Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Is That The Planks I Get.

Hi there, yes it's me, Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar.  My human dad, Gary, has been a bit too preoccupawed with worrying about situations that may never happen.  I've told him to stop the negative speculation and focus on the realistic, pawsitive pawsibilities that may well come of his needless worry.

Although and I understand why he's struggling with an overwhelming sensation of claustrophobia in our apartment.

Luckily, the faulty fire alarm has not gone off while I've been here.  That would make my ears flap like you wouldn't believe! The faulty fire alarm still needs to be checked out.
This is the view outside the bedroom window.  A pawculiar, pawplexing  pawnorama of planks. Gary, a bit of a plank himself, took the above photo whilst lying on the bed.  This pawticular, pawculiar, pawplexing pawnorama of planks has been on view for over five months.

It all began when some workers had to fix our ceiling back then.  It now turns out that the entire roof of the apartment building needs fixing.  Thus, management has had the scaffolding left up.  They didn't think it made any sense to bring it down only to have it put back up again. But after over five months...well...that's now bordering on totally ridiculous!
The view from the bedroom window.  Beyond the scaffolding, beyond the planks and beyond the trees, you can see St. Lukes church in this here town named Leek.
Looking out of the living room window.  The orange building with the light coloured roof is the last place my human dad worked.  It's where the torment of workplace bullying ended for him.






Above, you see a whole series of photos and the scenery obscured by scaffolding.  A number of trees were cut back and the view in the distance has become more obvious.  A shame that my human dad has a clearer view and a reminder of the place where the bullying ended because his doctor signed him off too sick to work. 

Then again, I'll get him to focus on all those pawsitive pawsibilities that are going to happen.

I'm sorry that Gary hasn't been commenting on blogs much lately.  I'll take over commenting while he revels in the irony of what happened a few days ago.  Hey, the latest farcical situation he finds himself him will make for one heck of a blog pawst.  So, that's a pawsitive thing....

Planks a lot
Is what we got
Silly scaffold ruins the view
What can you do
You wait and wait
Aint that great
Maybe some day
It'll go away

88 comments:

  1. At least you're not being forced to walk the planks!!!
    Glad the fire alarm hasn't been bothering you, Penny. Here's hoping that roof gets fixed up quickly and your human dad can enjoy his view again!

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    1. Hi human, Jemi,

      Sometimes, I think I'm becoming a doggy pawrate! Ooooh arf!

      Thankfully, the alarm has not gone off but still needs fixing. The roof had better get fixed soon before the weather gets bad. Five months at staring at planks and Gary are way too much!

      Thank you, Jemi.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  2. Oh lord, Penny. Hope your human dad gets a respite from all this going-on very soon. Hugs to you both!

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    1. Hi human, Damyanti,

      My human dad has been encountering a lot of crazy situations for quite some time. My doggy senses tell me that the situations will be getting better quite soon.

      Thank you, Damyanti.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  3. Sorry that has to be your view. And through crappy scaffolding no less.

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    1. Hi human, Alex,

      A view of planks and silly scaffolding. Has to end very soon.

      Thank you, Alex.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  4. Arr, to Davy Jones' locker with those planks! 🆘

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    1. Hi human, Pat,

      Arf arr! Management should be forced to walk them thar planks!

      Thank you, Pat.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  5. Wow Penny.....that is some view. How to make something positive out of that I wonder.....well....at least they aren't bars on your windows. Take Gary outside Penny. Make him walk and breathe in the fresh air. Let him see the countryside without a plank in his eye. How ridiculous that they have left the scaffolding up for this length of time with no work being done.

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    1. Hi human, Delores,

      I do mention to Gary the pawsitive aspects for beyond the obstruction, we now have have a better view in the distance since some trees were cut back. I keep taking Gary out for walks and it does help, fur sure.

      Indeed, no work has been done for over five months. He's applied to move out. Ah, to have a garden again.

      Thank you, Delores.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  6. Tell Gary, to stay pawsitive in times of turmoil. That view is definitely obstructed and the owner of the complex should be ashamed of themselves for keeping it up so long.

    Now, there will be absolutely no walking the plank unless there is a wondrous blue sea.(heehee)

    Stay well my friend! You know where i am if you need to talk.

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    1. Hi human, Truedessa,

      Quite right and I'm furever telling him to focus on the pawsitivity that is beyond the obstacles. Management should most certainly be ashamed. He's told them several times it needs sorting.

      No walking the plank. One hell of drop at the end :)

      Thank you for your thoughtfulness, my kind human friend.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  7. Planks, be gone! Did it work? I'll have to call and complain to management for your dad. This plank business has gone on long enough! Well, at least he has you to pick up his spirits!

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    1. Hi human, Martha,

      Planks, anyway, but alas, no, they be still there! My human dad thanks you for phoning management. I keep his spirits high. Time to get rid of those planks. I like the idea of a plankless place.

      Thank you, Martha.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  8. It is lovely to see you Penny. Please tell Gary that we are all thinking of him.

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    1. Hi human, Sue,

      It's lovely to be seen. Thank you for your thoughtful words and I shall pass on your message to Gary.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  9. Oh dear, all that scaffolding brings back memories of my old house. We had to have it re-roofed and a lot of other work done. We were staring out through pipes and planks for months too. I hope it all gets sorted out soon.

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    1. Hi human, Ian,

      Oh no, you can relate to planks and all that other stuff. It sure gets on your nerves. Hope all is well on Vancouver Island. Thank you for your kind comment, Ian.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  10. Thanks for the update Penny. Five months is a long time to be sure, but pawse a moment and think on this: my brother has been living in a rented apartment with two leaking windows so it gets wet inside everytime it rains and he requested repairs within a month of moving in, but now, a YEAR later, nothing has been done. Other apartments in the same building also have the same trouble, but the body corporate is really dragging its heels about getting things fixed.

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    1. Hi human, River,

      That's terrible in regards to your brother. Sadly, it a situation you hear about far too much. Management in these places seem to more concerned about collecting rent and any maintenance that hope will magically fix itself.

      Thank you, River.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  11. I guess Penny we are all guilty of worrying about things that may never happen so can relate to Gar.
    Loved the post and pictures, one clever dog I see.

    Yvonne.

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    1. Hi human, Yvonne,

      Indeed and negative speculation doesn't do you humans any good. I know that you can find the pawsitive angle even what can be pawceived as totally negative.

      Thank you, Yvonne.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  12. Now who on Earth would invent a character to express his feelings through another voice! Wink, wink....
    CLICK HERE for Bazza’s execrable Blog ‘To Discover Ice’

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    1. Hi human, bazza aka Barry,

      I Eagerly wonder what you mean.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  13. Hi Gary - good to see Penny blogging ... those views are a bit desperate to look at - and getting a roof fixed is no easy task. I sure hope something pawsitive can come out of this ... with thoughts to you both - cheers, if that's the right word for now?, take care and enjoy the last of the summer time - Hilary

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    1. Hi human, Hilary,

      Ah yes, with Gary so messed up with bungling bureaucratic bs, I've taken over the blog. Through such a desperate sight will come some pawsitive light. Pawsitivity is the key and that would be the word.

      May you enjoy the last days of summer, my kind human friend.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  14. Hi Penny, please tell Gary I feel his pain. I had a painter and decorator at my home for three days and six weeks later I was heartily fed up of the scaffolding outside my house. I wrote a letter to him telling him I would be charging him £50 a day for storage of the scaffolding commencing with immediate effect. The scaffolding was gone the next day.

    Penny, I know that's not a solution for Gary but I really do hope all the work gets sorted soon so Gary can rest easy again. Take care.

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    1. Hi human, Eileen,

      Wow, that was pawesome what you told that painter and decorator. I should get Gary to charge the management of this housing association to compawsate him. He has told the management in this building that I've put up a a pawst about this silly scaffolding situation. Evidently, they gave him a weird look. This means they must be shown the link to this pawst.

      Thank you for your thoughtful words and I know my human dad would like to go on a holiday away from it all. Maybe I can take him somewhere.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  15. Yikes that's no joke, sure hoping that roof gets fixed quick smart so they can take it down. That is a long time to have a view obscured by planks. We have some scaffolding on our house at the moment but hopefully it will be down again in a couple of weeks. Please tell Gary to stay pawsitive Penny.

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    1. Hi human, Suzanne,

      Fur sure, no joke. Of course, with the great British weather, they'd better get it sorted out soon. I hope your scaffolding is down in a couple of weeks.

      My human is doing his best to stay pawsitive during a whole series of bizarre situations.

      Thank you, Suzanne.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  16. Five months seems...excessive. Does the company doing the repairs not need that scaffolding for another job? Or is it really cheap, Ikea scaffolding that they can afford to just leave there indefinitely?
    There has to be a positive side here. Is there any way to open a window, walk out on the scaffolding and have a cup of tea or glass of whiskey as the sun goes down?

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    1. Hi human Pickle,

      It's most excessive. I've been informed that the management of this building is paying for the rental of the scaffolding. Which means that those who should be fixing the roof are pawhaps having a right good laugh.

      Absolutely, the pawsitive aspect to this is that we can turn the scaffolding into a makeshift balcony and pawty on. Great thought, my kind friend.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  17. So long and thanks for all the planks! Five months is way too long. Don't they need them somewhere else?

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    1. Hi human, Diane,

      Planks for the memories. If only. Yes, five months is beyond idiotic. They don't seem to be bothered about having them somewhere else. Actually, the scaffolding should have moved to another section of the building. Very weird.

      Thank you, Diane.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  18. Dear Penny, what a pawsitive little dog you are.
    Good for you – you are a star.
    OK I’m not a poet and yes I know it!
    I’m tempted to say something about planks for the memories, but I will refrain.
    Love to you and to you Gary x

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    1. Hi human, Barbara,

      A pawsitive dog
      Doing a blog
      A pawet you are
      A human pawetic star
      Planks for that
      You rhyme better than Pat in the Hatt.

      Love and hugs, your way, my delightful human friend.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  19. With such as view maybe a little piddle at the base should come due. Melt the thing at the bottom, then poof, it all falls down.

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    1. Hi Pat in the Hatt,

      Already piddled on the plank
      Wonder why it stank
      Alas, it still stay up
      Much to the dismay of this here pup.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  20. I would be tempted to hang a large plant in a macrame pot in that window to improve the view! Hoping that things improve soon ... A phawlty fire alarm is dangerous; be a squeaky wheel, Gary.

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    1. Hi human, Jenny,

      Good idea. I'm tempted to put out some hanging baskets to make it real nice out there. I know things will get better because my human dad has a surreal experience the other day that is going to be the turning point for him.

      He's on edge worrying that the faulty fire alarm will go off. The wheel is sounding like a cute little mouse.

      Thank you, Jenny.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  21. I guess we were lucky Penny, the scaffolding was removed within a few days once the concrete had set. However, not much else has happened to our balcony yet and we still can't get out. Grrrrr. I am glad the alarm hasn't gone off while you were there. Pretty bad for human ears let along dog ears which hear so much more. I am pawsitive you would go nuts if it did go off. Say hi to Gary for me.

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    1. Hi human, Jo,

      Ah, but I do know you had to endure a lot of noise outside your place. I hope your balcony situation is sorted soon. We have a juliet window which is lousy.

      Gary has told me the smoke alarm is horrendous. He even went to apawlogise to the neighbour below because of the incredibly loud noise. The old dear below us hadn't even realised.

      I have said hi to Gary for you, my lovely human friend.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  22. You are such a sweetheart, Penny. Hopefully those planks come down soon. I'm sure you've been giving Gary some extra cuddles.

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    1. Hi human, Christine,

      Paw and planks, um, thanks for that. Those planks will will soon find an axe chopping away at them if nothing gets done soon.

      Right then, I shall go give Gary some extra cuddles.

      Thank you, Christine.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  23. I wonder how many months the scaffolding will remain in place. Keep us updated, please, pretty Penny.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Hi human, Janie,

      The scaffolding will there furever and a day. As soon as it goes, I'll let you nose, um, knows, um know.

      Love and doggy hugs, your way.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  24. WTF!!! You poor baby! those planks are annoying! Don't feel bad about commenting, I have been AWFUL and I have been AWFUL about thanking you for your RT's and all on Twitter. Love you!!! catchatwithcarenandcody

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    1. Hi human, Caren,

      WTF aka We Tried Farting on the planks and they are still there!! I know my human dad finds it very time consuming to get around and comment plus comment back individually on here. It's a tough balance. You are very welcome for all the shares on the social media. It's the least we can do for nice folks like you.

      Thank you, Caren.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  25. Well, at least there are chinks in the planks so you can still see what the view should look like.

    Stay pawsitive Penny.

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    1. Hi human, Donna,

      Quite right and the gaps in the planks give us an idea about such things as the sky above. Will be pawesome when the view is no longer obscured by planks.

      Thank you, my nice human friend.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  26. Hey Penny you little superstar, I feel for your human, it's a rough time he's been having there and the management are being utter gits regarding the welfare of the people living the building, I'm glad he has you to lighten his day and that some greenery is available through the wooden slats, he mustn't concentrate on the old grim place of work, but focus on all the trees around if possible, give him a paw from me and Rosie, may your biscuits be plentiful Pawsitive Penny, love Michelle and Rosie-roo X

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    1. Hi human, Michelle,

      The management are being indifferent to the plight of my paw human dad. I'm doing my utmost to help him maintain that pawsitive focus. It's kinda' nice to be able to see a bit further in the distance since some trees were cut back. There is some nice greenery scenery.

      All the best to you and all the beast to Rosie.

      Ah, biscuits!

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  27. Great post Penny! They really should take that scaffolding down though. And I totally understand Gary's overthinking and anxiety issues. It never stops for me either. :(

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    1. Hi human, JoJo,

      Thanks for liking my pawst! The scaffolding being up for so long is super unfair. I knew you would understand. Empawthy can be a pawsitive force.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  28. Nice to read your post Penny.
    I do hope something happens soon on the roof fixing, it's too long a time to have a view obscured by planks!

    Take Care

    All the best Jan

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    1. Hi human, Jan,

      Thank you for reading my pawst.

      The planks have to be gone soon before the onset of the winter months.

      Thank you, my amazing human friend.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  29. Ah man - well, it is a reminder of the place you are free from. But that's a lousy planking situation. No planks, I'd say. No planks.

    Planks, planks, planks
    uglier than evil banks
    worse than having to give thanks
    to a prankster in the ranks of tanks
    Go away, damn ugly planks
    Give Gary and Penny some peace
    Please and thanks.

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    1. Hi human, Robyn,

      A plankless task, I might ask.

      The big plank theory
      I shall make a query
      Why do them leave them there
      With nary a care
      For me or Gare.
      Planks for your pawetry
      It was good to see.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  30. Penny, you're right that your human shouldn't worry about things which might not happen, but imaginative humans can't help doing that - hopefully you can steer him away from the negative thoughts and towards something more cheery.

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    1. Hi human, Patsy,

      Yes, my human dad can have an overactive imagination. He needs to use such an imagination to visualise pawsitivity even when he's been overwhelmed by some very real negative stuff over the last couple of years.

      Cheery is the way forward and thank you, my lovely human friend.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  31. Because of my past with fires, I hate fire alarms. They scare me, and if they go off, I can't settle down for a wrong time afterward. And my cats don't like them either, I'm glad yours haven't gone off.

    I would hate to look out my window and see those planks. I hope they get taken away soon.

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    1. Hi human, Chrys,

      I'm truly sorry about the trauma you have endured with fires. Fire alarms can be horrible. I totally understand how it can put you on edge, you and your cats. Yes, the faulty alarm hasn't gone off when I've stayed here.

      The planks are giving my human some panicky feelings.

      Oh and wonderful job in the interview. My human knows how frightening that can be.

      Pawsitive wishes, Penny 🐶

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  32. It seems to me these days the planks are taking over. We have a thick one in the White House over here!
    x
    Laura

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    1. Hi human, Laura,

      Ah, pawesome stuff and I note you've gone, quite plankly, pawlitical!🤡

      Pawsitive wishes to you and the follow up response from, Jo.

      Penny 🐶

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  33. Lovely to read, and warm greetings and best wishes!

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    1. Hi human, Blogoratti,

      Planks a lot, my fine human friend.

      Pawsitive wishes,

      Penny 🐶

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  34. Five months seems like an over-long time for the repairs, so I'm siding with you both on the claustrophobia and blighted view issues. Any news since last you posted? Hope repair progress was part of that news.

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    1. Hi human, Lee,

      It turns out that we've got the time frame, or time scaffolding, slightly out. It's been just over four months because my human dad has got the actual date the mess was erected. It was May 8. My human has now lodged a formal complaint because nothing has happened.

      Thank you, my pawesome friend, Lee.

      Pawsitive wishes,

      Penny 🐶

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  35. I'm so sorry you now have a clearer view of your old workplace. No one should have to face a constant reminder of bullying.
    So glad to hear from you, sweet Penny! Hugs to you and your dad.

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    1. Hi human, Julie,

      Thank you, my thoughtful friend. Gary tries to put that part of the view out of his mind. It seems like an evil irony.

      Glad to hear from you, dear Julie. A hug back to you.

      Pawsitive wishes,

      Penny 🐶

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  36. Hi Penny. Say 'hi' to Gary for me. Hope those obstructive planks come down soon. Get him to take you for walk...for a change of view!

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    1. Hi human, Sharon,

      I shall, when I get back from my human brother Tristan's place, take him out for a walk. Those planks are getting to become a real problem. So much so that my human dad has lodged a formal complaint as of Sept. 6.

      Thank you.

      Pawsitive wishes,

      Penny 🐶

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  37. Pull the blinds and live in a world of your own creation-- one where everything is a chew toy or made of treats. It's what I do when I don't much care for reality-- well, the chew toys are usually beach views in my alternate reality.

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    1. Hi human, Elizabeth,

      I've offered my human dad, Gary, some of my doggy treats to help take his mind off the planks. I think my human dad has been in the dark for a bit too long. He does, however, much like your kind self, live in a world somewhat removed from this reality when he's needing to challenge an overwhelming environment.

      Thank you.

      Pawsitive wishes,

      Penny 🐶

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  38. The view is obscured for sure. Hope the obstacles will be gone soon! :)
    ~Jess

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    1. Hi human, Jess,

      Sadly, the view is still obscured. My human dad has now sent two formal complaints but has heard nothing back yet. That was over a week ago.

      Thank you.

      Pawsitive wishes,

      Penny 🐶

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    2. I am glad that you have sent complaints and figured out ways to see if you can get more of the benefits you deserve. I am so sorry you are going through all of this. The scaffolding is ridiculous and the alarms (old and new) sound like a nightmare. I also don't like that your view looks to a place that caused you so much pain. I can't do anything- but- I can send hugs, warm thoughts and positive thoughts to you through the universe.

      Hugs
      ~Jess

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  39. Five months seems a very long time to fix a roof. It's obviously not that big a priority, yet they're too lazy to take it down and put it back when they actually get round to it. I think there's too many planks around in general!

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    1. Hi human, Nick,

      Five months seems like an eternity. It seems that bureaucratic incompetence has reared its ugly, indifferent head. My human dad lodged a formal complaint over two weeks ago. He's heard nothing back. What a surprise. Yes, gotta agree with the planks situation!

      All the beast, um, all the best with your book, my nice human friend.

      Pawsitive wishes,

      Penny 🐶

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  40. Gads, I'm almost a month late. I can't believe it. But it says something about the scaffoldings in my life, I suspect. Here's to you, Penny, and your human dad and brother. Hope the scaffolding comes down (gently) soon. Hope you get to run in the meadow with your human dad in tow. Miss you and your wisdom badly.

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    1. Hi human, Joylene,

      No matter the time, it's always nice to see you, my lovely human friend. An interesting analogy and planks for that. The scaffolding is still there. Complaints have been ignored. I might get my human dad to go outside and gently dismantle the darned mess.

      I shall soon be free to run as I did when I was but a puppy. Thank you, Joylene.

      Pawsitive wishes,

      Penny 🐶

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  41. I wanted to comment on your newest post but couldn't find the button to post a comment. I'm sorry this year is tough. I know what its like to rely on benefits. I'm glad you're still getting yours.

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    1. Hi Chrys,

      It's very kind and thoughtful of you to backtrack to this post to comment. On my newest post, the comment section is switched off. I'm trying to comment on other blogs and I hope that by switching off the comments section that I could concentrate more on other blogs.

      Thank you for your kind words, Chrys. Indeed, benefits is not a lifestyle choice for either of us. Through a lot of pain reliving past hells, I've somehow managed to keep most of my benefits.

      Wishing you a peaceful, positive day, my friend.

      Gary 😀

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  42. I'm here to comment on your newer post too, Gary. I'm so sorry you've had such a tough year. My heart was aching as I read what you've had to endure. I was bullied at work a couple of years ago because of my migraines. They were placing bets on me, actual bets, on if I'd show up or not, and my supervisor was in on it. It was so demeaning. But, because I was in such a low place health wise, I didn't do anything because I didn't have the physical strength. I'm so very sorry to know that you went through anything like that. It just sucks. I'm sending you lots of healing vibes.

    Here's my new blog addy too and enjoy the rest of your week!
    Elsie

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    1. Hi Elsie,

      Apologies for such a long time in my actually responding to your thoughtful comment.

      That's unacceptable what happened to you, my kind friend. How horrible of those workplace bullies. They knew you were vulnerable. That's why they considered you an easy target. I can so relate to what happened to you.

      I tried several times to leave a comment on your blog. Unfortunately, I was unable to comment and just went around in circles trying to log in.

      I copied and pasted what I try to state on your post. Here it is:

      Hi Elsie,

      I'm having a heck of a time commenting on your site. My comment, which was lengthy, completely vanished. Wouldn't accept my email address or my url.

      I'll try again as a guest.

      Beyond the addiction, there is, most likely, a very frightened person trapped within the addiction. Of course, to move on from the addiction, we have to be sincere in wanting to get better and to embrace all the positive resources conducive to getting better.

      Beyond the stigma there is hope. Flowers would be most symbolic of hope. Empathy is a powerful gift.

      Gary aka klahanie.

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