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RE: Slugger pic


Seems animals (both dogs and cats) always get underfoot when something
major is happening....

e-Gads-- not the kitchen again.... Hope you got it under control.

Donna

> 
> Oh, just some days he just won't stop being a pest.  But tonight he
has a
> slight limp, so he's staying in.
> Add to that, as I was working the keyboard earlier this evening I
thought
> i
> heard splashing in the kitchen.  Went out to find the valve on the
kitchen
> sink had broken so I had to shut the water off, get out the towels,
etc.
> The whole time I'm running back and forth, there was Slugger trying to
> catch
> my ankle, trying to play.  Just not a good time for it.
> 
> Kitty

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