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Friday, November 20, 2015

A little break

I need a little break this weekend and will be away from the computer. Some have asked how the retired-guy is and he is still suffering with his back but thankfully on the mend. Our dear old Kane needs my time, though, as his days are getting harder. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers. Thank you, everyone.

                                                                  hugs, Deb

30 comments:

  1. Hallo,
    to you all my best wishes!

    Bärbel

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  2. Take care Deb ,ik wil have my fingers crossed for Kane your husband and you
    Elisabeth

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  3. Have a nice break Deb. Hope the retired-guy gets completely well over the weekend, and you enjoy every minute with sweet Kane. It is full time caring for an older dog. You take care.

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  4. A little extra prayer tonight for Kane...and for you and the retired guy...strength and healing!
    deb doo :-)

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  5. Sometimes we need to break away and just tend to life my friend
    Thoughts going out for Kane

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  6. Have a nice, quiet weekend, Deb, and hope all the men around there perk up and smile!

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  7. Hugs and prayers for you all Deb.

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  8. Aw Deb,I will keep all of you in my prayers. Big Hugs, Linda

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  9. I do hope and pray Kane is ok and your hubs back heals as well ! See ya soon in blog land and stay warm , gona be a cold weekend ! Take care my friend !

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  10. Sending prayers to Kane and glad your hubby is getting better. Take care. Hugs xo Karen

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  11. Healing thoughts for the Retired Guy and blessings to dear Kane. It;s heartbreaking to watch our fgurry (and human) loved ones getting old.
    I hope you have a good restful weekend.

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  12. So very hard when we know that a beloved pet's days are numbered. Sending you a hug!

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  13. Big hug to you Deb. Rosie is on a big adventure with us in our RV. We'll be back in March.

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  14. Hugs to wonderful Kane, the retired guy, you, too, Deb. I hope you all feel better after the weekend!
    Love,
    Lily

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  15. Poor dear Kane, aging sadly arrives quickly for the animals. Thankfully Kane has you to care for him. Take time to share with him - and I hope the retired-guy is up and about again soon. Tell him to take it easy when he's back to lifting and moving things!

    Enjoy a good rest over the weekend Deb.
    Mary x

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  16. Dear Deb, I think it's a good idea to have a break out of computer. My mom always does too much on it. And now ophthalmologist told she has EXTREMELY dry eyes !

    Anyhow Me hope you have a great weekend !

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  17. I'm so sorry to hear Kane is facing even greater challenges. I know your heart must be sad to see your lively companion slowing down. Indeed, prayers come his way from me.

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  18. Take it easy and look after your boys.

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  19. Thoughts and prayers coming from here. It cant be easy!

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  20. Thoughts and prayers are with your dear dog. Hug him for all of us please.

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  21. We will miss you....take care and come back soon!!

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  22. OH dear...
    Hugs from me...
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  23. Thinking of you and saying a prayer for Kane.

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  24. Poor Kane. It's so hard for aging dogs who still want to do the things they did when they were young and can't. I always think I see a look of longing on their faces for the dog they used to be. Take care.

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  25. Although I never met you, I feel as if you are a c lose friend. Your blog is always beautiful and uplifting. My three cars and I are holding you and your family (2 and 4 legged) in our thoughts. Have a hot tea and don't forget totake care of yourself as well.

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  26. Keeping both your kitty and your sweetie in my prayers xo

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  27. My best wishes to Kane. Winter can be especially hard on old fellows. he's probably much older in dog-years than the retired-guy is in human years, though I hope he is feeling better, too. I think it is always easier in a way for humans because we know what is causing the aches and pains.

    Who knows? Maybe Kane is more accepting of age than we would be. Good luck to him, regardless, and good health.

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  28. I hope Kane and the retired guy are feeling okay soon.

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  29. I am so sorry for the loss of your dear friend Kane.
    Take Care, Kaye
    Park City, UT

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