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Thread: 3 Hooligans and an Angel's late morning snooze

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    Default Re: 3 Hooligans and an Angel's late morning snooze

    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza View Post
    @JeannieCO Feels like it has been ages , always love seeing all your bullie babies they are just awesome, hope sally is still going along good still ??
    It does feel like ages for me too. I've been so incredibly busy this year with work an my pet pads. I got a new job reassignment back in February and there's only a little bit of extra time in the work day now, lol. I tell you, I get home at 5, get the Hooligans and Sally taken care of, take care of some household stuff, get them all fed, then the hubby comes home, eat and finally sit down to relax, it's nearly 8 already. Then it's bedtime shortly after that. Repeat the next day.

    Sally is doing GREAT! She's healthy and strong, she runs (well a senior run, lol), plays with toys and loves to be loved on. I couldn't be more blessed with her.


    How's Bazza doing?
    Three Hooligans and 1 Angel - Wilson, Sally, Emma & Jack

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    Default Re: 3 Hooligans and an Angel's late morning snooze

    Quote Originally Posted by JeannieCO View Post
    It does feel like ages for me too. I've been so incredibly busy this year with work an my pet pads. I got a new job reassignment back in February and there's only a little bit of extra time in the work day now, lol. I tell you, I get home at 5, get the Hooligans and Sally taken care of, take care of some household stuff, get them all fed, then the hubby comes home, eat and finally sit down to relax, it's nearly 8 already. Then it's bedtime shortly after that. Repeat the next day.

    Sally is doing GREAT! She's healthy and strong, she runs (well a senior run, lol), plays with toys and loves to be loved on. I couldn't be more blessed with her.


    How's Bazza doing?
    Wow you are busy , that sure doesn't leave much time for yourself, glad to hear Sally is do good and all your other bullies , at least you are surrounded by lots of love LOL. Bazza is doing fine, only a scare that he may have had a bowel obstruction AGAIN but all good !!! THen he had Kennel Cough just go over that, he is 2 1/2 and is settling down heaps now and loves everything but still alittle crazy damanding man !!!!
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