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Comment by Ginny Andersen yesterday

So glad to hear things are improving for DD, Beth. Prayers continuing.

If you are reading this, Rogue, we miss you and hope things improve every day for you. Prayers happening! 

Glad there is a plan to make yours and Indie's lives better. Prayers that all goes well.

Great news about the fires, Elizabeth! So sorry to hear things are still rough for your son. Prayers ongoing.

Comment by Barbara Hughes yesterday

Happy to hear that your daughter is recovering, Beth. 

Linda, Happy for Indy that you have found the reason behind his illness. Trust that you will find the right diet for him.

Rogue, we all miss you and pray for your complete recovery.

Comment by Linda Koller yesterday

Prayers for everyone! What a year this has been so far!

Sure am missing Rogue on here!

Riana, as soon as we know what Indy can and can't have I have found recipes on Pinterest. Someone told me that Taste of Home has recipes for dogs too. And our rescue group always has something. I was just thinking of maybe giving all this kibble to the ones who are fostering. We foster and eat some of the expense for things like food, pee pads, etc. The rescue group covers the larger expenses. But I also have a couple local shelters in mind too. 

Comment by Beth A. North yesterday

Hi everyone.  My daughter is out of the hospital and doing better.  She is still tired, but the pain is subsiding and she is on the mend.  She had Ecoli poisoning and that help contribute to the kidney infection.  They say it is the bacterial Ecoli and not the real severe strain.  She did not need any blood transfusion.  Thank you so much for your prayers.

Comment by Riana Noyes yesterday

Rogue is still being held hostage in her house by back problems...she does check in to read from time to time, but isn't communicating much. l'm sure we would all wish for her to steadily gain back her mobility. Hang in there, Rogue!

Comment by Riana Noyes yesterday

Linda, l really am relieved to hear it's something that can be regulated by diet...though still serious. Give the kibble to a shelter or the local food bank ( they will accpt pet foods for those in need w/pets), the canned food will be pricey, though,l'm sure. Ask vet if she knows some  home cooking recipes for making big batches of your own...then devide portions & freeze

Comment by Linda Koller on Tuesday

Had Indy in the vet hospital today. We couldn't wait for the ultrasound to be scheduled. He was vomiting all weekend and it was making it hard for him to breathe. The vet and I both were afraid there might be an obstruction or worse a tumor. Turns out he's all clear. It's still the pancreatitis but now we know from the blood work up that it is caused by allergies. He can't have grains, chicken or turkey. So now we try other foods and hope it clears up....Oh and only canned food now. And I have 11 lbs. turkey no grain kibble in a brand new canister.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Monday

Hi Ginny,

I just heard from my daughter a few minutes ago.  The evacuation alert has been lifted.  They also had such rain.  It was such good news.

The only dark cloud in my life is my son, Martin.  He is so very sick and is suffering so much.

I try to keep carrying on as though things were normal - but they aren't.

I work on my quilting projects almost every day - the Rest & Refreshing Quilt, the Splendid Sampler, and Grandma's Kitchen - all blocks of the week and a quilt called Love Letters.  But I slow down now and then.

Comment by Ginny Andersen on Monday

Elizabeth, hope things have improved for your DD & SIL.

Sounds like the wedding was definitely a Memory Maker, Riana. Everyone will be talking about it for years! 

I hope things are improving for your DD, Beth. Prayers are ongoing. 

Linda, sending a hug for you and Indie. Prayers ongoing.

Glad to hear that the hardest part - the actual move - is over and the fun part is going on now, Dee.  

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on July 20, 2017 at 9:53am

Thank you Linda, Riana, Mary and Deanna.  My daughter and her husband cleared away all the brush near their house and they bought a fire pump and keep the house watered down.  The nearest fire is on a mountain at Little Fort. The winds are high - its very hot and they haven't had rain for ages.  I hope that they won't have to evacuate and leave their dreams behind.


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