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Remastered, without the cow

I'd intended for my June 13 entry to be my last for awhile, but in light of all the generous comments and honest feedback, after serious deliberation, I made a tough decision.  I need to edit and repost my last entry.

No more cow.

Truthfully, I like the cow.   I'm sure she'll land safely in another fictional pasture.   As soon as I'm able, I'll post comments, again.  However, since these are the last words I'll type before they wheel me into the operating room, here's the edited (and hopefully, better) version.

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I'll be reading . . .

 

 

 


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The Cow

... will be fine. 

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The cow's doing quite well

I talked to her this a.m. after my first dose of Vicodin.  :-)

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I'll be waiting...

I'll be waiting...

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Me too. M

Me too. M

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Thanks, friends

Katia and Moni,

I'll be watching for news from both of you!

xo

Jane

 

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Your patience is greatly appreciated

Katia,

I think we need to plan a Skype call.  Typing with one hand has gotten old already.  :-(

xo

Jane

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Boo hoo moo.... XO B

Boo hoo moo.... XO B

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Big cows don't cry

One pasture is the same as another . . . ;-)

 

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Big cows don't cry...

I think you meant 'the same as an udder'! Wishing you a swift recovery. mx

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I'm a little 'off my game'

You supplied the perfect phrase!  Thanks for making me laugh!

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Hurry and get better soon,

Hurry and get better soon, Jane--um-m, I think I've missed something--how did you turf out the cow with one hand?   :) J

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Took care of her BEFORE surgery

She seems relieved.  It was a good decision.  I had to climb down the cellar stairs, which are 4" deep and almost vertical, with no railing, to reset the circuit breakers during today's storm.  Made it down and back with my arm in a sling and splinted from knuckles to armpit.  I'll leave the rest to your imagination.  :)

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Yikes!  That's horrible and

Yikes!  That's horrible and traumatic and no doubt painful!  Take care, my Friend and hope to see you back soon!   Hugs, J

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No worries

Practicing yoga really helps!  Mission accomplished; electricity restored.  Typing one-handed is t-e-d-i-o-u-s, though.  Thanks for the well-wishes!

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Be well soon.  The cow will

Be well soon. 

The cow will be there when you return. 

She always is.

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Anne was right

That pesky cow keeps butting it, bringing deer flies along with her.  She's the prototypical photobomber cow.

She showed up today, wearing a straw hat and sunglasses. Yesterday it was a swimcap with floppy daisies.  I'm sending her to Mexico, with just enough $$ to buy a sombrero with ball-fringe dangling from the rim and a serape.