Dogster stats for Abigail Needs A Home.
Okay... Dogster!?! I appreciate that they're trying to find homes for homeless dogs, but still. '-ster' needs a rest.
Abigail Needs to Chew.
You know it!
"Sometimes, I cry just thinking how badly Abigail needs that heart," the nurse
"I wish...you had a heart!"
Abigail needs a feeding tube, but is learning to eat some baby food.
I knew my diet was sad, but this...
Abigail needs her dress to return to home.
Have pity on my coworkers!
Abigail needs advise for her sister, to prepare her for her wedding night.
"You're not even...literate!"
Abigail needs more input, not less.
Is my code that bad?
Abigail needs some undivided attention right now.
Don't I always...
Abigail needs him, adores him. And besides, they have two things in common.
Their secrets. And death.
I told you not to tell!
Abigail needs balance in her upbringing.
Because she's not grown up yet.
There's something outside on my patio. I prefer to believe it's a something and not a someone. It sounds like something brushing against the screen door, not quite as if it were being slid open. At first I thought it was the cat brushing against the vertical blinds, but then she came over to investigate. This had the double negative impact of assuring me that something was making noise and assuring me it wasn't Princess.
Now, I live in a very safe area. As far as I know, the only hoodlums in my apartment complex are of the 8-year-old variety. Plus, I just realized that my front door was unlocked, so if someone had really wanted to come in, they could've just come through the door. Okay, that's creeping me out, I have to go lock the door...
I'm back. So it's a something. A bat, a bird, a dog. The wind? Fortunately bigger than a spider, although if a spider showed up about now, I'd probably have a serious freak-out.
You single women who live alone: how do you deal with "noises"? They aren't technically threatening, but I'm really straining to keep my macabre imagination in check. Do you keep the TV or music on? Beat the ideas out of your head and distract yourself into feeling safe?
Have you ever heard of the RTA Excise tax? I got my vehicle tab renewal postcard in the mail (last month, and only just now found it, and then only after going through all the piles of paper in my dining room, living room and den). It had a nice "Renew online!" banner on it, so I thought, that sounds like a good plan! So I went online to renew and was surprised by $33 of extra fees. For one thing, if I want to have it mailed to me, I have to use a subagent, who will charge $3.75 (you want to talk about a racket, be a subagent for the DOL; but I don't have the time to get all worked up about that now). Second, I had an extra $30 for RTA Excise tax on the bill that wasn't on my postcard. Which one is right? I mean, naturally I don't want to pay it, because who wants to pay more than she has to? But in the interest of "rendering unto Caesar what is Caesar's," I would pay it if I had to. Will I get in trouble if I mailed in the postcard and it didn't have the fee? Why do we live in this socialist state, anyway?