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i want you to get a house so badly. i really do.
those dogs are so cute! is fergus going to be bigger than cai?
Thanks, Goodbear! We’re working on it, starting with figuring out our budget (a good idea in any circumstance) .
E.g. took this picture, but I cropped it. To me it looks like Cai is barely getting a pawhold in the overpopulated papasan. I hope the crop increases the emotional impact of the subject.
I think Fergus may well grow up to be a little bigger than Cai. He already has ‘way more “attitude” .
You WILL do it, not only can 🙂
Remember that New Brunswick, for example, is much more reasonable than crowded, dirty, Toronto, and you will find the perfect place, I’m sure.
My friends just bought a beautiful house there near Woodstock that was basically a steal!
I love it. Cardigan bookends! Fergus is getting to be a big boy.
You look so relaxed in the chair, chillin with the dogs.
Good luck with your future plan.
New Brunswick… Hmmm… E.g. went to journalism school in Woodstock, not long after the dawn of the printing press. It’d be a bit of a commute to Toronto, though. 😉
Lol, Checkers! Yes, Fergus is starting to grow up.
Thanks, Urban Thought. It almost looks like bedtime story time, doesn’t it?
“Luck”. I can’t remember if that’s spelled “c-a-s-h” or “w-o-r-k”, or if both spellings are correct. Probably both. Oh, wait — here it is, it’s spelled “s-e-l-f-d-i-s-c-i-p-l-i-n-e” . Rats, it’s harder to spell than I thought.
At first glance I thought the book title was BAYING, Owning, Selling.
A manage-your-owner behaviour guide for hounds?
Lol, Mutual Friend Jane! Or maybe the subtitle is, “Working Like a Dog to Get What You Want.”
Good self-discipline with the house saving lavenderbay. I am in a similar boat but also I am still full of indecision about when to commit to that dream and really live it.
I have everything crossed for you, Lavenderbay, this is big and important too.
Thanks, Livingisdetail! I’ll need it. (I won’t speak for E.g., although she may need a bit too. ) Toronto HAS been a fine place to live. It’s only more recently, especially now that we have two dogs, that it suddenly doesn’t fit our lifestyle anymore. I suspect something similar may happen to you at some point, and you’ll know it’s time to move on.
Thanks, Alyson! Although I can’t imagine how you can knead the pizza dough in that posture.
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