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Author Topic: New Puppy , Death and illness still here  (Read 3223 times)

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Offline Theyer

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New Puppy , Death and illness still here
« on: October 05, 2012, 05:27:38 PM »
I am into week three with Mia 3 and half months off North English Black and Tan Short Jack Russel. I Love Her.

But have hardly any energy left for ought else. Its Mia care full time , not 100% true but more fun to print.

Typing this to Kraftwerks -Electrocardiagram---Funniest thing all week for me.

Big Love to you all darlinks.

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Re: New Puppy , Death and illness still here
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2012, 09:30:24 PM »
No problem. I'm a professional. I do things professionally.

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I luv puppies...luv luv luv luv luv luv puppies...like dogs too!!!

But...I'm not home long enough each day to have one. So don't take the above personally.  ;D

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Re: New Puppy , Death and illness still here
« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2012, 02:32:53 PM »
Have fun with the new little one, Michael.  I'm so glad you have her!
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Re: New Puppy , Death and illness still here
« Reply #3 on: October 08, 2012, 07:43:11 AM »
Congrats on the new puppy.  I know the amazing joy I receive from my Miss Lily.  I've said numerous times that she was my savior when I was deadly sick a couple of years ago.  My biggest fear about dying was worrying about her.  She faithfully laid by my side for months and comforted me.

Congrats again.

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Re: New Puppy , Death and illness still here
« Reply #4 on: October 08, 2012, 09:20:45 AM »
Hey Michaei,

Congrats on the new puppy. I am a cat person, myself, but I am not home enough to have any pets, except maybe fish.


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Re: New Puppy , Death and illness still here
« Reply #5 on: October 08, 2012, 09:55:30 AM »
I love dogs more than people and I'm only nice to humans in case my dog ever needs one of your kidneys , even if its for a snack .

I heard that Michael's Mia is a lover of music and is partial to Bjork . Its OK to listen to Bjork with the puppy but don't wear the swan dress , you will only spoil her . 
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Re: New Puppy , Death and illness still here
« Reply #6 on: October 10, 2012, 05:06:59 AM »
Thank you all dear hearts.
Well it has not been a great week however this a.m I feel a shift and intend to take full advantage off it.

Next Monday or Tuesday, next job is to check, Mia and I are off to Orkney taking the long route so Mia is not on a car ferry for 7 hours and not on a train for longer than 4 hours.That means it will take 4 days to get there. Which if mind and body are OK and the hotels don't smell will be a delight, however I am experienced in this malarkey and am aware I could tumble off the short boat journey needing skilled care.

We will see.

My Mothers health has deteriorated over the the Summer, its very very Sad.
And I am pretty sure her health will dictate how long I am away. Mine is OK health that is. Just coming out off a MissP event , though not thank God so violent , ill at 4 a.m. is better when there is a canine in the house. The Dentist work is half way throe. the Dentist is Good, the organization by the Hospital she works for crap. Cancelled clinics at the last moment , turning up to find clinic cancelled etc.

Well its time to get out off my tribute to Bjork pyjamas and done this Autumns style. Which from now must include a Kidney protector.

love to all
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