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Old 03-10-2008, 03:42 PM   #461
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But... you still get your Sunday family dinners don't ya?? I hope so. They sound like the perfect way to spend time and spread love around.
Yes, I am able to keep up our sunday dinner, and both my girls have jumped in and are larning to make appy's and salads and desserts, it is now a combined effort and let's me spend extra time just watching the babies play and holding any who just want to sit a spell

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Old 03-10-2008, 03:47 PM   #462
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Kadesma - enjoy all you have got & I hope you can look after them again. It is so great for children to have their grandma easily accesible. I regret so much that my mum died when Nicholas (her only grandchild at that point) was 1. They and she have missed so much.
Thank you Miniman,
I don't mean to complain, I've been oh so lucky with getting to watch my little ones..It was hard though to admit I was Ill and having to stop watching them hurt like crazy, but I do see them every sunday, so I'm still very lucky..I'm doing so much better now that I'm hoping to take them back several days a week soon and can hardly wait..It's been hard not having them with me, but, the hugs and kisses on sundays keep me going til summer gets here and they are mine again I hope little Nicholas knows about his Ma...We, love those little ones more than you can imagine...Give him a hug from this ma..Please
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Old 03-19-2008, 04:40 PM   #463
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i'm returning to cooking school!

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Old 03-19-2008, 05:27 PM   #464
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Today I am celebrating getting out of the hospital (again), this time for pneumonia.
Tomorrow I am celebrating our 13th wedding anniversary.
Woo hoo!
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Old 03-19-2008, 07:34 PM   #465
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Congrats Mav I hope you can manage to stay outta the joint awhile!!!

And congrats on the anniversary too! 13 is alot of years these days!!!
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Old 03-19-2008, 07:38 PM   #466
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Congratulations, Buddy...on getting out of the hospital and the anniversary.

As for the anniversary, keep up the good work. Buck and I will celebrate 25 (officially) this year - 32 unofficially.
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Congratulations on the anniversary Buddy! I'm glad you are out of the hospital, and I hope you are done with that place for a long time.

I am celebrating my wonderful vacation and time with my daughter and grandkids. Andrew turned 10 last Saturday, and I was here for that. I also got to see him play baseball for the first time. They and the other team were both undefeated, and Andrew's team lost, unfortunately, but Andrew did a great job, and the game was very close (7-8).

Hannah (6 3/4) learned to ride a bike today! She was very intimidated at first, but my dad helped her and now she is riding very well.

I miss James very much (and will miss our 5th anniversary this Friday), but I am not looking forward to leaving next Wednesday. In the meantime, I am enjoying my grandkids, daughter, sister, and dad as much as possible.

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Old 03-19-2008, 09:25 PM   #468
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So glad you're home and still married, Buddy! (If you forget to buy your wife a gift next year, just run out for roses instead of trying to pull the old "in the hospital for pneumonia" thing!)
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Old 03-20-2008, 11:32 PM   #469
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So glad you're home and still married, Buddy! (If you forget to buy your wife a gift next year, just run out for roses instead of trying to pull the old "in the hospital for pneumonia" thing!)
Yea, I guess I can only use that excuse once!

Thanks everyone!
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Old 03-20-2008, 11:33 PM   #470
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Congrats on your anny, Buddy! I will always remember it because it's my son's 18th birthday today, too!
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