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She's a standard poodle. Right now she's black except for her muzzle which is grey. Apparently her whole body will eventually turn all grey. Standard poodles were developed in Germany so I named her Liesel. Rhymes with diesel or weasel. The French developed the smaller poodles from the standard poodles.
I know after each meal or drink,within 15 minutes take the puppy outside,not a playtime,let him do his business take him inside for a treat,say good boy..Don't make the mistake putting down papers,they will go on anything on the floor..learned that the hard way.
It was the first alternator I had done. It was quite easy once I got in there. I have done radiators, breaks, plugs & wires, replacing switches, changing oil & tires. My dad said if I didn't know how to do the basics, I couldn't own a car. Well, that was many many years ago. Ironically, my ex-husband was a mechanic. If I needed work done on my car, I had to either do it myself or pay someone. I learned quite a bit just by getting in there and doing it. I know plumbing, electrical, construction, baking, cooking, cleaning, parenting, landlord... gotta do what ya gotta do. "Jacque of all trades" :)
Ironic I pick the word time after spewing all of this...because I seldom have any to spare or to myself. I wonder why...LOL!
Impressive Minnesippi. With the help of youtube, I've changed out a battery and done air filters. The biggest problem now is that with the modern cars you have to have specialty tools to fix things. It's good to know how to do stuff and be more independent. I got divorced last summer and now I want to finish fixing a toilet that my ex never finished and just left in pieces in the downstairs bathroom.