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Re: MacVac–4th shot

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    dian in spokane

      Hey Kathie! The kitties are all grown up, venturing outside now since spring (and have almost stopped using their indoor litter box YAY!) They are confused by are travel, but Jess takes care of them every day. Houdini still is taking steroids every day but seems to be thriving. HE looks ANNOYED when we return, like he thinks that house is his an we are intruders. But he accepts some petting and purrs. The other little darling, Bailey is a bundle of love and will not let you sit down without coming and demanding your full attention.

      Bob's doing great. We are in vegas visiting pop, who's also doing great and has bought a new RV since his last one burned to the ground..says he's driving up to Spokane to see my band play labor day weekend. Bob has IRS classes here at the Mandalay Bay starting monday, but last night he went out and won some dough playing poker, so it's a little pre-conference fun for us.

      My side effects are a little worse this time, with my headache lingering and those 'flu symptoms' they talk about hammering me a little. But I'm in a pretty cool suite at the Venetian going through it all in kooshy comfort. Next week we move to the Paris!

      Life is Good!



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