Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,735

MURRAY, Ky. - State wildlife officials say "several hundred" dead birds were found near the Murray State University campus last week.

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Since: Mar 11

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#87725 Mar 23, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
For lala:
Mini horse stands tall as service animal for Alaska boy
A miniature horse has been trained to help a 4-year-old Alaska boy who suffers from a rare genetic disorder that could leave him wheelchair-bound when he gets older. School officials and students welcome the horse as just another classmate.
http://news.msn.com/us/video...
Just precious.
That miniature horse was neat. Horses play a big part in helping developmentally challenged children. Hippotherapy has been used in treating autistic kids to kids who have physical limitations such as cerebral palsy.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#87726 Mar 23, 2013
I could not care any less about the judge-its, I spent a nice day working outside and came in just a while ago and had my beans, taters, and corn bread and finished off with a bite size Milky Way. Life is good, GOD is GREAT, judge-its are ridiculous LOL.
Kentucky

Pittsburgh, PA

#87727 Mar 23, 2013
Very lazy day for me ;(
Having only 48 hrs to rest with approximately 12 hrs sleeping ain't but a winkling of time.
Hate to say spent most of my day in front of the idiot box.
Ate ice cream from the Creamery. Chocolate fudge and cheese cake. Way too much and now I feel guilty. Need to watch my cholesterol these days.
Will be glad when the weather stays warmer. We usually plant a small garden of tomatoes, onions and green beans. Hard to keep the deer away. They eat my flowers too.
Like to fry up chicken, serve with green beans,
new potatoes and garden onions. And AW, glass of cold milk and corn bread. Yum :-)
Hope everyone has a nice day and Sunday.

Song for today - Carefree Highway by Gordon
Lightfoot

Blessings
what

London, KY

#87728 Mar 23, 2013
what
So true

Edmonton, KY

#87729 Mar 23, 2013
Warm thoughts everyone..
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#87730 Mar 23, 2013
So true wrote:
Warm thoughts everyone..
It is too warm in here. I woke up thinking it was Sunday morning and time to get up, but it was only 10:30 LOL maybe cool thoughts, like not putting any more wood in the stove LOL

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#87731 Mar 23, 2013
Well, it was a long day and the next week is going to be pretty long. Hope you all have a great rest of your weekend.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#87732 Mar 23, 2013
Kentucky wrote:
Very lazy day for me ;(
Having only 48 hrs to rest with approximately 12 hrs sleeping ain't but a winkling of time.
Hate to say spent most of my day in front of the idiot box.
Ate ice cream from the Creamery. Chocolate fudge and cheese cake. Way too much and now I feel guilty. Need to watch my cholesterol these days.
Will be glad when the weather stays warmer. We usually plant a small garden of tomatoes, onions and green beans. Hard to keep the deer away. They eat my flowers too.
Like to fry up chicken, serve with green beans,
new potatoes and garden onions. And AW, glass of cold milk and corn bread. Yum :-)
Hope everyone has a nice day and Sunday.
Song for today - Carefree Highway by Gordon
Lightfoot
Blessings
Keep the left over cornbread and crumble it up in the glass of cold milk.. a meal or a snack all by itself. When I was a kid and we went to a country school that had no cafeteria, most of us kids brought cornbread crumbled in milk carried in a one gallon metal Karo syrup bucket. We generally had a spoon tucked away somewhere. I had mine tucked in the top pocket of my "Big Ben" bibbed overalls. I got in trouble for coming home once without my spoon. LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#87734 Mar 23, 2013
The country school was left over WW2 quansett huts with a path to a 6 holer. Boys on one side of the ball field, girls on the other side. They built a new outhouse and had not filled in the old hole. I went back to catch a high flying softball and fell in. That was the only time I ever caught the ball without dropping it. LOL That might have been where I lost my spoon. LMAO AHH.... the NOT so good old days.
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87735 Mar 23, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
@ betty, I seen this on fb and thought of you. I love febreze. I am going to try it. I buy the big refil bottle and keep my sprayer full. It is the best I have ever used. I can't stand Glade etc...
Homemade Febreze
Preparation:
Using a funnel, pour fabric softener and baking soda into your spray bottle. Fill spray bottle with hot tap water and shake well. Don't forget to twist the nozzle over to the LOCK position if you're using a Febreze bottle, or you might fall on your hiney. Now go spray every fabric surface in your house and take a nap on your very comfortable and now un-stinky couch.:)
Store-bought Febreze:$5.59
Homemade Febreze:$0.15
Total Savings:$5.44 OR 97.35!
lol.... this is crazy! have you ever had one of those days filled with crazy coincidences?

i have a few games i like to play on fb and have some friends that i really don't know that are just for game a sharing purposes... just a few hours ago one of them messaged me thinking they had seen a d.i.y. febreeze post on my wall (asking me all sorts of questions about how to do this :) i never posted anything about it in the first place but her inquiry prompted me to do some "make your own febreeze" googling and once i realized i had everything on hand i ended up making a big bottle of this stuff just a few hours ago. i know its kinda a silly stretch... but kinda spooky none the less.

i wont get into the other coincidences i have experienced today due to the public nature of this thread...but i will say its undeniable that god is blessing me extra today for some reason. all smiles over here :)

i with you on the glade thing too.... they all mess with my nose but i have never had that problem with febreeze fabric refresher or room spray.

think i will spend the next hour or so finding some more things i can make instead of buying..... nothing puts a smile on my face like eliminating something from the budget. if i find anything good i will share.... little warmer today thank goodness tho it kinda feels like the calm before the storm... not at all looking forward to what they say will be coming in the next few days here.
Hello

United States

#87736 Mar 23, 2013
(It's not morning so I didn't use my usual "Good Morning" name).
About spoons. I love the thrift shops and in my wanderings in such places I notice that many many times there are no spoons for sale. Kitchen knives, table knives, some forks but no spoons.
Now I've read several books about the homeless and others that spend their lives moving about with backpacks and they always have a spoon. Spoons can be used to eat soup, cut a steak and even eat the steak. Most versatile of the eating utensils!!
So, I have come to the conclusion that thrift shops (Goodwill, St. Vincent de Paul, etc) send the donated spoons to the homeless. Not to be left out, I have my very own "homeless"spoon. I don't carry it in my bibs pocket to be lost in the outhouse hole , but its close at hand and reminds
me how blessed I am!
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87737 Mar 23, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
WHY DIDNT I THINK OF THIS?!?!
Soak watermelon slices in tequila, then dip in coarse salt. OMG, it's a margarita you can eat!!!!!!
Will be trying this poolside this summer. Yummy
that is awesome... bet it would work and be good with strawberry's too!

did it say how long to soak them?
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87738 Mar 23, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
Sorry, something got attached to that video. Here try again. It is hilarious.
Kitten Sounds Like A Goat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =wq8C-vlW_DIXX
For OJG, where is she? lala, AW, you heard anything from her. I will have to shoot her an email and see how she is. Miss her.
Best Goat Edition Compilation - Top 10 - Screaming Goat Songs
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I know she would like these goats. lol
my cat makes a similar sound when i let the moths in at night so they can chase them around.... the others just kill them and leave them on the floor for me to sweep up, but she eats them and then meows weird like this for hours.... i always thought maybe they are still alive and stuck in her throat but my boss said alot of them make these weird sounds when they are eying some prey too...like a bird thru a window or bug on the wall..... definitely strange sounding but funny. he said too that i should prolly not promote them eating bugs a lot (duh) lol... but im not going for longevity but for them to be fat and happy till they die.... so i say eat on if it makes her happy, she has no interest in toys and such so this is the only exercise she gets most days.
Hello

United States

#87739 Mar 23, 2013
betty wrote:
<quoted text>
i with you on the glade thing too.... they all mess with my nose but i have never had that problem with febreeze fabric refresher or room spray.
Glade does me in too! Can't even walk down the "candle aisle " at Walmart without getting a headache! Frebreeze works fine for me and this is a simple recipe !!! Just may give it a try!!
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87740 Mar 23, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I could not care any less about the judge-its, I spent a nice day working outside and came in just a while ago and had my beans, taters, and corn bread and finished off with a bite size Milky Way. Life is good, GOD is GREAT, judge-its are ridiculous LOL.
big resounding yupp on all that... you would think by now they would figure out we all aint going anywhere.... wish i had that much time to waste click clicking without even reading. guess some are scared by a gathering of so many who thank for themselves. also... on the subject of bite sized candy bars and such..... i think they shrunk the reese cup again...
betty

Elizabethtown, KY

#87741 Mar 23, 2013
Hello wrote:
<quoted text>
Glade does me in too! Can't even walk down the "candle aisle " at Walmart without getting a headache! Frebreeze works fine for me and this is a simple recipe !!! Just may give it a try!!
yes the candle aisle is bad on me too also and the perfum one too. i aviod them both like the plague and hang out in the meat section while hubby fetches the cat litter and cue tips (both close to the problem areas)

anything with a hint of fake peach fragrance seems to get me sneezing quick too. they took my tonsils and my adenoids out when i was really young and was told "oh now you wont have a runny nose" lies! it runs like faucet with out a stopper now....
You know who

Richmond, KY

#87742 Mar 23, 2013
Haha
Free Thinker

Murray, KY

#87743 Mar 24, 2013
Can I just say that if the news and commercial media is owned by a corporation....and corporations are who pay for the presidential candidates to get elected....and the presidents answer to the corporations who sponsored them before the people who so called "elected" them.....then why would they allow such a show that "exposes" conspiracy theories to be aired on such networks owned by this corporations? Always question.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#87744 Mar 24, 2013
Abeliever wrote:
WHY DIDNT I THINK OF THIS?!?!
Soak watermelon slices in tequila, then dip in coarse salt. OMG, it's a margarita you can eat!!!!!!
Will be trying this poolside this summer. Yummy
I have known people to take a watermelon and plug a hole in the top and pour in vodka or tequila, then plug it back up and chill. I never tried it though, because I don't want to ruin my watermelon LOL plus I don't drink anything alcoholic except for an occasional beer and I doubt that beer and melon are very tastey together. LOL

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#87745 Mar 24, 2013
Hello wrote:
(It's not morning so I didn't use my usual "Good Morning" name).
About spoons. I love the thrift shops and in my wanderings in such places I notice that many many times there are no spoons for sale. Kitchen knives, table knives, some forks but no spoons.
Now I've read several books about the homeless and others that spend their lives moving about with backpacks and they always have a spoon. Spoons can be used to eat soup, cut a steak and even eat the steak. Most versatile of the eating utensils!!
So, I have come to the conclusion that thrift shops (Goodwill, St. Vincent de Paul, etc) send the donated spoons to the homeless. Not to be left out, I have my very own "homeless"spoon. I don't carry it in my bibs pocket to be lost in the outhouse hole , but its close at hand and reminds
me how blessed I am!
Great post! Thank you!!

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