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Date:10/1/2014 10:56:16 PM
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Mr. Pickles,
We chew up all sorts of things we shouldn't. In fact, our latest chew was the vertical wooden slider blinds for the back sliding doors. Dad is not happy. They are hanging by a string on one side and Dad wants to replace them but Mom says why bother? Just another expensive chew toy unless they get those god awful metal blinds but mom is not doing that she said. We get lots of time outs because of that kind of stuff. Books, shelves, curtains, even furniture these days. Peeps especially-she's like a buzzsaw. She just has the chew bug in her-always did. They watch her like a hawk now and I often get punished because she chews up stuff but we both get locked up cause of it. I don't like it at all but if only one of us gets locked up it causes quite a commotion. We just love each other that much I guess. Well, have a good night. Gotta go rest up so I can scream my little lungs off tomorrow. Love, Pickles & Peeps
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