Indoor Camping – How to Make This Less Fun

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  1. itsacrazycatladything
    Jun 07, 2017 @ 14:00:08

    Sending positive energy your way Jo. Great blog by the way, very real & entertaining. I look forward to reading more.


  2. welcometothenursery
    Jun 07, 2017 @ 18:23:40

    That’s so tough!! Very good post. Maybe they can camp in one room??? Best of luck – positive energy sent your way!! Maybe that coyote is scaring off buyers – yikes!!


    • MoJo
      Jun 08, 2017 @ 00:16:10

      I have tried that but it appears that we have have two kickers and one blanket hog. I’m not going to say that they come by those qualities naturally (me), but I can say that no one sleeps in the whole house unless we set up barricades. Maybe I should get them really snazzy sleeping bags and just let them those? Or maybe they could move in with my parents for the summer??? 😉


  3. mainepaperpusher
    Jun 08, 2017 @ 00:44:02

    Sending positive energy not only for your sanity but also to sell the house! I don’t have kids but I do have two Great Danes. One of them is very tidy, the other is 9 months old and is the demon spawn. He has eaten and spewed almost every imaginable substance throughout the house. Sometimes it’s a game to see how long it takes us to figure out what it might be that he’s gotten into. In other words, I feel your pain on a very small scale. Compared to human puppies, I’m sure he’s a piece of cake. Kind of, maybe…sigh


    • MoJo
      Jun 10, 2017 @ 15:14:54

      Two great Danes!!! That is wild and fantastic! I have a crystal clear memory (one of the few) of standing in a pet store next to a lady with a Dane puppy. She was buying a new food dish. I could have bathed my kids in it – and I don’t mean one at a time! I need to go through your blog more and look for pics of these beautiful beasts. I can’t help but adore them! You are the coolest! And puppy puppies are always worse than human puppies. The puppy puppies some out walking and sprout razor teeth!


  4. misifusa
    Jun 08, 2017 @ 10:16:32

    I showed my house for 10 months straight. Started out making sure everything was PERFECT – then graduated to – when you call me one hour before a showing, don’t eat off the kitchen floor because although it looks clean, you didn’t give me enough time! LOL Keep the kiddies inside and watch out for the critters! But oh my, that gator yawning was cute! I wish you luck. Don’t be hard on you – a family understands that you’re LIVING THERE with YOUR FAMILY! Be patient. The perfect buyer comes with divine timing! Until then, enjoy and eat some chocolate! ♥


    • MoJo
      Jun 08, 2017 @ 10:35:05

      Well you do know how good I am about being patient. It’s so my thing. Wait no. Hold on. I got confused. It’s the thing I ran out a few years ago. No again I’m confused. It’s the thing I never had. 😉 But of course you are completely right. I can see that but it’s like my bonkers genes rise up in a collective attack on my sanity at the worst of times – especially with this house stuff. In reality, this really is the small stuff – miniscule even. Thankfully I have you my wonderful friend and that is the big awesome stuff. Hugs, hugs and more hugs!


  5. Tracy
    Jun 08, 2017 @ 17:25:54

    Sending positive vibes to you and yours. Another great post! 🙂


  6. nicholasjlennox
    Jul 10, 2017 @ 09:02:13

    ! Sending positive energy your way Jo. Great blog by the way, very real & entertaining.


  7. arsenios
    Aug 04, 2017 @ 05:41:03

    ! Sending positive energy your way Jo. Great blog by the way, very real & entertaining.


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