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Re: Kitten ...NOW Daryl's Dad

OMG, Have you heard anymore about your Dad? Too scary
to be out of the country and ill....

What about your friends daughter? Is she ok? 

Sheesh, can the kid get a break- too young to have all
those surgery's and illness's.

Rest assured, they will all be in my prayers.


--- Daryl <> wrote:

> Thank you for the prayers.  Sorry,  I should have
> said I got an email from 
> my sister about my Dad. She's with him on the trip
> and is having a tough 
> time with it, judging from her email (we're a family
> of stoics-normally 
> don't say anything to the rest of the family until
> the (good) outcome is 
> assured).
>   It *is always something. I also got a call from my
> best friend early, 
> early this morning. She and her husband are out of
> town, but had just 
> received a call that her daughter and grandson had
> been in a bad accident. 
> Some numnutz ran a red light and t-boned her on the
> driver's side of the 
> car.  The grandson is ok, thank goodness.
> And then the news this AM  from the guy that does
> landscape installation for 
> my clients that his daughter is having surgery on
> Wednesday. She has so many 
> health issues that I'm really worried. They're
> pushing the surgery up 
> because his insurance plan is changing, and if they
> didn't do the surgery 
> now, they might not be able to get it done for a
> year or more. Poor kid. 
> She's only 14, and has been through the ringer.
> d
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Zemuly Sanders" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Saturday, May 27, 2006 2:55 PM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Kitten ...NOW Daryl's Dad
> > Good grief, it's always something.  You dad
> definitely has my prayers for 
> > a speedy recovery.
> > zem
> > ----- Original Message ----- 
> > From: "Daryl" <>
> > To: <>
> > Sent: Saturday, May 27, 2006 1:30 PM
> > Subject: Re: [CHAT] Kitten Advice, please
> >
> >
> >> Thanks for the good news.
> >>
> >> Now all I have to do is find a big crate and a
> cat trap. We've got a 
> >> largish dog crate someplace in the crawl space or
> shed, in addition to 
> >> the small carrier, but the woman stressed that an
> open wire crate is 
> >> better. If I could just get him inside it would
> help. It's nearly 90 
> >> outside, with humidity to match, and I can't stay
> out there long.
> >>
> >> Sigh. This is tougher than I thought, and I just
> got an email from my Dad 
> >> that he fell aboard ship, bruising himself pretty
> severely and injured 
> >> his back,  has caught something that's given him
> pretty severe lung 
> >> congestion (the plane was cold and there were no
> blankets!) and knocked 
> >> his digestive system out of whack. They're in
> Bulgaria on the Danube. 
> >> He's 92.  Please say a prayer/light a
> candle/think good thoughts for us.
> >>
> >> d
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