Yeah, the poke was just my incredibly sensitive, articulate way to check on your well-being. I hadn't heard from you in a while. I don't like the sound of you still being laid up. It's nice that Dad and Jeane have come around to help out with some things. I sure hope you're able to get some relief without having to do back surgery. It sucks that you're in that much pain, though. Is Mike still going through that wound draining thing? How much longer is that supposed to be? That's wild that you're getting mid-seventies while so much of the country is really, really cold. We actually had some rain last night. That's pretty rare. Becky is doing fine now. She didn't have to be at the vet overnight. It just seemed like a very long day waiting for her to be done and shake of the anesthesia. She's bounced right back. I'll be curious to see how that incision heals up. The folks are good. Dad and I just finished a project making doll cradles for the great-grandkids. http://cheezburger.com/7936133632 We always enjoy working on projects together. It makes me smile to think how Millie and Roxie are so happy and giving you joy with their antics and affection. I hope you feel much better very, very soon.
How are you doing Deb. Is the ice storm headed your way. Do you do much for Christmas preparation. Ive got the tree and decorations up and mixed the cookies. Now we just need to bake and give out. My Aunt has lost her short term memory due to a blood clot a few years back. Last year she told her cousin she didn't get any of my cookies. The cousin called me and asked why. She got her cookies she forgot. The cousin is just as bad. Its so hard to talk to them knowing they will forget I even called. So far the kitties have left the tree alone and that is a miracle. Sparky, my little outside kitty has changed his feeding times. I didn't see him for days and thought that was it. He showed up Monday afternoon but would just drink milk and water. That's not good. I hope hes eating during the night. Havent seen him since. He looked good, chubby for the winter.
Thanks, Deb! You are right that this isn't my first time losing a furry one, but as you say, it always hurts. Support from understanding friends who have been there always helps, and I can feel the comfort. I hope all is well with you. Hugs, Brenda
Deb, I think about you and my other cheesefriends. I dont think I've been to this site in about a month. Im so sorry to make you worry. Just had a lot going on and didnt have time for anything other than work and sleep. We are all fine. Its so much fun to watch kitties play. Ive been watching this winter storm come across. Its nasty right now with wind gusts 55 or so. I have a dentist appointment in an hour and hate to go back out in it. People here drive like idiots and think its great fun to cut in front of a car. Do you have plans for Thanksgiving. We (daughter and I) were going to go out to eat then she decided she wanted to cook. Fine with me I like leftovers. We used to have a crowd for Turkey day but now its just us. I would volunteer at a soup kitchen if it were just me. When and if I ever get to retire i will have time for that.My daughter drove to NorthCarolina three weeks ago and wants to move there (man friend Ha Ha) she said as her only living relative she wants me to come too. NewEngland is expensive. Rents are about $1000 now you want heat, electric, cable, phone. Houses are even worse. Sounds good. I like it here but i can live snywhere there is water.
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