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Date:10/20/2014 10:26:54 PM
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Hey There Miss Miranda! I Sure Missed You!
I think there's a contagious human thing going on the BC!! Do you think contagious ailments can be transmitted via the computer & blogging? It seems so many parronts have had to go into the hospital to endure who knows what torturous surgeries & procedures!?! We were so relieved to hear your good Momma is at home & healing up. Bless her heart! Hope she's getting stronger & pain-free every day!

It’s so good to see my BC friends have not given up on me!! First, Mom left with her mate early one morning & didn’t come back until it was almost dark! Then she’d run around feeding cats, getting meals ready for an early morning, then she’d feed me & she’d eat at the end of the island & share some of her dinner with me! Mmmm….! Sharing is GOOD! Everything tastes better when it’s from Mom’s plate! This went on for almost 4 days! Then that 4th late afternoon she brought her mate home & it was weird seeing him being helped by Mom. Usually it’s the other way around! Him helping her! So, I peeped out a “hello Bob” to welcome him home but I choked on the words when he comes into the kitchen with this silver monster! Mom said for me not to be scared. It wasn’t alive & it was helping Bob to walk & even carry something if he needed. I wasn’t happy but I have learned not to fly away from it anymore.

There is a therapist who is coming by at least 3X a week & was here the day after he came home. She makes him use that walker thing to walk about around the house. Well, the best, biggest, & all out easiest place to do that is round & around the kitchen island! I’m off to the side of that & she gets a kick out of me saying when he passes by, “There he goes!” I say that a lot where Mom’s mate is concerned because the guy is always on the go. And I never know what kind of thing he’s going to be driving next. This walker thing is much slower than anything he’s accustomed to, more Mom’s speed (or the lack thereof). I must say, it looks really nice to maybe perch on it & go for a walk about with him. I would attempt but he’s much too frightened of me.

Nice to be back & seeing my humans healing up nicely. Mom says he has a long way to go but he’s 10 days ahead of the normal human! He’s a very fast healer. I see Mom pout sometimes about that. I think she wishes she was a fast healer, too. I will give her some loves & she’ll forget all about that.

Hugs to all, SamIAm
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