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Monday, March 23, 2009

As Prescribed Getting My "zzzzzzzz"


Anonymous said...

GREAT pix! But you don't seem to be following your own advice...It's four thirty in the morning...what are you doing awake?
If you're like me, internal demons of recollection made you unable to sleep, in sweet oblivion, like your doggies!

Hannah-san said...

I wanna come back as a cat, those pics are just the cutest! wouldn't it be wonderful to laze about all day with people thinking you were adorable rather than a big lazy oaf!

Anonymous said...

I love those pictures, CC! They are so cute. I have always loved animals and have always had animals until the last 8 years or so, when I became bicoastal. Unfortunately, it's just too difficult to travel as much as we do and have them. :(

I'm just checking in to see how you are doing. I hope you are continuing to recover nicely!


Anonymous said...

Hey, 'tis me.

I'm kind of with Hannah, there. Yep, come back as a cat. However, with a very loving owner!

Those pics are just awesome though!

Take care,

Paula & Skip said...

What sweet pix. They are all such cuties. Greetings from Tampa, Paula

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