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I hear ya about not being able to sleep if there's something that has to get done the next day.. I think I fear not hearing the alarm that is about 12 inches from my head - hello... :uhoh3: The dog hates that alarm, and will go berserk if I don't turn it off before it rings- lol :D :eek::lol2::lol2::lol2:

Random thoughts tonight.... I need to get the gemstone collection more organized. These are not horrifically priced gems (I generally get the smallest ones I can, and still see them:D). But they are genuine and 99% of them are natural (not lab created which is not the same as a simulant..... I don't like simulants and will only get them if it's something I like in the natural form,and there is no other option....but I won't wear them- just keep them in the collection...... I'm sure you'll ALL sleep better after THAT :D).

Anyway, I got a 17ct lab sapphire that I need to deal with. It's a nice lab stone (the same chemically, physically, and optically as the real, natural stone- will test as natural because it's made from the same stuff as the in-the-ground stones). It looks exceedingly stupid sitting on a piece of kleenex on the dining room table :D.

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Has anyone heard of the term "flounce?" It describes when someone new on a message board gets irritated with responses by members who've been around a while and then threaten to leave or take an extended break from the MB.

Urban Dictionary: flounce

I think I just saw a recent one at AN, although I've seen more. They are pretty funny. :lol2:

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Has anyone heard of the term "flounce?" It describes when someone new on a message board gets irritated with responses by members who've been around a while and then threaten to leave or take an extended break from the MB.

Urban Dictionary: flounce

I think I just saw a recent one at AN, although I've seen more. They are pretty funny. :lol2:

never heard of flounce...interesting.

i too, was part of a thread, where the member 'flounced', but was back an hr later.

and i do know how these flouncers feel, since i've gotten pretty close to doing so myself.

leslie

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My first message board experience was years ago. It was a tough MB. I flounced once. I've left many a message board since then (this is the only one I actively participate on), but I don't flounce anymore. Not worth it and totally unnecessary.

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When Mom died last 11/27. I inherited her long hair black and white cat who has passed away recently and her mini schnauzer.. Sugar loves my scottie Montgomery, but she is a bit neurotic. Would not eat for fear MOntgomery would take it.. He would but if she had eaten he would have backed off, She had to have her food in separate room! Both animals mourned my mom so. Sugar loved my DIL and the grandkids though sometimes it is like she is so excited with the kids she is going to fall apart. So one day not long ago she ran out in yard when they were leaving and hoped in their car.. So she went home with them and never came back except to visit. My DIL cuts her hair so she tends to llok like an alien dog but she is very happy. She stayed her with Montgomery when we went on vacation so pet sitter only had to come to one house.. Boy was that dog happy to go home!!

They are such funny little dogs.

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My random thought for the day is why isn't scissors spelled the way it's pronounced? It ought to be spelled s-i-z-z-e-r-s. :doh:

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Oh gosh, how funny..in my crazy book I just finished the psycho could send telepathic messages to the pregnant nurse and he always started then with hissing "Sissssterrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr"

I think the people who made up english language really had a sick sense of humor. Think of all the weird words and spelling and was is up with "read" that word alone can scare schoolkids right out of their seats with what does it mean!!

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I am wondering how the heck my car keys got in the fridge. Oy!

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I am stressing as I need to go to court tomorrow for the estate nonsense that continues to run my life of the last 10 months. It is a formality but to me it is a bid deal. Why do people need to fight over money? This is personal not just a fight for more $$. I am praying to get the answer to the last offer this week. Just seeing estate lawyer makes me crazy. I just want it over so bad I can taste.

If you have time say alittle prayer for me that this will end this week, and that the court thing is truly a formality.

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never heard of flounce...interesting.

i too, was part of a thread, where the member 'flounced', but was back an hr later.

and i do know how these flouncers feel, since i've gotten pretty close to doing so myself.

leslie

I've heard that term used before, as in "she turned on her heel and flounced out of the room in a huff". It basically means the flouncer is acting like a fifth-grader who suddenly decides he or she doesn't like the way the game is being played, picks up his/her ball, and goes home. :lol2:

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I am wondering how the heck my car keys got in the fridge. Oy!

And WHO put my iPhone on the mantel? and the bologna in the breadbox? and the TV remote in the freezer??:eek:

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Random pondering---who put my glasses on my face??? No wonder I couldn't find the darn things.

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