It is, isn't it? Well he's fine now. So happy ending, I guess?
Well mostly the reason is amount of living space. They live right dow the street though, so sometimes I go visit them
He sounds suspiciously like another dog of my grandparent's, only more aggressive. (I think my grandparents own seven animals in total, in case you were wondering. xD) She constantly wants attention, unless she is sleeping. She's just a little much for me.
Again, it shouldn't hurt if he gets his insulin. He seems to be content with his life.
Very selective, as in they only hire a certain type of gamer. Well, usually.
Maybe I should post my work some time...who knows? Do you? I'd love to read it~
Dreams are really bizarre, but as far as psychology goes, they're really interesting, actually. It's supposed to be a subconscious thing, so supposedly your nightmares would have some basis in your mind already. Some people don't buy into that though. What do you think? Do you think your nightmares have any literal meaning?
Chainsaw the pitbull? That's quite an eerie title considering the origin ...
Well cats make good company most times, I'm sure you had your reasons for passing a few onto your grandparents.
Oh yea, don't get me wrong I do... well ... I tolerate his presence (just like he does mine) If anything, he's more like a cat. All he does is curl up into this tiny black ball and sleep, and if he's not doing that, he's clawing at your legs for attention. A real contradictory animal if you think about it.
Feline diabetes strangely sounds more painful than a humans ... sorry for your cat :[
Very selective game stores? As in, they have SOME of what you're looking for??
I do the same thing when I'm bored too x] it's kinda relaxing if you have an idea forming. I put some chapter up on here, but I don't want to post the second because I hated writing it... :/
And yes, sadly I've been having frequent nightmares. The one from earlier this morning really doesn't count since it really wasn't much. It was just that I dreamt about some ex of mine that I was pretty sure I'd gotten over (but I guess I hadn't seeing as what happened said otherwise o.o)
I don't think they glowed in the dark, but they really stood out against his fur. The vet's office we went to actually had a digital picture frame of some of the pets they treated, and they put a picture of him with the stitches in the slideshow. They know him, to this day as 'Chainsaw'.
Well he's a Pit bull, but not exactly what I would call a BAMF. He's both very soppy, and kind of dumb.
I only have two cats, where at one point I had six. All these animals I talk about are either mine, or now live with my grandparents. It's a long story.
Sounds like a real charmer. Do you at least like him? I mean, you have to, to put up with him, right? xD
Feline diabetes. It's real. Well he isn't dead yet. So long as he gets his insulin he'll feel fine.
Eh, well I live in a small town, so the only retail I'll be getting to work (before I get out of here, and I will.) is grocery stores. There are game stores, but they're all locally owned, and very...selective...
I think today may be showing the signs of a slow one too. I'm doing some writing though. I always write corny introductions to stories when I'm really tired. Bleh.
Bright purple stitches? I'm imagining a glow-in-the-dark after effect from them, which actually sounds Lind of enjoyable really x]
For a dog to actually not mind the stitches means it's either deranged ... or a BAMF (<--- I'm judging you if I have to explain this lol)
And I love cats honestly ... I've got like....Four kittens now. I'm the type of guy that doesn't like having the same old boring kind of pet so it's only natural I get more. Self-sufficient pets are a godsend!
The live I'm describing is more like a parasitic kind of thing. He only tolerates your presence if you come with food or candy ... -___-
Cats can get diabetes? O.e what a way to go :[
And working in retail has its perks. I've worked at H&M and a candy shop, both of which seem like heaven if you know how to approach them. Think of it more like, how a person who LOVES to read wouldn't mind a job at a library kind of thing.
And even though I'm at least thirteen hours late, it was still one of the slowest days I've had in a LONG time.
That and the fact that my horrible nightmare made it all the more longer and annoying :/
He had to get stitches, and they were bright purple. The looked pretty cool actually. He didn't seem to mind them a bit, either. He has...a lot of pain tolerance, I suppose.
I honestly prefer cats though. They are so much easier to deal with. I never liked to keep high maintenance animals, really. I prefer to have something that can look after itself. xD
Is this one of those, 'love hurts' things? Because the love you're describing doesn't exactly sound like love in the sense most people would think of.
Oh, sounds delightful. I used to have to give a cat shots twice a day. He had diabetes, and needed to take insulin. He was surprisingly cooperative.
Are the working conditions at GameStop really that great? I mean, it sounds great in terms of being surrounded by something you enjoy, but it's still retail. And retail is unpleasant, to say the least.
On another note, today is going so slowly. Nothing is going on at all.