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Postby Jo Locker » Thu Nov 20, 2003 12:17 pm

Wanna hear more about this puppy .....!!!!!!! I am an animal fanatic and am so glad you've purchased your little furry bundle. What's his/her name? Blue eyes? Fur like silk? Oooh I bet he's/she's gorgeous !!!<br><br>Other than running around with a pooper-scooper I hope you are doing OK, although I'm sure you're still in great pain which I wish could ease for you. How's your husband doing? Much love to you both - have really missed "talking" with you.<br><br>Jo. XXX<br><br><br>
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Postby Tracey S » Fri Nov 21, 2003 7:51 am

Jo<br><br>I think about you nearly every day - miss you too but have wanted to try and steer clear of the boards at times - been very hard on the pg after tmt side as I should be 31 weeks now and very difficult....... Still no pm - how dreadful. I will be having tmt before xmas but have kept it off the boards - will e mail you the details as I have missed our email chats. Still keep an eye on you though - hope you know that won't stop and have had masses of support from all my special friends on this board!<br>Well puppy - Gabbie - a now 8 week old Weimaraner and a right handful - I am exhausted - she is Gorgeous Jo! Must introduce her to Pedro - will send you some piccies. Otherwise we are find - DH is fine - well managing - I think we just get there and they will reopen it all with the PM - crikey! Work is hard for him - as for me well we are absolutely broke as I have not been back to work and all those decisions can wait until jan but that leaves me in limbo if you know what I mean.#<br>Take special Care JO<br>Love<br>Tracey<br>xxx
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Postby Jo Locker » Fri Nov 21, 2003 11:42 am

Thanks for your reply mate .... just so long as you're ticking over. I completely understand you want to lay low. Jo. XX
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Postby caz1 » Fri Nov 21, 2003 5:29 pm

HI there ladies<br>Sorry for butting in.....but Tracy , a Weinaramer! Have ALWAYS wanted one - they a so so beautiful. IS she a massive handful tho?!!<br>we live in London at the moment so I think we have to rule it out for now - but one day - when we move out!! - I'd LOVE to have one, they are so lovely<br>Meantime I have 2 cats who I am COMPLETELY in love with - am actually quite concerned that IF I am EVER lucky enough to havea baby - they may sit on its head in protest!<br><br>Take care<br>Love to you too Jo!<br>Cazxx
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Postby Jo Locker » Sat Nov 22, 2003 2:25 pm

CAZZZZZZZZZZZZ !!!!!!!!!! lovely to hear from you, glad you're OK. Traceys pup does sound adorable doesnt she? I am a cat person myself as well - they're just fantastic animals but we live near a very busy road but one day when we move, etc., definately two cats for us. Dont know how Pedro (my parrot) would react to cats, or to the baby for that matter - parrots are very possessive and can tend to focus upon one individual (me!!) Can't imagine he'll be too keen on sharing my affections, but we'll work something out !!<br><br>Am thinking about you often and hoping you're getting through stuff. Have been corresponding with Lorraine a few times and she is still suffering very badly - words seem, and in fact are, so inadequate much of the time.<br><br>With lots of love - Jo. XXXXX.
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Postby Tracey S » Mon Nov 24, 2003 2:08 pm

Hi you two<br>Caz - where have you been - glad to see you back - Gabbie is wonderful if not a little hard work.<br>Jo - glad all ok - you are cat person to hey - have more rough and tumbles with a dog.<br>Any news from Lorraine?<br>Love<br>Tracey<br>xxx
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Postby Dagny » Mon Nov 24, 2003 2:23 pm

Sorry Tracey I just had to butt in as my mum and dad have had weimaranas for years. We have had 4 over the years all from puppy as we bred our first. They are the most adorable dogs in the world and your Gabbie will change your life. Just seeing a weimar pup makes your heart melt and they smell so gorgeous. I must sound like a right nutter but I am sure you know what I mean.<br><br>Have fun with Gabbie and give her a big squeeze from me.<br><br>Love Dagny xx
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Postby LORRAINE G » Mon Nov 24, 2003 7:35 pm

Hi Tracey<br><br>We have exchanged words before and I just wanted to say that it is lovely to hear that you have joined the wonderful world of crap on the floor and chewed walls!<br>I have a two year old chocolate labrador who is still very much a puppy at times! but he is fantastic and there is nothing like walking for miles with him for clearing my head. I know that you will find the Gabbie will become a HUGE part of your life and an endless source of unconditional love. <br>I often think of you <br>With much love<br>Lorraine G
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Postby Tracey S » Tue Nov 25, 2003 7:29 pm

Dagny<br><br>She does have that wonderful smell yes - apart from when I took her to the vets the other day and she rolled in the S**T she did in the back of my car - that was on the way there - she was sick on the way back.<br>I had a Weimaraner before but when my marriage broke up had to rehouse her as I was out 14 hours a day and ex is a tosser - she has gone on to have 2 litters and is very happy.<br>Lorraine - choccie lab hey - they are madder than me - dogs are great though aren't they and you make so many friends - especially with a puppy - Gabbie is 9 weeks tomorrow so still no walkies outside but is keeping me on my toes.<br>Love to all<br>Tracey<br>xxx
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