Monday, October 27, 2014

I Smell Poo


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    1. Things are lookin' up. Thanks for dropping by and have a frightful week.

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  2. Well, if smelling poo represents an improvement . . . mazel tov!

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    1. The smell of cinnamon toast would be nicer but I'll take anything that's a step forward from this horrible little cold.

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  3. Being able to smell--even poo--is a positive sign!

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    1. Agreed. Thanks for stopping by.

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  4. Always a good thing, especially before you step in it.

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    1. You win for funniest comment.

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  5. At least the dogs are kind enough to do so outside.

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    1. And for that I'm grateful. I know one lady who lets her dogs poop poops inside. I told her, "calling it poop poops, doesn't make it any cuter."

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  6. Sounds like a bit of improvement!

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  7. That's a good thing. At least your nose isn't all stuffed up! Feel better soon! The blogging world is a sadder place without Wonder Woman around.

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    1. Not all the way, no. Working on getting it all the way better. How goes you? I'm about to make my rounds and hit email. I'm showered and in bed and not moving for the rest of the night.

      Minus the cold, it's very nice.

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  8. I assure you when you lose your sense of smell, being able to smell poo or skunk is welcome.

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    1. It really is. I was happy to know at least I was able to smell something.

      Thanks for dropping by.

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