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Yesterday our vet told us that my cat Toby, who I have had for 13 years, was in critical condition.Heartbroken and flashbacks of all the times we have shared together, plaid in my head like an old movie real.
I was to say the least, devastated.
However not giving up, we brought him home and have set up everything he needs and a routine for his wellness plan.
Just from one day of being home, he has already showed some improvement ...
... to my good friend Michael Martin. In July I was going to
visit him in Japan, but with his time-off being removed (military related),
which neither of us expected or could control, I was sadly unable to go.
Delta was unable to give a refund on the ticket, but
instead said they could apply the remaining balance, after the cancellation
fee, to another ticket (had to be my name on the boarding pass for it to
apply somewhere else).
The end. Ending my trip with new year eve. It's the end as well as a beginning of new year. I like the symbolic meaning. May Freddie travel safe, may Freddie and I have a wonderful life together, may we go through toughness and happiness hand in hand, may our family have good health and harmony relationship, may we believe the hope of life and live with open heart and open mind. May we be truly happy as a extended ...
... minutes for viewing. We returned to Oslo for a quick city bus tour. The city has mostly modern buildings with just a few that date back to medieval times. We saw the building that was used as Nazi headquarters during ww2. Our ship was docked at the site of Akershus fortress and castle. The sun was out by now so strolling through the fortress was an enjoyable way to end the visit in Oslo. Aug 31 day at sea. Sailing the North sea is a little more rugged but put on a scopolamine ...
... The question for the remainder of the trip from Lauren: “Grandpa, did you know Billy Bob would be at High Falls River?” We’ll never tell. Georgia was soon behind us, Kentucky also, and we ended in Johnston City, IL at Arrowhead Lake Campground. For a mere $13 a night we were afforded a large site, clean showers, quiet atmosphere and a picturesque lake complete with resident ducks. Naturally ...