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I'm am saddened to hear that your sweet Tiger has passed. You gave him a great life and in return he made your life richer. His personality was unique and the stories you told about him in your blog brightened my day. I especially remember when you were taking him over the pass to the vets last year and you both got stuck in a blizzard. I lost my 19 yr, old Cosmo last month and his 13 year old companion the month before, so I know how broken hearted you can feel and how empty the house may seem without him, but gradually tears will be replaced with a smile when you think of him. He was well loved and taken care of. What more can a cat ask for (even a cantankerous one or one who liked things just so)? I hope there is a cat heaven where they run through endless fields of catnip, hunt countless mice and have over-flowing bowels filled with treats. Take care of yourself and thank you for sharing a little bit of Tiger with your readers.
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2012 on Tigger at Fat Cat Quilts
I just missed out on the photo booths (born in'57)although I have a vague recollection of them at county fairs when I was around 5 or 6. I bet if they put them in the malls now kids would still pay to use them because they would see them as a novelty. Vintage is the current rage - right? I saw a magazine at the market checkstand yesterday were the headline was about things from the '80's being "vintage. Weren't the '80's just a few years back? I'm really happy to hear that your MD found the low Vit. D levels and that your should be feeling significantly better in just a few weeks. I was also found to have a level of 7 a couple of years ago. My skin was a mess, my hair was thinning badly, depressed for no reason and termendous muscle pain/cramps. It took a few months of prescription strength Vit. D3 to get the level into the normal range. For some reason the calcium citrate didn't work and neither did the pills once I went to the over the counter dosage. I finally found a Kirkland D3 gelcap at Costco that was very effective. Everyone handles meds differently, but I can tell you that you will feel much better once you get your D level back to normal. I think a lot of woman just attribute these vague problems to getting older when it is often a vitamin D deficiency or low thyroid. I loved how you fixed up your sewing room for your friends visit. Take your time on the reorganization. It may make you crazy, but it not worth over expending the limited energy you have. Take care.
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2012 on Maximum D at Blackberry Creek Home Arts
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