Posted 9 hours ago
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Registered: Sep 2012
From United States
Posted 8 hours ago
Ahh, I don't mind the barking noise, just the loneliness it implies. Their yard is fences within fences, and I've barely met them, so I don't feel correct blundering over there to play with their dog.
grimwerk: My neighbors haven't moved in yet. But they leave their dog outside their new home all day. He barks and barks and barks and barks. His tail wags. Lonely dog.
tinyE: Give him some peanut butter. It's good for him, very tasty, and it will stop him from barking because he will be too busy trying to get it off the roof of his mouth.
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Registered: Jun 2010
Posted 7 hours ago
Been very active socially these last two days. Been chairman of a meeting day yesterday, today I finished the WRAP course (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) and made an impromptu speech to thank the trainer (as it is my organisation that facilitates the training). Plus some practical stuff that needed to be done (filling the dishwasher afterwards, someone who came to get a key, that took some time to find). Now my (and that's the bitching) my head is spinning from being active too much and now I can't find no rest. Been trying to call my parents to about all the happenings today to relief some stress (positive things happening is also impressions that feel as stress I need to recover from, for my mentally ill mind), but I only got their voicemail, both on the landline and on their mobile phone.