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Re: OT- my daughter and Wallace./and Son from Iraq..


I still tear up when I think about my cat, Jason, and it has been  
over a year since we lost him. It takes time. I rejoice in your son's  
soon return! What is next for him?

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Oct 6, 2006, at 8:50 AM, Jesse Bell wrote:

> Thank you all for the kind e-mails this week regarding my daughter and
> Wallace. Ceres asked how old my daughter is. She is 18 years old. This
> happened on Monday and she is STILL in a funk and cries at the drop  
> of a
> hat. I feel so bad for her. The other puppy that we got at the same  
> time
> we got Wallace has been despondent and lost. It's hard to bounce back
> from something like that. Knowing my husband, he'll bring home some
> other dog (which I asked him not to do - you can never replace a  
> friend,
> and we have four other dogs) but Wallace was his dog and he really  
> loved
> him. So...we trudge along still.
>
>
> On a good note, my son will be returning from Iraq on Oct. 13th and I
> will be flying out there to greet him. I am really looking forward to
> that day.
>
>
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