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Date:10/31/2014 5:58:53 AM
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Hi Charlie
Ahhh now we understand a bit more. Is there more family in Texas that the parronts want to move? Its always great being around family if its possible at all. Chi chi and I both have the wingabagos and they are nice and sure can see everything going on in them too. After supper tonight mom got her bath and instead of putting on her pajamas she put her clothes on and I thought uh oh we are going somewhere. I was hoping not to the dreaded vets again. Then mom said they were going to watch the one grand daughter play a softball game. I thought that was good and mom would forget about the dreaded medicines but they were right home in time for the usual dose. Mom says it will help me get better but I feel better enough I think and don’t need that medicine. I guess mom is right though.(sigh) “Roses are red, violets are blue, I just left a vote for you.” Your kissing cousin, Gus
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