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January 06, 2007



I'm glad to hear that your mom is doing better, now that the pain meds have been fixed, and her rehab stay will be extended to allow her to recover well.

I wish I had some advice for the doggie issue, but I'm at a loss on that one. My dog sometimes refuses to go to the bathroom if it's raining. Animals can be so weird.

I can't wait to see your CPH progress!

Sheepish Annie

As one whose pets dictate pretty much anything that goes on in this house, I am not going to have much to offer as your Dog Whisperer...I just do as I'm told. ::sigh::

Glad that your mom is resting more comfortably and that she is being allowed the time she needs to get better. That must be such a relief for you.


Sorry I didn't mention your Mom in your last post, I didn't see that part. Hope all is going well and she's doing much better soon.

And, poor Pheobe! Pugs do tug at the heart strings. I don't think I've ever had the problem with not getting a foot wet before. You could try an old sock with the baggie inside it, then just change the sock. Might not aggrivate her so much.

Not much new down here in the southern part of the state but the sun is shining and it's WARM! Winter skipped us this year and it sounds like it skipped the rest of the country too. Oh, and my Baby left me this morning to go back to college. All her piles are gone and she even made her bed before she left. ....sigh....

Have a great weekend!


You did all that knitting AND took your tree down???? Ours came down today, too. My house feels huge now.


Awww poor phoebe. Mercy is trained to go on a "potty pad" in cases of extreme weather, or if we are gone more than 8 hours. She used it more often when she was teeney and only once in a great while will she use it now. Or when its pouring out. She will walk out the front door, get a little wet, and run back inside.


It sounds like you have a lot on your plate at the moment! I hope your mom is feeling much better now, and Phoebe too. Our Charlie had a growth on his paw removed, and he wore a bandage for a week, but it didn't seem to be an issue for him. Then again, he didn't have to go outside to use the litter box.

Congratulations on all your finished knits. You are doing an amazing job with everything else going on. Can't wait to see your CPH! Mine is lonely...LOL :)


I'm just catching up with blogs after the x-mas break and wanted to wish you a Happy New Year. Glad to hear that your mom is doing better!


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