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Hi David John and Peggy

re: Hi David John and Peggy

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by » Fri May 15, 2020 04:08 pm

Big difference between a fatty build-up and a tumor.  Glad it was nothing malicious.  The granddaughter loves "Dr. Pimplepopper", so I've inadvertently learned a lot about those.  That seems to be her specialty.  I'm not crazy about watching it but I can't complain about learning about it.  John

re: Hi David John and Peggy

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by » Thu May 14, 2020 04:27 pm

Ahhh. :(

We have found a small mass on Perseus and had the vet check it out last weekend (5/2) and it was not something to be concerned about, some kind of fatty thing, not a tumor.

re: Hi David John and Peggy

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by » Tue May 12, 2020 03:31 pm

Hyler was getting old but a mass was found in his abdomen they had a appointment at University of Tenn vet hospital but I haven't talked to them since before the appointment. Just saw on Facebook sunday that this angel got his wings. Tim

re: Hi David John and Peggy

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by » Tue May 12, 2020 02:45 pm

Sorry about Hyler. :( What happened?

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by » Mon May 11, 2020 06:12 pm

Hi John Thanks for the thought for Hyler and Walter and Sharon they take great care of their cats. Mark Knopfler is my favorite guitar player I just love listening to his music. Sorry you didn't get to see Black Oak Arkansas they were good when I seen them in 1975 and don't really what year but I saw them again just playing a small basement bar Jim Dandy Mangrum was the only one of the original members but still enjoyed the show. I have also seen the Kentucky Headhunters, Lucero, Bottle Rockets,and a lot Knoxville and regional bands and players that are really good. Tim

re: Hi David John and Peggy

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by » Mon May 11, 2020 04:37 pm

Oh, I am sorry about Hyler.  Every day I honor one of the ones I've lost over the years by putting up their picture.  I try to get at least one picture of every cat at the beginning of each month.  Some were kittens who didn't even live long enough to get a name, but none of them will ever be forgotten.

Dire Straits is another band I'd love to have seen.  Mark Knopfler is an amazing guitarist.  When Cheri told her grandson I had to "go to work" one night, he replied, "That ain't working!"  Cheri and I laughed so hard, and all the more because he had no idea what we were laughing about.  I went to see Black Oak Arkansas one night and before they opened the doors to let us in, the stage collapsed with all their equipment on it so, no show and I never did get to see them.  I guess they were lucky they weren't playing when it happened.  John

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