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post #241 of 3584
Has anyone else found it impossible to sharpen the chubby Chella pencil from June? I put it in the sharpener and it's like the white plastic label fights for dear life to prevent sharpening. I guess I'm gonna have to grab a knife and whittle the damn thing down! Just curious.
post #242 of 3584
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Originally Posted by jbrookeb View Post

Has anyone else found it impossible to sharpen the chubby Chella pencil from June? I put it in the sharpener and it's like the white plastic label fights for dear life to prevent sharpening. I guess I'm gonna have to grab a knife and whittle the damn thing down! Just curious.


I had the same thing happen! I kept trying to sharpen and it just made a huge mess. Finally I just gave up. Anyone find a good sharpener that works well with it?

post #243 of 3584
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Originally Posted by irene- View Post

This is off topic but I know most of you on here are big time animal lovers. I'll post this on the cute pets thread too. I have a heart breaking incident that happened today and I know I can count on you for your prayers and positive thoughts/vibes for this fur baby (he didn't pass away but is very sick). My story is in the spoiler along with a couple pictures of the doggie. If you have a soft heart I recommend not looking at the pics.
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I'll call him Boxer (since that's his breed). I live on a busy street across from a park. When Boxer showed up on my block yesterday he obviously looked lost so I tried to lure him with food to our yard which is fenced in, but as I would get closer he would run away. He eventually ran across the street into the park and I knew I couldn't catch up to him. My mom and a neighbor walked around the park looking for Boxer but didn't see him anywhere. I noticed it was urgent he received medical attention as you'll see in the pictures.

I called animal control to pick up Boxer, which I've done before with other lost dogs that show up that we don't recognize as belonging to anyone in the neighborhood. I have a serious soft spot for any animal especially one that is hurting. So I hoped and prayed all afternoon/last night/this morning that Boxer was found and safe.

Around noon today I hear the dogs in the back yard barking like crazy so I look out the front window to find out whats going on and I see Boxer stumbling around. I felt so relieved he came back. He was in the next door neighbor's yard (which also has a fence) so I ran over there and closed the gate. Poor Boxer just layed himself in the dirt exhausted. I could tell he didn't have the strength to stand up anymore.

I called my mom on the phone and had her bring me a leash and an old bed sheet. We picked up Boxer and put him on the sheet then used the sheet to carry him to our yard and layed him on the soft grass. His body felt so hot. I called animal control again but they told me it might take them 3 days to send someone out to pick him up because they're really swamped. I wasn't sure what to do. He is in really bad shape. Literally skin and bones. It surprised us how heavy he was, we struggled to carry him.

I decided to call the animal hospital we take our pets to for advice. After explaining the situation they told me to feed him a little bit of cooked white rice and give him small amounts of water. They also advised me to contact the local humane society. I called there and was told to take him in since they don't do pick ups. He ate the rice and drank some water then we put him in the back of my truck on a dog bed. My mom rode in the back with Boxer and I drove.

When we got to the humane society a woman walking a dog in the parking lot noticed we were having a hard time trying to get Boxer off the truck.

She asked " Is that your dog? "

I said " We found him "

She came a little closer and yelled " That dog is in distress! Run into the office and tell them Maureen says to bring help! " Then she ran into a different office.

I ran into the main office and told the girl " I'm the one who called in about the boxer and Maureen said to bring help. " You should've seen those people move! I went back outside and four men were at my truck picking up the dog bed with Boxer laying on it so helpless. They rushed the dog into the clinic so fast I barely noticed 3 of the guys were wearing orange jumpsuits from the dept. of corrections.

Me and my mom went into the clinic along with a couple of girls that ran over from the office I had barged into.

We did some quick paperwork then a man came out to ask me questions regarding how I found him and told me Boxer was so dehydrated they couldn't get a blood sample right away because his veins were so thin. They were going to have to wait a couple of hours for the IV to plump up his veins and try it then. He also said Boxer has a microchip but it isn't registered so no information is on it. They estimated his age at 2 yrs. The man said they are going to try everything to find the owner. I told him I could put up flyers at the park I live by and he said they would take care of that. I told the girl at the counter that I was extremely concerened for Boxer and asked how I can receive updates on his status. She gave me an ID # that is assigned to him and told me to call in and ask about him. Then we got in my truck and drove home.

My heart hurts for Boxer. I really hope he gets better. I really hope they find Boxer's owner and if not I'm sure I can find someone I know to adopt him. Please send him a little prayer or send him loving thoughts to recover soon. He was so cute and gentle. I know Boxer will love you so much for it smile.gif

Here are 2 pictures I took of him laying in the grass:





Thank you all soo much for reading this and just know the love and kindness you send out will be received with Boxer's open heart!

:( I'm such an animal lover and reading this broke my heart! I truly hope get better soon and he finds a good home. 

post #244 of 3584
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Originally Posted by jbrookeb View Post

Has anyone else found it impossible to sharpen the chubby Chella pencil from June? I put it in the sharpener and it's like the white plastic label fights for dear life to prevent sharpening. I guess I'm gonna have to grab a knife and whittle the damn thing down! Just curious.
Ha... I did the knife thing too and decided it wasn't worth it. I just pitched it last weekend.
post #245 of 3584

I bought a sharpener at the Dollar General, it had a little and  big hole but I dont know if this will work for  this and if people even have a Dollar General store around.

post #246 of 3584
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As it progresses and gets worse, yes the bumps and blood vessels and everything gets worse. I didn't know I had it for a long time. I pretty much went from teenage acne into rosacea. That's the way it feels anyway. But if I look back at pics of myself when I was 18, 19, my skin actually looked good and I didn't really have any acne scarring. It looks like I do now but it's part of the rosacea. The white bumps suck! I get them mostly on my cheeks. Ever morning I go pop them all (at least 50, sometimes more. The next morning they are back. I really need to finally go to the dermatologist and do something, but I know a lot of the treatments I won't be able to do because I'm breastfeeding and trying to get pregnant again. Someday when I'm done having this last baby I wanted to have and I'm no longer breastfeeding, I would like to get aggressive about treatment so it doesn't get worse because I've seen some truly horrifying pictures.

Yikes! I thought rosacea was no big deal. I thought it was just 'being a little red in the face.' Makes me a tad worried now, though mine seems pretty ok at the moment, so I guess I'm doing something right.

post #247 of 3584

Wishing Boxer the best. Such a sweet looking little guy--you can see the gentleness and desperation in his eyes. Looks like the went to the right person for help. Thanks for taking care of him!

post #248 of 3584
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Originally Posted by katcole View Post

I bought a sharpener at the Dollar General, it had a little and  big hole but I dont know if this will work for  this and if people even have a Dollar General store around.
I have a dollar store sharpener and a name brand sharpener. I hardly ever use the more expensive one since the dollar one works soooo much better! I got a chella pencil from a friend who didn't like it and sharpened it just fine with my dollar store sharpener. It was still a little tough with the label on the outside, but doable.
post #249 of 3584
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Originally Posted by caseybean025 View Post


I have a dollar store sharpener and a name brand sharpener. I hardly ever use the more expensive one since the dollar one works soooo much better! I got a chella pencil from a friend who didn't like it and sharpened it just fine with my dollar store sharpener. It was still a little tough with the label on the outside, but doable.

Do you know which dollar store in particular? I know what they carry vary from brand/store to store.

 

Dollar General has these amazing pens called R2 -- 2 for $1! My favourite brand ones are usually like $5 or $6 for 3 haha /o\

post #250 of 3584
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Originally Posted by EmpressMelli View Post


I had the same thing happen! I kept trying to sharpen and it just made a huge mess. Finally I just gave up. Anyone find a good sharpener that works well with it?

I use Urban Decay's Grindhouse, and I have zero problems sharpening anything with it. It sharpens the Chella Pencil very easily. 

post #251 of 3584
I used my Sephora dual pencil sharpener and had no problems with the Chella pencil.
post #252 of 3584

 Try putting the pe

ncil in the freezer a few minutes before sharpening

post #253 of 3584
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Originally Posted by Kyuu View Post

Do you know which dollar store in particular? I know what they carry vary from brand/store to store.

Dollar General has these amazing pens called R2 -- 2 for $1! My favourite brand ones are usually like $5 or $6 for 3 haha /o\
I usually go to Dollar Tree. I've found stashes of high end cosmetics there! I just got a whole bunch of Milani eyeliners, eyeshadow pencils, and pressed eyeshadows. Only $1 and they cost quite a bit more everywhere else. And I also love the R2 pens!!! They're a staple in my work bag!
post #254 of 3584
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Originally Posted by JamieO View Post

I use Urban Decay's Grindhouse, and I have zero problems sharpening anything with it. It sharpens the Chella Pencil very easily. 

I'm glad to hear this! I haven't reached the point of needing to sharpen it yet, but I'm happy to know that grind house takes care of it.
post #255 of 3584
** Update on Boxer **


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I received a call about 1 hour ago from the humane society. They promised to let me know about Boxer's blood test results because they were concerned he might have parvo since we have other pets. They told me it wasn't parvo but an extreme case of valley fever that was affecting his breathing and heart rate along with making lesions on his spine. They had to put him to sleep, poor thing was suffering too much. They thanked me for taking Boxer in so that he wouldn't have to die a slow painful death out on the streets alone.

I'm not gonna lie.. I cried after the phone call ended. My conscience and I are on track but it just makes me sad that an innocent animal can get so sick. I mean it's not like they can go up to you and tell you what's wrong, they're so brave and just deal with it and stay happy through it all. I feel the same way about children. ❤

Thank you all again for being so sweet and considerate of these posts regarding Boxer. MUT girls are the best!



PSA: If anyone is curious or wants to educate themselves a little on valley fever here's a link

https://www.vfce.arizona.edu/ValleyFeverInPets/VFID-dodogs.aspx
post #256 of 3584
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Originally Posted by irene- View Post

** Update on Boxer **


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I received a call about 1 hour ago from the humane society. They promised to let me know about Boxer's blood test results because they were concerned he might have parvo since we have other pets. They told me it wasn't parvo but an extreme case of valley fever that was affecting his breathing and heart rate along with making lesions on his spine. They had to put him to sleep, poor thing was suffering too much. They thanked me for taking Boxer in so that he wouldn't have to die a slow painful death out on the streets alone.

I'm not gonna lie.. I cried after the phone call ended. My conscience and I are on track but it just makes me sad that an innocent animal can get so sick. I mean it's not like they can go up to you and tell you what's wrong, they're so brave and just deal with it and stay happy through it all. I feel the same way about children. ❤

Thank you all again for being so sweet and considerate of these posts regarding Boxer. MUT girls are the best!



PSA: If anyone is curious or wants to educate themselves a little on valley fever here's a link

https://www.vfce.arizona.edu/ValleyFeverInPets/VFID-dodogs.aspx

Awww, poor baby. I'm so sorry.
post #257 of 3584
Poor doggie frown.gif At least he's not suffering anymore.
post #258 of 3584
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Originally Posted by irene- View Post

** Update on Boxer **


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I received a call about 1 hour ago from the humane society. They promised to let me know about Boxer's blood test results because they were concerned he might have parvo since we have other pets. They told me it wasn't parvo but an extreme case of valley fever that was affecting his breathing and heart rate along with making lesions on his spine. They had to put him to sleep, poor thing was suffering too much. They thanked me for taking Boxer in so that he wouldn't have to die a slow painful death out on the streets alone.

I'm not gonna lie.. I cried after the phone call ended. My conscience and I are on track but it just makes me sad that an innocent animal can get so sick. I mean it's not like they can go up to you and tell you what's wrong, they're so brave and just deal with it and stay happy through it all. I feel the same way about children. ❤

Thank you all again for being so sweet and considerate of these posts regarding Boxer. MUT girls are the best!



PSA: If anyone is curious or wants to educate themselves a little on valley fever here's a link

https://www.vfce.arizona.edu/ValleyFeverInPets/VFID-dodogs.aspx

Awwwe, this made me cry too! I am such a softie for animals especially. They, like children, are often such innocent victims and like you said, they still try to give us their happy little tail wagging selves. You did the right thing and Boxer had food in his tummy and fluids in his body and was in a warm place with kind people when he went. Many animals don't get that much. If he had to go, you gave him a much easier parting than what he was going to have on his own.  You are a kind, good person.

post #259 of 3584
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Originally Posted by irene- View Post

** Update on Boxer **


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I received a call about 1 hour ago from the humane society. They promised to let me know about Boxer's blood test results because they were concerned he might have parvo since we have other pets. They told me it wasn't parvo but an extreme case of valley fever that was affecting his breathing and heart rate along with making lesions on his spine. They had to put him to sleep, poor thing was suffering too much. They thanked me for taking Boxer in so that he wouldn't have to die a slow painful death out on the streets alone.

I'm not gonna lie.. I cried after the phone call ended. My conscience and I are on track but it just makes me sad that an innocent animal can get so sick. I mean it's not like they can go up to you and tell you what's wrong, they're so brave and just deal with it and stay happy through it all. I feel the same way about children. ❤

Thank you all again for being so sweet and considerate of these posts regarding Boxer. MUT girls are the best!



PSA: If anyone is curious or wants to educate themselves a little on valley fever here's a link

https://www.vfce.arizona.edu/ValleyFeverInPets/VFID-dodogs.aspx

Please know that you did everything to help him, and that you if anything you gave him a peaceful place to pass so he wouldn't have to be out on the streets anymore. I'm so sorry he didn't make it. :,(

post #260 of 3584
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Originally Posted by irene- View Post

** Update on Boxer **


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I received a call about 1 hour ago from the humane society. They promised to let me know about Boxer's blood test results because they were concerned he might have parvo since we have other pets. They told me it wasn't parvo but an extreme case of valley fever that was affecting his breathing and heart rate along with making lesions on his spine. They had to put him to sleep, poor thing was suffering too much. They thanked me for taking Boxer in so that he wouldn't have to die a slow painful death out on the streets alone.

I'm not gonna lie.. I cried after the phone call ended. My conscience and I are on track but it just makes me sad that an innocent animal can get so sick. I mean it's not like they can go up to you and tell you what's wrong, they're so brave and just deal with it and stay happy through it all. I feel the same way about children. ❤

Thank you all again for being so sweet and considerate of these posts regarding Boxer. MUT girls are the best!



PSA: If anyone is curious or wants to educate themselves a little on valley fever here's a link

https://www.vfce.arizona.edu/ValleyFeverInPets/VFID-dodogs.aspx

 

I'm so sorry to hear that!  But I'm glad he got to see kindness and mercy at the end of his life.  Thank you so much for being Boxer's angel.

post #261 of 3584
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Originally Posted by irene- View Post

** Update on Boxer **


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I received a call about 1 hour ago from the humane society. They promised to let me know about Boxer's blood test results because they were concerned he might have parvo since we have other pets. They told me it wasn't parvo but an extreme case of valley fever that was affecting his breathing and heart rate along with making lesions on his spine. They had to put him to sleep, poor thing was suffering too much. They thanked me for taking Boxer in so that he wouldn't have to die a slow painful death out on the streets alone.

I'm not gonna lie.. I cried after the phone call ended. My conscience and I are on track but it just makes me sad that an innocent animal can get so sick. I mean it's not like they can go up to you and tell you what's wrong, they're so brave and just deal with it and stay happy through it all. I feel the same way about children. ❤

Thank you all again for being so sweet and considerate of these posts regarding Boxer. MUT girls are the best!



PSA: If anyone is curious or wants to educate themselves a little on valley fever here's a link

https://www.vfce.arizona.edu/ValleyFeverInPets/VFID-dodogs.aspx

Awww!! D: I'm really sorry to hear that. But, I'm glad that he didn't have to continue to suffer and that his last moments were in a much nicer place than on the streets. 

post #262 of 3584
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Originally Posted by Heather Hicks View Post

Yikes! I thought rosacea was no big deal. I thought it was just 'being a little red in the face.' Makes me a tad worried now, though mine seems pretty ok at the moment, so I guess I'm doing something right.

I thought the same, until I really noticed how bad it had gotten. I wish I had gone to the dermatologist long ago and maybe stopped it from getting this far. Something to think about.
post #263 of 3584
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Originally Posted by irene- View Post

** Update on Boxer **


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I received a call about 1 hour ago from the humane society. They promised to let me know about Boxer's blood test results because they were concerned he might have parvo since we have other pets. They told me it wasn't parvo but an extreme case of valley fever that was affecting his breathing and heart rate along with making lesions on his spine. They had to put him to sleep, poor thing was suffering too much. They thanked me for taking Boxer in so that he wouldn't have to die a slow painful death out on the streets alone.

I'm not gonna lie.. I cried after the phone call ended. My conscience and I are on track but it just makes me sad that an innocent animal can get so sick. I mean it's not like they can go up to you and tell you what's wrong, they're so brave and just deal with it and stay happy through it all. I feel the same way about children. ❤

Thank you all again for being so sweet and considerate of these posts regarding Boxer. MUT girls are the best!



PSA: If anyone is curious or wants to educate themselves a little on valley fever here's a link

https://www.vfce.arizona.edu/ValleyFeverInPets/VFID-dodogs.aspx

frown.gif So sorry. Thank you for what you did, though.

post #264 of 3584
Wow, sooo sorry to hear that. Rest in peace Boxer. I applaud your kindness and strength for getting him the care he needed.
post #265 of 3584
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Today, the man that has been dubbed by some as "The Most Crooked Cop in America," Joseph E Floyd, was found guilty of running a criminal enterprise from within the police department he was employed. Three years after it all began, three years after my husband and I got married (and have subsequently had the most trying times of our relationship), justice has been served to the community and officers he terrorized and all can rest a little easier. The man's best friend, the ex-police chief, has also been arrested and is awaiting trial for knowingly allowing him to abuse citizens and officers, covering up his crimes and making complaints go away. Complaints of rape, Civil Rights violations, extortion, destruction of evidence, abuse of power, illegal searches and arrests, and tampering with witnesses. He also intentionally rammed a vehicle (with his patrol car) involved in a narcotics controlled buy, caused the vehicle to flip and the pregnant passenger, who was not involved in the drug transaction, miscarried and lost her baby.

 

My husband and two other cops first sought out the help of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement three years ago, and with the Office of the State Attorney, the evidence was brought before a Grand Jury that then handed down the RICO Act charge. It's been a grueling two weeks for my husband and about 90 others testifying for hours upon hours. We've been on edge and the possibility that the guy would try to harm a witness was very, very real. The courthouse had armed SWAT and K9 operators throughout in the event he decided he would not go peacefully. In the end, the man's defense was too flimsy to hold water -- his argument was all the State's witnesses were lying and he was being targeted -- and the jury found him guilty on all charges.

 

So if you're having a beer tonight, crack one open for my husband and the two other cops, the witnesses, the victims, and the families. And the fact that none of us were murdered in our sleep! yey.gif

I'm putting this little story behind a spoiler tag because I realize not everyone will want to read it, but today, some SERIOUS justice was handed down in my town and totally made a bad guy its bitch!! So I'm pretty happy :)


Edited by jbrookeb - 8/22/13 at 10:19pm
post #266 of 3584
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Mountains were moved (Click to show)

Today, the man that has been dubbed by some as "The Most Crooked Cop in America," was found guilty of running a criminal enterprise from within the police department he was employed. Three years after it all began, three years after my husband and I got married (and have subsequently had the most trying times of our relationship), justice has been served to the community and officers he terrorized and all can rest a little easier. The man's best friend, the ex-police chief, has also been arrested and is awaiting trial for knowingly allowing him to abuse citizens and officers, covering up his crimes and making complaints go away. Complaints of rape, Civil Rights violations, extortion, destruction of evidence, abuse of power, illegal searches and arrests, and tampering with witnesses. He also intentionally rammed a vehicle (with his patrol car) involved in a narcotics controlled buy, caused the vehicle to flip and the pregnant passenger, who was not involved in the drug transaction, miscarried and lost her baby.

 

My husband and two other cops first sought out the help of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement three years ago, and with the Office of the State Attorney, the evidence was brought before a Grand Jury that then handed down the RICO Act charge. It's been a grueling two weeks for my husband and about 90 others testifying for hours upon hours. We've been on edge and the possibility that the guy would try to harm a witness was very, very real. The courthouse had armed SWAT and K9 operators throughout in the event he decided he would not go peacefully. In the end, the man's defense was too flimsy to hold water -- his argument was all the State's witnesses were lying and he was being targeted -- and the jury found him guilty on all charges.

 

So if you're having a beer tonight, crack one open for my husband and the two other cops, the witnesses, the victims, and the families. And the fact that none of us were murdered in our sleep! yey.gif

I'm putting this little story behind a spoiler tag because I realize not everyone will want to read it, but today, some SERIOUS justice was handed down in my town and totally made a bad guy its bitch!! So I'm pretty happy :)

 

WOW!! icon_eek.gif

 

Mad respect to your husband and everyone else involved in taking this P.O.S. down! beer.gif

post #267 of 3584
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I had the same thing happen! I kept trying to sharpen and it just made a huge mess. Finally I just gave up. Anyone find a good sharpener that works well with it?

I use Urban Decay's Grindhouse, and I have zero problems sharpening anything with it. It sharpens the Chella Pencil very easily. 

I have found that my UD Grindhouse sharpens every pencil I've tried.

post #268 of 3584
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Originally Posted by jbrookeb View Post

Mountains were moved (Click to show)
Today, the man that has been dubbed by some as "The Most Crooked Cop in America," Joseph E Floyd, was found guilty of running a criminal enterprise from within the police department he was employed. Three years after it all began, three years after my husband and I got married (and have subsequently had the most trying times of our relationship), justice has been served to the community and officers he terrorized and all can rest a little easier. The man's best friend, the ex-police chief, has also been arrested and is awaiting trial for knowingly allowing him to abuse citizens and officers, covering up his crimes and making complaints go away. Complaints of rape, Civil Rights violations, extortion, destruction of evidence, abuse of power, illegal searches and arrests, and tampering with witnesses. He also intentionally rammed a vehicle (with his patrol car) involved in a narcotics controlled buy, caused the vehicle to flip and the pregnant passenger, who was not involved in the drug transaction, miscarried and lost her baby.

My husband and two other cops first sought out the help of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement three years ago, and with the Office of the State Attorney, the evidence was brought before a Grand Jury that then handed down the RICO Act charge. It's been a grueling two weeks for my husband and about 90 others testifying for hours upon hours. We've been on edge and the possibility that the guy would try to harm a witness was very, very real. The courthouse had armed SWAT and K9 operators throughout in the event he decided he would not go peacefully. In the end, the man's defense was too flimsy to hold water -- his argument was all the State's witnesses were lying and he was being targeted -- and the jury found him guilty on all charges.

So if you're having a beer tonight, crack one open for my husband and the two other cops, the witnesses, the victims, and the families. And the fact that none of us were murdered in our sleep! yey.gif
I'm putting this little story behind a spoiler tag because I realize not everyone will want to read it, but today, some SERIOUS justice was handed down in my town and totally made a bad guy its bitch!! So I'm pretty happy smile.gif

Wow. What an incredible story! I'm really glad you & your husband made it (physically & emotionally), & I hope your relationship will heal & grow stronger after these trying times.
post #269 of 3584
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I would a love a subscription service with bags based around the birthstone for each month! That would be fun! They could include information about the stone and it's meaning and all the products in the bag would be based on that color.

a girl can dream. : )

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I would a love a subscription service with bags based around the birthstone for each month! That would be fun! They could include information about the stone and it's meaning and all the products in the bag would be based on that color.

a girl can dream. : )

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That would be fun, except that my birthday is in April - diamond...everything would be clear or white! (and I am a colors kinda gal...) lol :) I'd just lie about my birthday...:D

 

OH, wait...you mean like each month of the year, and not your birth month...okay, I'm in. AHHH I haven't been to bed yet...brain is asleep...

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