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Friday, April 3, 2009

Over Doing It ~ zzzzzzzz

I need to rest more. I keep over doing things. I think, I'm fighting denial about being sick. So, here are more pictures of what I should be doing a bit more of......


Mike Golch said...

great photos,especially the puppy smile.take care of your self my friend.

Melinda said...

I love the photos, CC--you take very good care and do as the pups, rest, rest, rest. I was just popping by to see how you were doing and to let you know I was thinking of you.

Take care--and have a great weekend, CC!


Dr. Deb said...

PLEASE, rest and take care of yourself. You are right, it is important to do so especially when you are not at your best.

And those puppy photos made me smile SO big.

Ana said...

I can't see puppies.
I want to bring them all home.
I wish I lived in a house not apartment.
Take care.
Sometimes I also sleep too much.
Take care


Just Be Real said...

Oh my, what adorable puppies! Blessings dear one!

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