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About Kitch

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  • Birthday 04/01/1975

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  1. Last day to vote!! Please get as many people to vote as possible! www.tinyurl.com/gonebcr
  2. Everyone still voting every day? Only a week left. 6930 votes and still holding second place.... http://www.tinyurl.com/gonebcr And if you are wondering where the money that NEBCR wins goes, check out their newsletter. There is a breakdown of costs on page 5. http://www.nebcr.org/Newsletter/NEBCR_News...r_Fall_2010.pdf Plus, with all the news of Swafford lately, there is a nice "now and then" section of the seven swafford dogs that NEBCR took in last year. All are loved and happy now.
  3. 5147 votes and still holding on to second place. Only a few weeks left so please keep voting!
  4. Petfinder is such a pain with this contest - they've had more issues with it than any other contest. Argh - very frustrating! Currently we have 3583 votes and are in second place. We are soooooo close to first place but we can't seem to close the gap.... quick link for voting: http://www.tinyurl.com/gonebcr
  5. Yeah, Petfinder has been horrible with this contest - not letting people log in, saying valid accounts don't exist. With as tight as the competition has been, it makes it especially frustrating. Keep trying! http://www.tinyurl.com/gonebcr
  6. NEBCR dropped to dropped to 3rd place overnight. Competition is tight between the finalists....
  7. 1729 votes and currently holding onto first place.
  8. NEBCR is in first place as of this morning. Let's help them hold on to it!
  9. Woohoo! For a little while nebcr was in first place today! It is neck and neck - Every single vote counts!! thanks - that is one of my favorite pictures of Dublin.
  10. Yeah, it is a bit of a pain to get registered initially. Please keep trying - sometimes the stars align and they accept you. After that, you shouldn't have any problems. (fingers crossed)
  11. NEBCR is still in second place with 890 votes. Hopefully we can close the gap and move NEBCR into first place! $10,000 is a lot of money!
  12. NEBCR will be updating their blog regularly with the "Lucky 7's" progress....
  13. Kitch

    Very sad news

    Natalie - I know nothing I can say can possibly make a dent in the loss you and your husband are feeling. Just know I am here for you if you need anything... I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful baby. Kerry
  14. I have the A&E version of P&P - both the annoying VHS version (you have to change tapes every 50 minutes) and the DVD version. I also have the A&E verison of Persuasion. I really like Persuasion, though I didn't the first time I saw it. It kind of grows on you. Now it is up there, just below P&P on my list of favs. I have Emma Thompson's version of S&S, which I really like. I thought she did an excellent job adapting the book. I pretty much like anything that she is in - she's a great actress. I loved her in Much Ado About Nothing (another excellent adaptation for film). For any of her fans, you should see Love Actually if you haven't already. She does a very powerful scene in that movie where she doesn't say a word. Love Actually is another movie that I liked better the second time, though it was probably because I wasn't paying close attention the first time I saw it and it has so many story lines that you can get lost if you get distracted. It has many actors in it from JA movie fame. Colin Fifth, Emma Thompson, Hugh Grant, Alan Rickman....
  15. Kitch

    Old Yeller

    You mean there is stuff that happens after he shoots the dog? I must have seen that move a dozen times growing up and I can't remember anything past that part. Boy, that was a sad movie.... The saddest movie for me (non-animal) is One True Thing with Renee Zelweger (sp?). I thought it was really well done and the "sad" moments weren't over done - they were even subtle at times, which made them pack a helluva wallop. The entire audience was sobbing - the theater ushers started passing around boxes of kleenex (I guess previous showings taught them that was a good idea). People were openly bawling - men and women - and a few people actually had to leave the theater because it hit too close to home. I ended up seeing it twice in the theater - the first time because it looked like a good movie, which it was. The second time was because a friend really wanted to see it and couldn't find anyone else to go with her. I flat-out refused because I didn't want to spend the rest of the day crying, but she eventually wore me down. I thought I would be better prepared at least, having seen it and knowing what was coming, but I bawled my eyes out just as much, if not more the second time.
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