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I woke up Sunday morning and took Pumpkin to vet. Today was her lucky day, and ours for that matter. Her howling had stopped, and we needed to make sure it stopped forever. I dropped her off just before 9 am. When I returned to the Land Rover to head to school, the battery was dead. I called Stuart in a panic because, obviously, I was already late to school. Fingerprinting in is the important part and what keeps you from being docked pay. However, if you don't fingerprint in before a certain time, then you have no choice but to take an emergency day or an unpaid day. Fortunately, Stuart rushed from school, we jumped the car, and then I took his car while he took the Land Rover and sorted out the battery. Because I had arrived late to school, I couldn't quite get the hang of the fact that I had missed the first two periods. I ran behind all day and was a bit confused as to which period we were in. Most of the students were in attendance which was strange because usually after a holiday, especially this close to the winter break, they don't return. We had sent home several reminders, so it appeared that those messages were received and followed. Things are changing, slowly but surely. I left school early to attend Jack's inter squad swim gala. His coach bragged about him, telling us that he is a natural swimmer. Once we were finished at the school we hit the super market. I needed some things in order to make toffee for all the kids' teachers. Then it was home in order to get kids ready for rugby. I went to pick up Pumpkin and Stuart and the kids went to rugby. When I arrived they brought her out in her cage. The doctor gave me directions as to what to do once she was at home. The doctor looked into her cage to tell her goodbye and then asked the assistant why she hadn't put the collar on her. The assistant said she had, in fact, put the collar on. Seeing how Pumpkin is an absolute magician, it didn't surprise me that she had slipped out of the collar. A few minutes later the assistant came back and Pumpkin had her collar on. When I was driving home I called Stuart to tell him about the collar escape. Just as I was speaking to him, I turned around to see that Pumpkin was in the cage, her collar behind her. Once I had her home, I let her out of her cage. She was super skiddish and wanted nothing to do with me. I put her collar back on her and she FREAKED out. She was like a pinball, shooting all over the house, running into things because of the collar, and bouncing off furniture. It scared me. I finally caught her and took the collar off. She then ran upstairs and behind the sofa in the loft. I went to visit Cathy and ended up taking her and Kayleigh to the club for dinner. The kids were finished with rugby practice and we all ate together. Stuart had a committee meeting so wasn't able to eat with us. Once we had finished dinner, we all headed home. To my surprise, Pumpkin had rubbed off her bandage and it looked to me as if her wound was exposed and oozing. I called Stuart and then I messaged the vet. It scared me because I didn't know what to do. After further inspection, it didn't look as bad as I had initially thought. However, Stuart still decided he would take the next day off and take her back to the vets, just to be safe. In the meantime, she stayed in our room Sunday night, which provided me with little to no sleep. She was still scared of everyone and everything the following morning, but hopefully would get over it and forgive us for doing this to her. Monday morning, because I was on cat alert in the night, I messaged Lara and told her I was not walking. I needed more sleep. I know it was only an hour, but it was better than nothing. I had a whole lot of nothing to do at work so I basically roamed the halls helping with the naughty boys. With just two weeks before break, the boys get extremely restless and misbehave more than usual. I ended up leaving school early, picking up Millie and heading to a play place at one of the malls. Millie's friend Sophie had alerted us that she would be moving back to Australia on Saturday and wanted her friends to get together one last time before they left. The kids had a lot of fun, but I know Millie will miss Sophie. Such is the life of an expat kid, sadly. While Millie and I were with Sophie, Jack went with Stuart to rugby. The plan was that I would pick Jack up from the club, but in the end. Source: The Telford's Adventure

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PHOTO CAPTION: Sgt. 1st Class Dremiel Byers, a member of the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program at Fort Carson, Colo., lifts Olympic gold medalist Rulon Gardner en route to a 3-1 victory in the 264.5-pound Greco-Roman finale of the 2004 U.S. National Wrestling Championships at Las Vegas Convention Center. U.S. (Army photo by Tim Hipps, FMWRC Public Affairs) Byers determined to wrestle another Olympics before coaching 110215 By Tim Hipps FMWRC Public Affairs SAN ANTONIO – With the 2012 London Games looming over the horizon, U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program Greco-Roman heavyweight wrestler Sgt. 1st Class Dremiel Byers is more determined than ever to win an Olympic gold medal. “I’ve been number one in the world,” said Byers, the only U.S. Greco-Roman wrestler to win gold, silver and bronze medals at the World Championships. “I need to be number one in the world when the world is watching. The Olympic Games is that stage and that venue, and that’s what I’m doing this for.”...
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