Hi honey, I wanted to send you a hug and tell you I hope your mood improves. You've had a lot of worries these last 6 months or so. Miss you on the forum - you're not there as much as you used to be. I guess neither one of us are. Just wanted you to know I'm thinking of you tonight. Love you, Apple. More hugs! :) ♥
You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today.
So very sorry for Lolo's continued urinary issues. I hope this will all resolve itself soon. Sounds like the girls are stressed now, with you being stressed with worry the most. I know how difficult transportation is for you also. I am 'alive' here too (loved your note on the 16th, lol). Thank you, too, for note on the 18th. For you to see my acct, you must of been checking on me. Thank you for all your support at this difficult time, Apple. Love and big hug to you, Lolo, and the girls. XoXo
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