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This place is awesome! We went there several years ago. A buffalo stuck his head into our PT Cruiser. Em was scared to death and Gary was trying to go forward a bit and Em had put the car in neutral. It was hilarious. I was laughing so hard from her freakin' out, that I was not any help.
We went here too... a fun time for kids and DH's that act like kids
We took our nephew, he was SOOOO funny when the buffalo kept stickign his head in the car.
Plan on a good car wash inside & out when you return... ewwww
(Shari - you'd hate it! LOL)
Today, was the first day both boys had a "normal" schedule. After taking them both to school, I went and played with the cats for awhile. There's one kitten that stole my heart. He is such a delight. He had a pending adoption, so I hope he will be in his new home by tonight.
I received mine. Haven't really looked at it, but have seen the card on some blogs. I'm not a fan of that splotchy stamp so i probably won't use that when I put the cards together.
While I'm generally not a big fan of stickers, I think Paper Pumpkin is perfect for someone like me who has no ideas of her own and is a lazy stamper.
I think this shipment is OK. Mostly, I'm disappointed, because I didn't realize it only makes four cards. I think I may have been over zealous about a "kit" and I ordered it. The stamps set is my favorite thing, though, like you, I'm not a fan of the splotchy thing.
Oh! I forgot to tell you! I believe I had a life saving moment today! Makes me smile just thinking about it. A patient was in yesterday (one of our favorites) and diagnosed with Pneumonia. He also has asthma, so pneumonia is def not good for him. Anyhoo, he showed up again today for a antibiotic shot (when they get this they have to come in several days in a row) and I noticed him sitting in the waiting room and breathing funny and looking gray, so I took him in the back right away, notified the doc who took one look at him and had the nurse call 911. His O2 level was down to 43%!! We gave him O2 and a breathing treatment until the ambulance showed up. I probably didn't actually save his life, but I like to think I did.
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Too far away Mingler!
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