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February 18, 2010


Wish I had met Bones. He sounds like quite the charcter. I still remember watching TV with you and Jim and listening to Rosie and Buddy sprint back and forth upstairs. Miss you!

Vinita, my husband and I just got a new puppy for Christmas. Our last dog was a lab and died a couple of years ago. It took two years of mourning that 100 lb. friend to be able to open our hearts again to another pet. Now, Murphy, a 13 week, Bichon has won our hearts completely. He's a cuddler and wants nothing more than to please. After, Dooley, we thought we were done with pets. But I guess once a dog-person, always a dog-person. A friend of mine once said, "Some of my favorite people have dog hair on them." Amen.

How true about holding them to your cheek! Fellow kitty-lover here ,and we have a clumsy one also ("boy-cat") Ironically, his nickname is "Bone!" (real name: Timmy)
BTW: just finished Velma Still Cooks in Leeway. Not sure how I am processing it yet. Was thrown off by the last couple of chapters.
Cat W. Florida

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