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Deniz-awesome news. Showing them how an almost teen mom does it Wink

Susan--you trying to say you are coming for a visit? Smile

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Big plans for the weekend?

We are building a shelter and fencing for pigs. And we are also picking out our three pigs this weekend as well. For the record, this was not my plan or desire. I'm more than happy to have someone else raise them and prepare them...but DH and his brother have other plans i guess!

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Big plans for the weekend?

We are building a shelter and fencing for pigs. And we are also picking out our three pigs this weekend as well. For the record, this was not my plan or desire. I'm more than happy to have someone else raise them and prepare them...but DH and his brother have other plans i guess!

What's the plan for the pigs? Are you going to eat them?

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What's the plan for the pigs? Are you going to eat them?

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Yum. Who is going to do the....deed...if you get my meaning?

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Yum. Who is going to do the....deed...if you get my meaning?

Seamus and his brother....they want to do it all themselves. I mean...my first thought is there are people you can hire that will take care of all of that you know? But i don't pretend to understand them...kudos to them for running a highly independant summer operation i guess. As long as I'm not involved! Smile

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mmmmmm, pig. THey sound delicious. 3 little bacons running around the yard? My idea of heaven. Seriously.

We have a mix of family time, a school fair and st pats partying with friends this weekend. Perfection. And a dose of clothing shopping. We have vacation coming up super soon and I'm getting very excited Smile BTW its gap friends and family time, folks, I just got all my kids suits and sunguards at 40% off with free shipping, if anyone needs easter gifts or seasonal items.

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Thanks for the heads up on Gap. I love their suits for my kids.

Kim we are working on getting ready for lambs this weekend. My kids raise market lambs for 4h and we are picking them up on Tuesday. Dh is trying to convince me to raise a pig this year too, but I am really dragging my feet.

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mmmmmm, pig. THey sound delicious. 3 little bacons running around the yard? My idea of heaven. Seriously.

I'm looking forward to having our own pork meat. I'm not necessarily keen on the upkeep or dealing with the butchering. But maybe I will be pleasantly surrprised and the upkeep wont' seem so bad. And we do chickens and while i don't feel any attachment to chickens, i'm afraid I might get attached to the pigs.

We have a mix of family time, a school fair and st pats partying with friends this weekend. Perfection. And a dose of clothing shopping. We have vacation coming up super soon and I'm getting very excited Smile BTW its gap friends and family time, folks, I just got all my kids suits and sunguards at 40% off with free shipping, if anyone needs easter gifts or seasonal items.

Why is everyone getting better Gap coupons than I am? I got a gap 30% off everything friends and family for online and in stores, but not outlets. My SIL wants to go to Freeport this weekend because she got a 40% everything in the outlet coupon. Your coupon is better too.

Did someone say bacon?

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Bangor Bacon Club He made Pancetta too and it will be ready in a few more weeks!

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homemade bacon is the very best

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Thanks for the heads up on Gap. I love their suits for my kids.

Kim we are working on getting ready for lambs this weekend. My kids raise market lambs for 4h and we are picking them up on Tuesday. Dh is trying to convince me to raise a pig this year too, but I am really dragging my feet.

Oh lambs! You could convince me to do lambs/sheep, but probably with fiber in mind....and i would outsource the sheering.

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Oh lambs! You could convince me to do lambs/sheep, but probably with fiber in mind....and i would outsource the sheering.

The shearing is not actually bad at all. We end up doing it 3 times in the 3 month season, my girls have to do it themselves (part of 4h) but they can get a lamb show ready in 2 hours. The lambs are a fun project, but lambs are so dumb so it is easy to not get to attached.
I dont think you will get to attached to the pigs, they smell so bad.

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The shearing is not actually bad at all. We end up doing it 3 times in the 3 month season, my girls have to do it themselves (part of 4h) but they can get a lamb show ready in 2 hours. The lambs are a fun project, but lambs are so dumb so it is easy to not get to attached.
I dont think you will get to attached to the pigs, they smell so bad.

I've been hearing mixed messages on the smell....and I've smelled them before trust me! LOL. WE have had several reports that the smell is not bad if you give them enough room/space. BUT my skepticism on this is part of why I wasn't super keen on the idea. My reasons for attachment aren't because they are cute and cuddly, but more because they are impressive, smart, mammalian, and they don't have that same dumb blank empty look that chickens/birds do LOL.

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They are super smart. My nieces pig follows her everywhere and if he heard her voice anywhere near the barn he would come running.
I hope you have no smell. The barn where we have our animals has pigs and they smell so bad, I dont even mind a barn smell.

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Yum, all of that fresh pork sounds amazing! I don't blame you for being hesistant about the upkeep though, and thinking you might get attached. I would feel the same way.

This weekend is supposed to be glorious and sunny, so my main plan is to take T for a walk to the park in the afternoons. It's about 8/10s of a mile to the park that he likes, so it's good for getting both of us a little exercise. He also has Gymnastics on Saturday morning, so we'll go to that. And my SIL is throwing me a small family dinner/party on Sunday night to celebrate the immenent arrival landing of the Rocket Ship. We're doing it up with corned beef and cabbage for St. Paddy's Day. Smile

Is anyone having pie today for Pi Day? My MIL is a semi-professional (she runs a small "order ahead" baking business out of her home) so she always makes some sort of fabbo pie for Pi Day. After T's swim lesson tonight, we are heading over there for a slice. T helped her make it yesterday, and he was telling me all about it - something to do with chocoloate and almonds and whipped cream....:drool: I may have to do a very very low carb dinner so that I can have a tiny slice, because it sounds AMAZING.

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Big plans for the weekend?

A friend of mine just called and asked me if I wanted four tickets to the circus for tomorrow night. That will be tons of fun. All we had to do was buy one extra ticket for Caitlyn. My friend had been planning to go with her family but something came up. Then Saturday I am going to my painting class and possibly working in my garden. I will also be doing some cooking for a meal at our church on Sunday.

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I'm looking forward to having our own pork meat. I'm not necessarily keen on the upkeep or dealing with the butchering. But maybe I will be pleasantly surrprised and the upkeep wont' seem so bad. And we do chickens and while i don't feel any attachment to chickens, i'm afraid I might get attached to the pigs.

Why is everyone getting better Gap coupons than I am? I got a gap 30% off everything friends and family for online and in stores, but not outlets. My SIL wants to go to Freeport this weekend because she got a 40% everything in the outlet coupon. Your coupon is better too.

Did someone say bacon?

Seamus recently brought home several lbs of his own homemade bacon after joining
Bangor Bacon Club He made Pancetta too and it will be ready in a few more weeks!

You mean, in a Charlotte's Web kinda way? I hope your pigs aren't nearly as adorable. That would crush me, well, for a few days at least. Wink

eta - I've seen an animal killed, then field dressed, then hung in the garage, then all cut up, then on my plate. It's not so bad. I just could never cut it up with my own hands.

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Oh, did I mention (once or twice) that I was going to Maroon 5? Well I did. Last Thursday. And I love my Adam more now than ever. OMG, they are amazing live. I posted on my fb that night a nearly naked pic of him, saying that he was my date for that night. I gush over him. And Bruno Mars, whom I am going to see in July. Smile

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Oh, and I filed our taxes tonight. All done, and I rock. Thank you, Turbo Tax.

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Kim I think the extra 10% a Gap Silver card thing. Gap card is my only store credit card (DH hates it as we are point people with USAA) but I love love that reward money every month Lol Free money at Athleta? Yes please. Good job on the taxes Lisa.

I went to my first women's self defense class this morning. Like, street fighting. Like, now "GRIND your fist into his nose, SEE THE BLOOD sort" of shouting at you class. It was rather wild.

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Something in my body crashed yesterday afternoon and I left work at 4:00 to go home and sleep. Slept for 2 hours, had some dinner & put the kids to bed, then slept from about 9:30 p.m. until 6:30 this morning! My body was just DONE, so I obeyed it. Geez.

This weekend I have yoga & baking, as always! Juliet has a birthday party, we'll probably watch a movie with the kids, and run around. Nothing too special but I love my non-special weekends.

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And I'm impressed by all the animal raising and farming. Wow! Makes me feel very lazy.

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Oh, and I filed our taxes tonight. All done, and I rock. Thank you, Turbo Tax.

Mine are all ready to go, except I think I lost the receipt for DD's ballet. I am hoping I just didn't bring it home though, so I will check this weekend and then send them off. I don't think it will make much difference either way. We are getting over $3000 back! I love the return, but it kind of sucks that we have been paying interest on our line of credit, and not getting interest for this money all year. Not much we can do about it though, since it all comes from overtime pay.

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Mine are all ready to go, except I think I lost the receipt for DD's ballet. I am hoping I just didn't bring it home though, so I will check this weekend and then send them off. I don't think it will make much difference either way. We are getting over $3000 back! I love the return, but it kind of sucks that we have been paying interest on our line of credit, and not getting interest for this money all year. Not much we can do about it though, since it all comes from overtime pay.

I love tax time. Most people i know hate it, but like you we get such a big return I can't wait for our T4s and receips to come in. If I told you how much we pay in childcare expenses alone you would probably fall over from shock, but that's why we get so much back. Can't you ask the dance studio for a copy of the receipt? Last year we got over $10K back because DH maxed out all his contributions; this year since he started his own business he was EI exempt, so we aren't getting as much. I keep trying to convince him I should stay home with the kids. I'm not doing a very good job apparently.

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We pay mountains of taxes all year long, and we STILL get a bill every year. It's awful.

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We pay mountains of taxes all year long, and we STILL get a bill every year. It's awful.

You're in NY, right? How much do you guys pay in taxes?

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You're in NY, right? How much do you guys pay in taxes?

It's outrageous. Income tax, property tax, federal tax, state tax, then MORE TAX after all that! It's punitive.

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Guys, I want to change my career. What the hell, eh? I'm a paralegal as some of you know and the money's great and I work pretty close to home, but I'm burning the candle at both ends. Up at 5:30 to shower etc., get the kids up, drop them off at 7, get to work for 7:30, work till 4:30, do it all again in reverse, dinner, bath, bed, then maybe an hour to ourselves. I have no time for other stuff and I'm getting unhealthy because I'm not giving myself the attention I need. Sooooo, there's a university here that offers a 9 month massage therapist program, but it's more than $8000. I would love to do that. I have a frikkin great medical brain and DH would love that the program is only 9 months. I'm kind of getting excited just thinking about it. DH has always asked me why I don't go back to nursing school to upgrade, but truth be told I don't want the hours, plus with DH's schedule being a nurse would never work. So, what do y'all think about that? I want to be happy in what I do. I'm so miserable at my current job. The environment is downright toxic and it's literally making me ill.

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Good luck! Whatever you decide, I am sure you will do great!

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Hahaha taxes. Our basement refinish isn't even done and they already sent out our property tax reassment. Wish the government was this efficient at, well.....ANYTHING else? Don't even get me started on taxes.

Lisa, I used to practice massage therapy. I went to school out in Seattle, it was a 1200 hour program, I think, a year long, and a little over $9,000, but that was in US bucks and was back about, crap, I don't know, 16 years ago? Couple of thoughts. The anatomy and physiology portion is a ton of rote memorization. A shocking amount, or at least my program was, so just be prepared or have time for that. The program attracts a lot of people who are not very professional, or at least in the US it does, so also be prepared for that. The retention/success rate for actual full time work in the field (in the us, after this I'm going to stop saying that!) is very low. I don't know if there is a way to look up those figures but you may want to. A lot of people look at the hourly rate for a massage at a spa, but around here a therapist is lucky to get 40% of that fee. I was a doula and had specialized in pregnancy and prenatal massage. I hooked up with a midwife and worked with her clients throughout their pregnancy in their homes and then attended their births in a doula and massage role. When I moved down south and then back east there was little work as no one was having home births and there were hardly any midwives, so I hooked up with a yoga center and a gym and switched things up ~ set up an office in the other bedroom in my apartment and got clients through the gym and yoga studio ~ but having clients come into your home and going into clients homes is a risk that (now) I would not be comfortable with.

I get a massage in my home every other Thursday night from someone who gave me prenatal massage with my first pregnancy ~ she became a good friend over the years and pregnancies and massages. She owns her own business but started out working in a spa out of school. She got 35% of the hourly rate (back then $60/hour) and was an independent contractor ~ so no insurance and responsible for paying all of her own quarterly taxes etc. She now owns her own business out of a yoga studio and offers massage in clients homes ~ she loves it but it is very physical work. Carrying her table in/setting it up etc. She wants to get pregnant but will have to have someone take over her clients while she is out on leave ~ and of course with that risks loss of clients. Taking a vacation is hard for her. As her clients get used to their weekly or biweekly appointments and get pouty on her and she tries to please everyone and always worried about reeling in new clients as her income depends directly on these people.

I guess what I'm trying to say is that its a hard business. A lot of people get sucked in by seeing the hourly rate LMT's charge ~ but don't think about the cut a spa is taking or the risk/reality of generating clients without first working in a spa or the risks of going into peoples homes or the costs of renting space or the realities of how to generate a client base without having years of practice in your hands etc. It is absolutely very physical work and the toll on ones back and the risk of carpal tunnel is very real. There is also a bit of yuck factor involved, one reason I loved working with women ~ the hairy man back thing sometimes got to me Smile

That said it is super rewarding and really fun, the money can be good~ if you find your niche. Just make sure you have a way to make up that 8K and those 9 Months of non work and childcare expenses for sure before you head into anything, you know?

Sorry for the novella. If you feel excited about the prospect of it just research the crap out of it and go for it ~ life is way too short to be unhappy ~ make it work for you and take the leap!

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Melis, rather than quoting you Wink I'll just say that when I brought up the idea to DH today (after my post) he was less than thrilled about the idea. I'd say he's adamantly against it, actually. He doesn't care what I do, or if it makes me happy or not, just as long as I bring in the big bucks. But thank you for all your sage advice Smile Argh....Why can't I do something that I like, less that full time, where I'm able to get my kids around, keep my house clean and have some time for me? IS THAT TOO MUCH TO ASK!?!?!?!?! Smile

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Let me know when you find it. Smile

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I do daycare part time in my home. I just have a couple of sisters who come 4 days a week, but one is in school full time so I just have her after school and the other is in preschool the same times as my son, so 2 of those days I only have her for the afternoon. I love it! But part of that is that the girls 'fit' really well with my family. It is actually easier for me when they are around cause the kids play really well together Smile I only make about 800 a month though (which covers my car payment and insurance). But like I said, it is very casual part time. I think in Alberta you can take up to 7 kids without being licensed. I charge 40 for a full day (5 hrs or more) and 20 for before and after school.

When you take out the cost of childcare for your own kids, sometimes it is crazy how little you have to make to make up the difference. I am actually making more now then I was when I was subbing with the kids in daycare, but that is partly cause I was paying for days they werent there cause my work wasnt steady. This is a much better option for us right now.

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"freddieflounder101" wrote:

We pay mountains of taxes all year long, and we STILL get a bill every year. It's awful.

Just found out we owe an additional $4000. Not a happy girl right now

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Just found out we owe an additional $4000. Not a happy girl right now

Oh no, that's terrible!

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I just finished making this cake for a dinner this weekend. I am ready for a nap now...

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Dang, Bonita. You are talented!!

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I do daycare part time in my home. I just have a couple of sisters who come 4 days a week, but one is in school full time so I just have her after school and the other is in preschool the same times as my son, so 2 of those days I only have her for the afternoon. I love it! But part of that is that the girls 'fit' really well with my family. It is actually easier for me when they are around cause the kids play really well together Smile I only make about 800 a month though (which covers my car payment and insurance). But like I said, it is very casual part time. I think in Alberta you can take up to 7 kids without being licensed. I charge 40 for a full day (5 hrs or more) and 20 for before and after school.

When you take out the cost of childcare for your own kids, sometimes it is crazy how little you have to make to make up the difference. I am actually making more now then I was when I was subbing with the kids in daycare, but that is partly cause I was paying for days they werent there cause my work wasnt steady. This is a much better option for us right now.

Yep. $15K so someone else can raise my kids. After saying that I can feel one of you guys cyber slapping me right now. Smile

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Dang, Bonita. You are talented!!

Aww, thank you. It has taken me a long time to learn. When I got married 10 years ago I could not cook at all. True story - I had to ask someone how to boil water. There was not one meal I knew how to make. I was 750 miles from my mother and MIL. Taste of Home, Pintrest, and Youtube have helped tremendously.

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Aww, thank you. It has taken me a long time to learn. When I got married 10 years ago I could not cook at all. True story - I had to ask someone how to boil water. There was not one meal I knew how to make. I was 750 miles from my mother and MIL. Taste of Home, Pintrest, and Youtube have helped tremendously.

I'm a cooker, not a baker, but we did make peanut butter cookies the other night, only to get a slap on the wrist from Claire's teacher for sending her to school with cookie in her snack. Oopsies Smile

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It's report card day. Anyone else? I'm freaking all nervous about it. The first report card....duh duh duhhhhhh

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I'm a cooker, not a baker, but we did make peanut butter cookies the other night, only to get a slap on the wrist from Claire's teacher for sending her to school with cookie in her snack. Oopsies Smile

I do a lot of both.

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It's report card day. Anyone else? I'm freaking all nervous about it. The first report card....duh duh duhhhhhh

I am sure she will have done great!

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That cake is AMAZING!! I'm a baker, but I am the worst decorator ever. My stuff tastes good but looks funny. That cake is beautiful. Great work!

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"ClairesMommy" wrote:

It's report card day. Anyone else? I'm freaking all nervous about it. The first report card....duh duh duhhhhhh

We just got ours last week. I was VERY nervous about the 5 year old. She is by far my most difficult child. I was super pleasantly surprised!

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Bonita, that is so pretty. I wish I had talent for baking or decorating, but no luck. I just have 2 friends that I can call when I need a pretty cake

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"freddieflounder101" wrote:

That cake is AMAZING!! I'm a baker, but I am the worst decorator ever. My stuff tastes good but looks funny. That cake is beautiful. Great work!

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Bonita, that is so pretty. I wish I had talent for baking or decorating, but no luck. I just have 2 friends that I can call when I need a pretty cake

You guys are so sweet. Thank you. :giveflower:

I first saw the idea on Pinterest. I then watched several tutitorial on youtube. It really is a lot easier than it looks. It also is very forgiving. It is so busy, you can't see individual mistakes.

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My sister is the baker in the family and I'm I enjoy cooking. I just got home from a facial, poured a glass of white, and am cooking up some shrimp and salmon and chicken with some sort of black bean and tomato and cilantro rice. Or at least, thats what seems to be coming together. Kid 1 ordered himself goalie pads with birthday gift cards and they are all out in the driveway playing hockey with DH...the quiet inside is deafening.

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We are a big bunch of Chatty Cathy's. Smile

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We get access to our new house tonight! Yay! Kaiya and I are going to load up her wagon and haul some stuff over. Fortunately it is only a 10 minute walk.

I am sure my neighbours think I am nuts cause I have no problem hauling things around the neighbourhood in the green plastic kid wagon. But it means we don't need a car. I don't mind, even if we look silly.

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