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Tigger's brother Bear 2003 - 2020.


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  • v KAYDE53
    I’ve had that crackle thing happen to my reflective lenses before, it’s awful, can’t stand it when they scratch or crackle.
    2 days ago
  • v KDYLOSE
    Due in December, she's only a few weeks out. They'd been trying to conceive for almost two years and had started seeing a fertility specialist, did two months of intra-uterine insemination and hormones in Jan and Feb, then this last month the doctor went out of town so they took the month off and got pregnant the old-fashioned way!
    6 days ago
  • v KDYLOSE
    That's so funny about your name, because I was fascinated by the Eastern Bluebirds.

    I used to have birdfeeders right outside my livingroom window in my house in Ohio, there were big bushes there that made the birds feel protected. I had a thistle sock for the finches, a regular feeder for everyone else, and I threw sunflower seeds on the ground for the doves who seemed to like to eat down there. A big cardinal family living in a nearby tree. I missed my birds, that's why I started with the bird cam.

    Very exciting news yesterday - my daughter is pregnant! I had her at 38 and she's now ready to have her own at 32 so I'm going to be a very old grandma!
    6 days ago
  • v KDYLOSE
    I just read your profile to see if you had any new info and noticed what you wrote about birds. So I have to tell you that one of the things I did during the pandemic winter was to find a live bird-feeder cam on YouTube - there's tons of them, but I chose one in the nearby Pennsyvania mountains that looked like it could be outside my window - and every morning I drank my coffee and caught up with the world while Elliott and I watched the birds. There were lots of cardinals and doves, finches and woodpeckers, and this lovely bluebird with a red breast I'd never seen before. I'd turn up the sound and we'd listen to them carrying on and leave it on for a few hours. It really helped to brighten up my bleak, lonely winter livingroom. Now that it's spring I can hear real birds outside my house.
    8 days ago
  • v KDYLOSE
    You are absolutely right, I have become so close with this cat as he declines and finds comfort in being with me. It's been a very special time, especially with the pandemic. I'm grateful that he made it through to spring and my vaccination - it will be much easier to deal with his passing now that some of my normal relationships and activities are back.
    10 days ago
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