Tuesday, February 21, 2012

No patience

Ten things I have no patience with:

10. Watching a clerk talk on their cell phone while I wait.
9.   People who don't answer a direct question.
8.   Ice.
7.   Loud people.
6.   Lazy people.
5.   Folks who make plans for me without my consent.
4.   Long waits ... for anything.
3.   Computers that turn off at the drop of a hat (read: mine is acting up and it is making me crazy!)
2.   People who, no matter how many times you tell them, do the exact opposite of what you asked.
1.   Women who want to be victims instead of in charge of their lives (yes, there is a story here; I will tell it later... when I can... without bad words.... )

Mia died last night. We don't know what happened. The vet doesn't either. She wasn't too anemic; no parasites; no lung congestion; no injuries; nothing...even her blood work was fine. She just laid down and died .. just like she was asleep.

Thanks for all the advice and suggestions...

Jane has given me an award! Thanks, Jane! I will post it next.... when my computer will stay on...

Added later: Okay. So the computer hard drive has fried.
The tech: This looks like it might have been dropped...

Me: Does throwing it across the room count??

I made him promise to never tell... but I am telling you all because you are my best friends! LOL


  1. So sorry Matty, our farm animals are so precious to us:-)

  2. I'm so sorry to read about Mia, Matty. You can ignore the award if you want, I don't want to inconvenience you. Just wanted to acknowledge your blog and friendship.

  3. Dear Matty,

    Oh, poor Mia! At least she's a happy goat now, running around happy in the Happy Hunting Grounds.

    I hope that your computer starts working better for you soon.



  4. So very sorry to hear about Mia. Throwing things is cathartic...believe me...I know! (As long as you miss the people in the way! LOL)
    Love you!

  5. I've thought about throwing my computer...

    So sorry about Mia. There was a barn fire not too far from us this week that killed almost thirty goats being raised as 4-H projects.

    It was SO sad, they think one of the goats knocked over a heater.


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