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Comment by Elizabeth Phillips yesterday

Gail, I have all kinds of nice lotions and bath oils too.  Most of the time I am in a hurry and don't bother using them, but I should make time for me.

Comment by Zoetc49 yesterday

Why did this site take off the link where you can remove your post.. I used to do that and re-post when I had to correct something. 

Comment by Zoetc49 yesterday

Linda that is a wonderful idea !!  My mom was using the Depends and she thinks that she might have gotten a UTI from wearing them. When I realized she had a UTI, it had gone on for way too long, but once under control she no longer needed the Depends. So, the cotton panties you are making for the dogs .. would be a wonderful business for people too and maybe use a cloth diaper in there. I have been searching for some time and you have the answer !!!  I might have you design one for me, or maybe you can make a patter and sell that??   

Comment by Gail Brown yesterday

Elizabeth, I'm with you, I haven't been able to get in or out of a tub to bathe for almost seventeen years it's been showers only for me.  Taking a bath with some good smelling bath oil was one of my greatest pleasures, I sure do miss it.  I loved Avon Skin so Soft bath oil, it was my go to pleasure when all my kids were in bed for the night.  One of my daughters says any time she smells it she thinks of me because in the mornings she could smell it.

Riana, Erika is a lucky little girl.  I loved the book bag and the dress, I bet she does too.  You are so creative.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips yesterday

Zoe, I'll just have to be happy showering!

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips yesterday

Mary, my son asked me whether I want a cat, but I told him I was not a pet person.  I would find the work too onerous.  I find looking after myself a challenge.  I admire you and your husband for being so good and caring for your 2 dogs and cat.

Comment by Linda Koller yesterday

Adorable dress and love the book bag, Riana!

Mary, will send you a message later today with required measurements.

Comment by Riana Noyes yesterday

Wow...been away l day and had 3 pages to read! While Elizabeth's now in her zoom meeting, l'll show the rest of you the book bag l made for little Erika. She loves books! At 4, she's learning to read some basic words. I sent the dress, and bag today along with a number of gently used books l'd had here for my older grands. She can use the bags to cart books home from library when it reopens.The side boxing is same fabric as handles.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips yesterday

Mary and Linda, this is too funny! Usually we girls whisper about our own incontinence problems - but I guess dogs may have problems too and Mary has to deal with it and Linda has a solution.

I'm up early to watch the sunrise.  My son is coming over around 8:00.

Comment by Mary Moore yesterday

Linda you are so kind.  It would be a solution.  Long haired dogs are sometimes shaved in the area, which helps with clean up.  My girls are awfully vain. I am trying to imagine what the other dogs would say.


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