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The Chit Chat Chit Chat Thread

MouseDreaming

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MySmallWorldof4

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Nope not at all. Dining can only be done 60 days in advance and no fast passes can be made until you are in the park that day. Plus with dining it isn’t a huge deal to dontable service the counter service places are so good. I usually book the Best Western far in advance because that goes quick and it is easy to cancel if I need to.
Sounds like what WDW used to be like not that long ago. I miss those days. I actually feel weird planning the Uni part of our trip for May since I will not be worrying about booking fp's 60 days out. I can just plan what we hope to do.
 

MySmallWorldof4

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Unfortunately neither I or my DH have wiring skillz! I will have to bring it in the house every few weeks to charge it. (USB) Maybe a little bit of a pain, but we have mischief in our neighborhood, especially in the summer, so I've been wanting one for awhile.

If you already have a wired doorbell, it looks pretty easy to wire it up with the existing wires.
Wait, aren't all doorbells wired?
 

MySmallWorldof4

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Songbird76

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This is Toulouse!! I call her Lulu most of the time, though. She's been with me for almost 9 years! I foster one additional dog at a time, but Lulu is my personal dog so I can't get rid of her :joyfull::joyfull:
Awww.....there's an expression in Dutch....they say you're "part of the furniture" when you just fit in and it wouldn't be the same without you. Lulu is definitely part of the furniture. So the fostering thing....how often do you do that, and for how long?
 

dryerlintfan

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Awww.....there's an expression in Dutch....they say you're "part of the furniture" when you just fit in and it wouldn't be the same without you. Lulu is definitely part of the furniture. So the fostering thing....how often do you do that, and for how long?
Because of my work schedule, I usually only foster over weekends. The rescue I volunteer with often has a dog or two in boarding waiting for that transition to a foster home and then their forever home. So when there's a dog in boarding and I'm not out of town that weekend or doing something that would require me to kennel them for a long time, I bring them home for the weekend.
 
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