond advertises on an infomercial)? Basically it's a bar with an elastic band thing that adjusts to a bunch of different exercises. I bought it for my shoulders and neck area to stretch out, after tensing up at the computer at work. It's surprisingly good for that.

Anyway, my dog HATES it. :p Haven't a clue why, but anytime I try to lift or stretch with it, he doesn't stop barking and pacing . . . must be a dog thing . . . Then again, I'm not the most coordinated person, and maybe he's trying to protect me from myself? :hilarious:
I don't have the device you were talking about, but whenever I do any yoga my dog hates it. She acts like how you described Jack acting. Dogs are weird.
 
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