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post #121 of 143

Thanks guys. I was really scared this time around. 

post #122 of 143
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Thanks guys. I was
really scared this time around. 

i bet you were. I gotcalled back for a lump a few years ago but the biopsy showed a fatty lump. A great relief.
post #123 of 143
I saw three grandchildren and my son today. That's always nice.
post #124 of 143
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We've made a lot of progress in yard cleanup in the past week. smile.gif
post #125 of 143

I didn't break anything when I fainted early Friday Morning, and got out of the hospital by Saturday afternoon with good results on all tests.  I now have confirmed a beautiful brain, a heart that is working properly, and clear carotids..lol.

post #126 of 143
@Pat hugs.gif Passing out is always nasty, whatever the cause. Glad everything's ok.

Best things for me at the moment - Asha is now fit enough to spay, Pixie's chf is still stable, my exmoor pony is being reconsidered for full exmoor status by the breed society (long story...basically Collie was an accident and her dad didn't have a breeding license...)
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@Pat hugs.gif Passing out is always nasty, whatever the cause. Glad everything's ok.

Best things for me at the moment - Asha is now fit enough to spay, Pixie's chf is still stable, my exmoor pony is being reconsidered for full exmoor status by the breed society (long story...basically Collie was an accident and her dad didn't have a breeding license...)


Thank you..now I have to go look up what an exmoor pony looks like :)  I once owned a palomino half-Arabian, who had to be inspected before they would allow him to be registered as a palomino.  This was done by first owner, and later while with me, he developed very unapproved markings up his legs (mom was a buckskin)...I don't think he should have passed that inspection..lol.

post #128 of 143
No need - here's my little exmoor smile.gif
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I did though, very interesting...and thank you for posting photo.  Sure looks like all the other photos I found of exmoor's :)

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I've been making a lot of headway in yard cleanup. agree.gif
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I needed to have a diagnostic mammogram, followed by a diagonostic ultrasound done yesterday. Both came back normal. There are no problems. I am fortunate and grateful.


Glad everything is well with you health wise Pam. :)

post #132 of 143
My son is learning new things. This week, he's learned to crawl and pull himself up to stand. I also swear he said "hi" but my husband says no he's too young.
post #133 of 143
There's a senior (>10) feral at the shelter that was petrified of humans when he was trapped about 6 months ago; he wouldn't even come close to the building where the members of our feral colony are fed. He's gradually lost a lot of his fear, discovered the joys of canned food and that people aren't all that terrifying. This morning Uncle Erhard let me pet him! It was only for about a minute and while he was eating, but that's huge progress for a little old feral.
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There's a senior (>10) feral at the shelter that was petrified of humans when he was trapped about 6 months ago; he wouldn't even come close to the building where the members of our feral colony are fed. He's gradually lost a lot of his fear, discovered the joys of canned food and that people aren't all that terrifying. This morning Uncle Erhard let me pet him! It was only for about a minute and while he was eating, but that's huge progress for a little old feral.

That's fantastic. Good old Uncle E.

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There's a senior (>10) feral at the shelter that was petrified of humans when he was trapped about 6 months ago; he wouldn't even come close to the building where the members of our feral colony are fed. He's gradually lost a lot of his fear, discovered the joys of canned food and that people aren't all that terrifying. This morning Uncle Erhard let me pet him! It was only for about a minute and while he was eating, but that's huge progress for a little old feral.

That's great!! :clap: He'll be looking to be petted before you know it!! 

post #136 of 143
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I found a dress for the bridal shower I have to go to in a few weeks and it was only &29.99. 26.gif I get a letter from my mortgage company that we overpaid towards our escrow and they sent us a check and cutting our payments down $150 a month. 26.gif
post #137 of 143
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There's a senior (>10) feral at the shelter that was petrified of humans when he was trapped about 6 months ago; he wouldn't even come close to the building where the members of our feral colony are fed. He's gradually lost a lot of his fear, discovered the joys of canned food and that people aren't all that terrifying. This morning Uncle Erhard let me pet him! It was only for about a minute and while he was eating, but that's huge progress for a little old feral.

Uncle Erhard let me pet him for about three minutes today - and he wasn't even eating. The best part is that a woman who came by to make arrangements for her dog to be boarded decided to sponsor him! I wonder whether he's realized that I've been bringing in cans of his favorite food? smile.gif
post #138 of 143
My new washer and dryer come today. I'm excited, it should save us money on water and hydro every month. I got a great deal on them last week and have been waiting for 6 days to have them delivered.
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Uncle Erhard let me pet him for about three minutes today - and he wasn't even eating. The best part is that a woman who came by to make arrangements for her dog to be boarded decided to sponsor him! I wonder whether he's realized that I've been bringing in cans of his favorite food? smile.gif

:clap:That is fantastic. Way to go!!!!   I bet he does know. Cats are so smart and so intuitive. I love stories like this. They just make my day!! :woohoo:

 

 

Henry still won't come out of his room but he's venturing out of his tote more and is finally using his tree. He's also interacting with the girls more. he comes out of his tote when they go in the room and exchanges nuzzles and head butts with them. He also comes out more for pets from me, too. :clap:

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Henry still won't come out of his room but he's venturing out of his tote more and is finally using his tree. He's also interacting with the girls more. he comes out of his tote when they go in the room and exchanges nuzzles and head butts with them. He also comes out more for pets from me, too. clap.gif
That's definite progress! clap.gifclap.gifclap.gif
post #141 of 143
I woke up, was able to get out of bed, no pain or sickness, day's outing with hubby which included two peaceful ferry rides. Life is good. I am blessed. agree.gif
post #142 of 143
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My new washer and dryer come today. I'm excited, it should save us money on water and hydro every month. I got a great deal on them last week and have been waiting for 6 days to have them delivered.

Enjoy them.
post #143 of 143
My back has been hurting less lately.
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