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July 23rd, 2009

09:49 am

Because I know that some of you worry when I don't post anything for several days, I'm hereby notifying you that I'm in meetings all day today, then leaving early to drive to Austin for a web workshop Friday, then hanging out with friends the rest of the weekend. As they will be involved in gaming most of Saturday, I may or may not post to LJ - I've got a full-on case of RIGHTEOUS AAAAANGER at a local car-wash place from last night, and feel like doing a bit of Googlebombing on their name, so you may be treated to a very long rant. If I don't sit and watch my DVDs of Eureka and Dexter instead, that is.

Crossposted to my Dreamwidth account at http://telophase.dreamwidth.org/1564881.html. You can comment here or there.

02:01 pm - Posted using TxtLJ (http://www.livejournal.com/manage/sms/)

Computer packed. Will hydrangea petal hurt cat who ate a couple-not much?

02:03 pm - Posted using TxtLJ (http://www.livejournal.com/manage/sms/)

Flist can text answer to prev question from profile page.

02:11 pm - Posted using TxtLJ (http://www.livejournal.com/manage/sms/)

Whoever texted-msg didnt come thru.

02:13 pm - Posted using TxtLJ (http://www.livejournal.com/manage/sms/)

Ignore prev post

08:43 pm

In the hotel in Austin now, very very tired. The texts to LJ about the hydrangea-eating cat were because after I packed the computer up and was waiting for myrialux to come by and pick me up for the journey, Sora sniffed the elderly hydrangeas in the vase before me on the coffee table, as he is wont to do, and then as he is not wont to do, took a bite. I eventually figured out that he only ate one petal and not the main body of the flower, so after wintersweet texted me that eating the flower head could cause vomiting and a couple of other symptoms, I decided he'd eaten only a very small amount and half an hour of observation until myrialux picked me up would be enough. Sora was his usual alternately sweet and surly teenage self, and I declared him OK. And removed the hydrangeas from his reach in case he got a wild hair to eat them again. I doubt it, as I think the petal he ate got stuck to the roof of his mouth and he went through a lot of contortions to get it down, an I don't think he was eager to repeat the experience. :)

Crossposted to my Dreamwidth account at http://telophase.dreamwidth.org/1565076.html. You can comment here or there.
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