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    12-27-2010, 10:37 PM
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Biscuit in a Scrapbook Page

I love to do electronic scrapbooking and I took this picture of Biscuit awhile ago so I plopped some things together. I am trying to keep a record of how he is changing since he came to me underweight. He is really filling out and looking so much better!!! It seemed like he'd gained 75 lbs this past week. His back was fuller and so was his neck which was very thin when I got him. I saved two versions of this picture - one with the color muted to look antiqued and the other with natural color. TFL
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    12-27-2010, 10:48 PM
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That is very nice! I don't do scrapbooking so I appreciate the work of others who do. If I sent you a photo, could you do something like that with a picture of my Mac?
     
    12-27-2010, 11:33 PM
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Green Broke
Look at my Fabio!! Great job girl! Poor Red hadn't
Been out of his blanket in 2 days it's so cold. I see warm mashes for breaky in the am coming.
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    12-27-2010, 11:41 PM
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Red so loves his creature comforts. Warm mash? And they said I spoiled Dashing Big Red!!!

Fabio Biscuit is doing well, Heather. He is putting on weight - poops like a champion - even RED didn't poop as much as he does and that is saying something - I thought Red could poop like no other! His coat is starting to shine, he is giving me his feet to clean and is generally an all around good boy. He doesn't jump straight though! Red jumps true and straight over trees...poor Biscuit seems to twist with his back legs when he walks over with his front legs and then bam! Twists with the back!

It is cold here but I bet you dollars to donuts Biscuit has never seen a blanket in his life so I am leaving him as he is. He is as tough as a boot - poor guy - he had to be. I imagine in January and February I will have to break out the blankets when it stays cold and wet for days on end.

Oh...and sister. PICTURES. PICTURES!!!

Tiny, send me a picture and I will see what I can do. I can actually plop a picture right into this one or something similar.
     
    12-27-2010, 11:43 PM
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Green Broke
He is livin the life I tell ya, livin the life.
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    12-28-2010, 12:03 AM
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Green Broke
And that is why he is with you!!! I knew you would love him. Give him a hug for me. I miss the smell of his neck.

He was on my mind yesterday. He colic'd a year ago yesterday. Thank God I caught him quickly and he was just fine. Too much Tifton Hay, not enough water and no alfalfa is not good for Red.
     

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