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Post 3 - Looking For Spring!!



Hey neighbors!!

Sorry about missing yesterday's post.  Between church and preparing for today, I was pretty busy.  So once again we have cold weather and a wintry mix coming in!!  Yay!! (Sarcasm there!!) I hope you are having better weather than we are.  My whole family is tired of winter.



Then to top it off, we think we have a raccoon family living in the ceiling above our bedroom.  My husband did some research and they say that it is often a mother and her babies when you hear what sounds like more than one.  We actually heard a fight last night.  Not to mention a bunch of bumping and scratching going on.  They have been raiding our trash on a regular basis.  With all the cold, wet, icy, raining, snowy weather we are having it is impossible to get up on the roof to find out where they are getting in.  One person recommended cutting a hole in your ceiling and catching them, but that does not sound too safe to me.  So, we are considering calling someone who catches animals and see what they can do.

Then took my daughters Golden Doodle to the vet today for her shot and her rabies shot and they fed her a generic cheese, the kind you squirt out of a can on a chew, to distract her.  Well, she vomited it all up on the way home.  She gets slightly carsick, usually only drooling, but today she decided to vomit all over her crate.

I think I might just go back to bed today.  What do you think?  OK, enough of what is happening here.  Let's get on with our post for the day.  Share this giveaway somewhere.  It can be Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, email a friend, I don't care how it is shared, just so long as you actually share it.  So share our giveaway and then be sure to comment here letting me know you shared it.


I am adding a few of our recent pics, just to make the post interesting.  Thanks for stopping in!! And let's all share, like neighbors!!

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Michelle S. said…
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evie said…
never heard of raccoons in the attic, i have problems with squirrels. i cant find anyone that wants to do remove them. the ones i contacted want lots of money, over 500-1000. i am glad that i dont live up north i couldn't stand the extreme cold and snow.
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