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07/28/2010

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OH crap. I hope the dog is ok. Hope the madness does eventually lose steam. Take care!!

Chris

Uch. Hang in there. This too shall pass and all that (btw, if you've never seen it, check out OK Go's video for "This Too Shall Pass" -- it is worth the 3 minutes or so and just makes me smile). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qybUFnY7Y8w

Oh, no! Poor doggie! Everything okay?

which wonderful dog shared his or her innards with you?

Club soda will take horse hooey out of carpets, by the way...

LOL Steve, what a sweet way of putting that.

Christi, do you know that club soda trick from personal experience? I try to keep the horse hooey in the yard myself. ;-)

Let us know how things are going today Sarah!

Hugs!

I hope your poor dog is ok! And I hope you're ok, too.

Sending good thoughts. Hope your dog is okay!

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