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  1. I'm looking forward to my 1st Weeroll trip in mud April, it will be my maiden voyage 😁 I'm ready!

  2. I hope your experiences are as wonderful as I am and you experience freedom and security, adventure and delight.

  3. Hi Susan.....Happy trails to you ! LOL
    My trails came to a sudden halt in June/July. My mom of 101yrs died.Our dog of 12yrs died this last Friday.The Lord is testing me for what purpose I do not know as of yet. So I got that out of the way.
    How the heck are you ? Eat any Bacon Spam lately LOL

    1. You had a very long time with your mom. All your life so far! That is something to celebrate. I hope your memories of your mom's earlier years return to you in full color. It sometimes takes big effort to get our thoughts off the last days and years. I hope you rediscover the joy and warmth.

      Dogs, when they leave us, leave a very big hole in our days. Their presence is there everyday and then it isn't. Each dog has their own personality, assets and quirks. If you enjoy having a dog, then I hope you will find a way to get one back into your days. It isn't a replacement, but will distract your mind and heart from your grief. I have found it very helpful when I have lost a beloved pet.

      How am I? Go to my latest post and find out what I have been experiencing. This link should take you there.

  4. Hi Susan,
    Thanks for your warm and thoughtful comments.
    I am happy to see you are enjoying your self and bringing pleasure to many of your bloggers(me included πŸ˜€) πŸ™πŸ» Peace to you Susan 🍷 be safe🚴🏼‍♀️
    PS new addition in the works stay tunedπŸ€”


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