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Enjoy everyone.
Love, Pam

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I can not believe how big Lucy is! Pam she is a Beauty. I Love Lucy updates! It's really Fun watching her grow. Thank you for sharing Lucy with us. Give My Girl a hug and kiss for Aunt Mayme.


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Awww.... such a pretty girl, and soooo playful!

2 tips mom - I buy balls one size larger than will roll under furniture...
and get a long yardstick for those that do;  you bat them out and save your back....
If I don't get them out of there, Max will dig at the chair or furniture that it rolled under... not a good idea.  LOL

They do love their balls don't they!  Max's favorites are those larger than normal yellow tennis balls that also squeek.  He squeeks it until he finally kills the squeeker. (thank goodness)



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     Oh Pam....She is Wonderful.....and so well behaved.  She's "smart  as a Whip"!  You can tell by her eyes and her demeanor.

    Thank you so very much for sharing!

   Debbie,  The Dude and Lamb Chop  (formerly known as Willow)

   Always,  'Manda,  here in Spirit


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She's such a pretty girl and fun to watch!  Thanks for sharing this!

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      Lucy looks great. She seems to be so happy. With Nikita ( our Golden ) and are new family member Dino, balls never seem to last that long. When I was younger and living at home we had a heavy set poodle by the name of Bo. My brother called him " The keg with Legs". One day while working around the house my dad gave him a beer cube because he drinks water too fast and brings up. Well, anyway Bo couldn't handle his beer cube and passed out outside on the cement walk. He told me that it was all he could to lift his head and let out a bark after a chipmunk ran over his paws. But, Boy that dog loved to play. It's funny how I have not thought about that for a while.
      It took me a little while but I do remember you and Cleo. I agree there is at least a little bit of Cleo in Lucy. It's nice to have digital memories to keep and share of the friends who leave us way too soon. As usual you will be remembered in my nightly prayers at Gizmo's grave.   GOD bless.


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