May 14, 2018 09:59PM kathindc wrote:
I can't believe DS has lived in Japan for 19 years now. Went over the year he got his BA with intentions of staying for a year. Sas, girls live here in DC so they got in some good visits. The younguns did a cookout and we did the baseball game together. Hubby and I had the grandchildren for three nights. DD and her husband had the children the fourth night (they looked exhausted when they brought the kids back over here, LOL) so David and Toko got to have some quiet evenings together which was nice as they will celebrate being married 15 years in August. When they were in San Antonio, friends from the airbase David works at live there now so Toko and the children were able to get to see a few sights while he was at the conference.
Junie, thank you for asking about DH. All the activity from the visit took a toll on him. He is still very tired from it and they left a week ago. He wants to go out to lunch this week but I'm so gun shy now with his falling that I really don't want to take him anywhere other than to doctor appointments. If he would get out and walk up and down the block some each day, I might consider it.
Lover, sorry to hear you were in the rabbit hole. Hope you continue to do better. I miss you and your wonderful sense of humor when you go quiet. Hope your DD is doing better and the doctor can figure out what is going on.
Jaymeb, we didn't declaw our cats when we had them. One use to like to snuggle and knead me on my breast, go figure. I would put a pillow or some other padding between him and me when he did that. More and more vets are refusing to do it. Visit https://www.petmd.com/cat/care/7-negative-side-effects-declawing-your-cat for a very good article on the subject.
Waving hi to those I missed. Good night ladies, good morning Feline.