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  1. kadesma
    01-16-2009 10:49 AM
    kadesma
    Thank you ITK, So glad your a part of this family
    kades
  2. kadesma
    01-15-2009 07:17 PM
    kadesma
    ITK, I understand and please know I will pass on what you say and feel to Dave, It will lift him up and thank you
    kades
  3. Lefty7887
    Happy New Year, hope 2009 brings plenty of luck and happiness to you yours.
  4. texasgirl
    We are all okay right now. Everyday is different. BIL is the one we watch now days. He has Mesothelioma. He's going to be starting a new chemo that will not make him as sick. I keep my fingers crossed for him and smile when he's having a good day.
  5. texasgirl
    go to the dollar store and get them stuffed animals. Preferably with stitched eyes and nose. Give them to them and say, these are yours. ANY time they get something of yours, tell them, NO, this is MINE loud and sternly and popped them gently on the nose with whatever they have and then give them their toy and say, this is yours, you can have this. If you do that every time, they will stop. It takes some breeds longer, but, they will calm down. And as for my pictures. I go to Image hosting, free photo sharing & video sharing at Photobucket and put in the search, whatever I'm looking for. Click on the one you like, then, it will give you some codes, the bottom one that says for forums and bulletin boards, just click and then right click to copy and then just paste it to the thread here.
  6. buckytom
    12-25-2008 03:32 PM
    buckytom
    merry christmas!!!!
  7. sattie
    12-25-2008 01:04 PM
    sattie
    Merry Christmas to you ITK!
  8. texasgirl
  9. sattie
    12-17-2008 01:28 PM
    sattie
    How have you been sweetie?
  10. sparrowgrass
    About your bunny--hard telling, animals have amazing powers of recuperation.

    Don't worry about it--in the grand scheme of things, the dogs and the bunny were just playing their roles. Slow bunny=happy dogs.

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