It's a stormy, stormy day.. Yay! · Ryder Family Farm- Southern Illinois
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It's a stormy, stormy day.. Yay!

It's a stormy, stormy day.. Yay!

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Well, today has been stormy and interesting. My dog ate some chips last night and got very sick today while we were gone. We crate train her so she is in the crate when we are gone.. It’s a very big crate but not big enough when you are having stomach trouble and leaking from both ends.. She made a stinky mess of her crate, bedding and the pillow I made her. She is better now but it was a messy and dramatic situation.

When I was meeting N for brunch today some lady gunned it into the parking spot I had been waiting for. It was a stormy day so driving and parking was difficult. Anyway this upset me quite a bit. Some people are just so nasty and rude. This aggravates me even more during the holidays because that is when everyone should be displaying “good will towards men” and all that… Lately people have just been the opposite.

Our Christmas tree plans are still up in the air. If it snows a bunch on Sunday we wont be going out to cut our tree down… We will have to use my fake tree instead. Well we will see how the weather plays out. How has your day been?

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