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Alisamer

The adventures of Beansie

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almostfooledme
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I can't believe how fast you guys move in these JRod threads! I felt proud of myself for getting to #35 but.... whoa!

Anyway, the more I read about Jill, the more convinced I am that my life would have been like these little Rodrigues kids if:

1. My family were fundamentalist Christians (thankfully we are just run-of-the-mill Christians)

2. We had social media when I was a kid

3. My parents had a dozen kids instead of a few

My mom has two serious mental health conditions. She is wonderful and loving but there was also some sad and difficult (my therapist has said "traumatic") stuff to deal with as I grew up. I am curious what everyone's thoughts are on Jill/David's motivation for.... all of this.

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Had to add in #3!

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MarblesMom

Ten hours to go. Beansie got loose and wild tonight. 

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church_of_dog
13 minutes ago, MarblesMom said:

Ten hours to go. Beansie got loose and wild tonight. 

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omg the leash!  :goldfish::bigheart:

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On 5/16/2019 at 12:41 AM, church_of_dog said:

omg the leash!  :goldfish::bigheart:

Add a spiked dog collar and a riding crop-----

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MarblesMom

Beansie found a topiary! 

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Poor Beansie, in boobs, a chapel, Mt Rushmore, many hotels (with after parties LOL) ... and now a topiary.  I had to Scotch tape him back together.  He had a rough week.

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Alisamer

I've been super busy and not able to keep up with much lately (though I have stolen a few minutes here and there to post a little), but I am really loving all the Beansie photos! I love seeing his travels. I've not forgotten him, I've just had no time to work on him at all. Soon...

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On 5/15/2019 at 8:06 AM, HarryPotterFan said:

And is that the chapel the Rods took over?

The very one!   Beansie is hot on the JRod trail!

It is a very small chapel in the middle of a very touristy mall area.   If the Rods went in and started singing/screeching, people would have left the building.  

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