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        05-17-2013, 06:21 PM
      #9051
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    Dang again for not editing within the 10 minutes. I did live in this place years before... way out in the country back then. They converted an old run down machine shed. This is where I got the idea and we worked together as friends.

    I see that they are STILL doing well and look at what they charge. An hours drive from Portsmouth, Concord or Manchester. 1.5 from Boston.

    :: The Cats Cradle :: A Featherbed Inn For Cats ::
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        05-17-2013, 07:35 PM
      #9052
    Yearling
    Ugggg...definitely not a cat person. Don't get me wrong, I would never want to hurt one or see one hurt and kittens are adorable, but I don't go out of my way to pet one. Plus, I am terribly allergic!

    Nvr...everyone here has given great advice. Hang in there! And get that cheeseburger! Life is too short!

    Alex, that is horrible that your friends left you hanging like that! :(

    My Dad is doing great! He gets to leave the rehab hospital for good on Monday. He will continue with outpatient physical therapy. He has lost 70 pounds and it is difficult to see him so frail but omigoodness, he had me laughing so hard today. Truly amazing that he is alive and he wonders why he survived. I told him it was because he still has some things to do on earth and he said maybe he will get a college degree!! He is 78 years old. He is my hero! Here is me and my Dad, taken today!
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        05-17-2013, 07:39 PM
      #9053
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    Originally Posted by corgi    
    Ugggg...definitely not a cat person. Don't get me wrong, I would never want to hurt one or see one hurt and kittens are adorable, but I don't go out of my way to pet one. Plus, I am terribly allergic!

    Nvr...everyone here has given great advice. Hang in there! And get that cheeseburger! Life is too short!

    My Dad is doing great! He gets to leave the rehab hospital for good on Monday. He will continue with outpatient physical therapy. He has lost 70 pounds and it is difficult to see him so frail but omigoodness, he had me laughing so hard today. Truly amazing that he is alive and he wonders why he survived. I told him it was because he still has some things to do on earth and he said maybe he will get a college degree!! He is 78 years old. He is my hero! Here is me and my Dad, taken today!
    I can not think of a better way to end my day. Thank you for your update and ... ya... a hug from another old guy to your father and you. So the fly hood helped on the Admin?



    (Ya don't have to like them to have a business and income. Crabby old man mode now.)
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        05-17-2013, 07:40 PM
      #9054
    Foal
    Uuuummmmmmm.......
         
        05-17-2013, 07:44 PM
      #9055
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by the secret patch    
    uuuummmmmmm.......
    Some of us CAN be a little scary at times.

    But we share, understand, support and ...do a little venting at times.

    We ARE ... friends and have the years to help us understand each other.

    You are welcome to join us.
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        05-17-2013, 07:48 PM
      #9056
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by corgi    
    Ugggg...definitely not a cat person. Don't get me wrong, I would never want to hurt one or see one hurt and kittens are adorable, but I don't go out of my way to pet one. Plus, I am terribly allergic!

    Nvr...everyone here has given great advice. Hang in there! And get that cheeseburger! Life is too short!

    Alex, that is horrible that your friends left you hanging like that! :(

    My Dad is doing great! He gets to leave the rehab hospital for good on Monday. He will continue with outpatient physical therapy. He has lost 70 pounds and it is difficult to see him so frail but omigoodness, he had me laughing so hard today. Truly amazing that he is alive and he wonders why he survived. I told him it was because he still has some things to do on earth and he said maybe he will get a college degree!! He is 78 years old. He is my hero! Here is me and my Dad, taken today!
    Yay, I am glad to hear your dad is getting better and you sprung him!! And can I just say, that is a wonderful picture and you are so beautiful! You can really see how much you love your father.
         
        05-17-2013, 08:13 PM
      #9057
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by nvr2many    
    Yay, I am glad to hear your dad is getting better and you sprung him!! And can I just say, that is a wonderful picture and you are so beautiful! You can really see how much you love your father.
    Awwwww...thanks!
    I have always loved my dad but the fact that 43 days ago, I placed a DNR on him because I was told he would never recover and would be on life support if he did, really makes me appreciate the extra time we have been given with him.

    My parents celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary while he was at UVA Medical Center. Looks like they may be able to celebrate a much happier 59th!
         
        05-17-2013, 08:14 PM
      #9058
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Sereno    
    I can not think of a better way to end my day. Thank you for your update and ... ya... a hug from another old guy to your father and you. So the fly hood helped on the Admin?



    (Ya don't have to like them to have a business and income. Crabby old man mode now.)
    Thanks so much!
    Didn't have to break out the mask! Now, if they don't stick to their word and keep him past Monday, I may have to resort to that!
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        05-17-2013, 09:19 PM
      #9059
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    Secret patch, welcome - just join in and tell us about yourself.


    Corgi, please give your Dad a kiss from me. So pleased he is doing well.

    Sereno, great job on seeing an opportunity with the cats, and making success from it.



    Tonight, 5 kids forgot their manners when we went out to the local Italian place. (I reminded them, still not one please, not one thank you).
    Tonight 5 kids ran 2.5 miles home.
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        05-17-2013, 09:22 PM
      #9060
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    Originally Posted by AlexS    
    Secret patch, welcome - just join in and tell us about yourself.


    Corgi, please give your Dad a kiss from me. So pleased he is doing well.

    Sereno, great job on seeing an opportunity with the cats, and making success from it.



    Tonight, 5 kids forgot their manners when we went out to the local Italian place. (I reminded them, still not one please, not one thank you).
    Tonight 5 kids ran 2.5 miles home.
    WHAT are going to do with YOU? Or for you?

    I just posted in the "Embarrassed Thread". I"M SO ... old school...

    ANOTHER WHA HOOO for Corgi and family!
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