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Re: Prayers/good thoughts requested


You certainly have my prayers and sympathy, Daryl.  Why do bad things
always seem to happen at once?  Here's hoping things will soon take a
turn for the better.
Auralie

In a message dated 09/10/2006 3:19:08 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
pulis@mindspring.com writes:
Some of you know it's been a bad summer here. Aside from the joy of adopting 
the kitten, everything else has been downhill - health, jobs, etc. My Dad 
fell and broke his back. He had surgery and did his physical therapy with 
gusto, but at 92,with other medical problems,  it can't ever be the same. 
I've tore a shoulder lifting his rollater (rolling walker) into the car, and 
have had my foot in an aircast most of the summer - it helped, but a few 
days without it and walking is agony.

The latest is my poor old dog Buddy, who has had vomiting and diarrhea for 
more than a month. Initial tests looked good. The vet is now suspecting a 
tumor, but had hoped that a weekend of a different treatment would do it. 
Not. The poor guy has the pinched look that shows he's in pain and isn't 
enjoying life.

d

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