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Hi An! *waves* How is little Aiko doing?

*frantic wave*

Aiko is doing great. She's two months old today!
Last Friday we went to get her picture taken for her ID. She looks so funny on it

Good news!

But: you need an ID card for her NOW? She's still a baby. I got my first passport when I was 16.

She needs a Belgian kidsID when she goes to another country, and since we're often in the Netherlands and in Germany we better get it. Those first two months she crossed the border illegally weekly! laugh
And we want her to have a Dutch ID because they're going to change the law about double nationality and then she can't have it anymore. But if she already has it, they won't take it away again...

Good reasons then, didn't know that.
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Engoduun wrote:
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Hi An! *waves* How is little Aiko doing?

*frantic wave*

Aiko is doing great. She's two months old today!
Last Friday we went to get her picture taken for her ID. She looks so funny on it

Good news!

But: you need an ID card for her NOW? She's still a baby. I got my first passport when I was 16.

She needs a Belgian kidsID when she goes to another country, and since we're often in the Netherlands and in Germany we better get it. Those first two months she crossed the border illegally weekly! laugh
And we want her to have a Dutch ID because they're going to change the law about double nationality and then she can't have it anymore. But if she already has it, they won't take it away again...

Good reasons then, didn't know that.


I always like to see funny cute baby pictures. After all, my babies are seven years old.
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Lol.. so serious. Notice everyone in the controversial picture is smiling... except the baby.
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It's became that time of the year again and sinus are acting up. Last few days my eyes have been itching bad. Took medicine this morning and didn't expect it to wear off with two hours left in work!

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It's became that time of the year again and sinus are acting up. Last few days my eyes have been itching bad. Took medicine this morning and didn't expect it to wear off with two hours left in work!



Makes for a miserable end of the workday... Sorry to hear that Chad. Hope tomorrow is better!
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xldh wrote:
Engoduun wrote:
DjaliRioT wrote:
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Hi An! *waves* How is little Aiko doing?

*frantic wave*

Aiko is doing great. She's two months old today!
Last Friday we went to get her picture taken for her ID. She looks so funny on it

Good news!

But: you need an ID card for her NOW? She's still a baby. I got my first passport when I was 16.

She needs a Belgian kidsID when she goes to another country, and since we're often in the Netherlands and in Germany we better get it. Those first two months she crossed the border illegally weekly! laugh
And we want her to have a Dutch ID because they're going to change the law about double nationality and then she can't have it anymore. But if she already has it, they won't take it away again...

Good reasons then, didn't know that.


I always like to see funny cute baby pictures. After all, my babies are seven years old.

I think I saw her playing Citadels a little while ago...

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What 3.0?!? I post once per version, so here is my message. See you at 4.0.
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what is the difference between this thread and Feel the Love second age thread #2?
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what is the difference between this thread and Feel the Love second age thread #2?


Smells better. Moves slow enough to read. You get free stuff for signing up.
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What 3.0?!? I post once per version, so here is my message. See you at 4.0.


HA! Welcome! And see you next round.
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Moin Moin!

Mornin!
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Moin Moin!

Mornin!

Wait - it's mid afternoon shake
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Moin Moin!

Mornin!

Wait - it's mid afternoon shake

What I said - Moin!

(and it's half past 10 here)
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Moin Moin, all.

Today, it is sunny and 65F. Soon, I will actually be able to do outside and enjoy it!

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Today was a difficult day...

About two weeks ago, we noticed a lump on our dog's leg. She's a golden retriever. The lump was about the size of a marble. We scheduled an appointment with the vet for last week and took her in. The vet took a sample of the lump and sent it to the lab.The results came back that it was a tumor so we scheduled a surgery for tomorrow to have the tumor removed. In the meantime, this lump didn't stop growing. Sky (our dog) would lick it and bite at it constantly causing it to bleed. The vet had us start her on antibiotics. Last night as we changed the dressing on the tumor, it was dripping blood like a leaky faucet. This morning, there was a pool of blood underneath Sky where she slept last night. When she stood up, the blood just kept dripping out of the dressing. We took her into the vet this morning to see if the surgery could be done today instead of tomorrow. The vet had an opening and worked her in today, but the tumor was too big (about the size of a plum) to remove safely and without a skin graft. We made the decision to have her leg amputated instead in order to give her a fighting chance to get all of the tumor removed. That was a very difficult decision to make. Sky is still at the hospital tonight recovering, but the surgery went well. We get her back tomorrow. I hope that she adapts well and that the tumor is completely gone and did not metastacize (spelling?). Thanks for listening.
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Today was a difficult day...

About two weeks ago, we noticed a lump on our dog's leg. She's a golden retriever. The lump was about the size of a marble. We scheduled an appointment with the vet for last week and took her in. The vet took a sample of the lump and sent it to the lab.The results came back that it was a tumor so we scheduled a surgery for tomorrow to have the tumor removed. In the meantime, this lump didn't stop growing. Sky (our dog) would lick it and bite at it constantly causing it to bleed. The vet had us start her on antibiotics. Last night as we changed the dressing on the tumor, it was dripping blood like a leaky faucet. This morning, there was a pool of blood underneath Sky where she slept last night. When she stood up, the blood just kept dripping out of the dressing. We took her into the vet this morning to see if the surgery could be done today instead of tomorrow. The vet had an opening and worked her in today, but the tumor was too big (about the size of a plum) to remove safely and without a skin graft. We made the decision to have her leg amputated instead in order to give her a fighting chance to get all of the tumor removed. That was a very difficult decision to make. Sky is still at the hospital tonight recovering, but the surgery went well. We get her back tomorrow. I hope that she adapts well and that the tumor is completely gone and did not metastacize (spelling?). Thanks for listening.


Ah man, that sucks. How old is he?
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Today was a difficult day...

About two weeks ago, we noticed a lump on our dog's leg. She's a golden retriever. The lump was about the size of a marble. We scheduled an appointment with the vet for last week and took her in. The vet took a sample of the lump and sent it to the lab.The results came back that it was a tumor so we scheduled a surgery for tomorrow to have the tumor removed. In the meantime, this lump didn't stop growing. Sky (our dog) would lick it and bite at it constantly causing it to bleed. The vet had us start her on antibiotics. Last night as we changed the dressing on the tumor, it was dripping blood like a leaky faucet. This morning, there was a pool of blood underneath Sky where she slept last night. When she stood up, the blood just kept dripping out of the dressing. We took her into the vet this morning to see if the surgery could be done today instead of tomorrow. The vet had an opening and worked her in today, but the tumor was too big (about the size of a plum) to remove safely and without a skin graft. We made the decision to have her leg amputated instead in order to give her a fighting chance to get all of the tumor removed. That was a very difficult decision to make. Sky is still at the hospital tonight recovering, but the surgery went well. We get her back tomorrow. I hope that she adapts well and that the tumor is completely gone and did not metastacize (spelling?). Thanks for listening.


Ah man, that sucks. How old is he?


She will turn six in July.
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I hope her the best. I know I love my cats like my babies so I can only imagine how tough that was for you to decide. Luckily animals are very resiliant so I am sure she will be fine and as happy as ever; she will probably be up and running around surprising you before you know it.
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Still young. I imagine that's good because recovery will be easier.
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xldh wrote:
Today was a difficult day...

About two weeks ago, we noticed a lump on our dog's leg. She's a golden retriever. The lump was about the size of a marble. We scheduled an appointment with the vet for last week and took her in. The vet took a sample of the lump and sent it to the lab.The results came back that it was a tumor so we scheduled a surgery for tomorrow to have the tumor removed. In the meantime, this lump didn't stop growing. Sky (our dog) would lick it and bite at it constantly causing it to bleed. The vet had us start her on antibiotics. Last night as we changed the dressing on the tumor, it was dripping blood like a leaky faucet. This morning, there was a pool of blood underneath Sky where she slept last night. When she stood up, the blood just kept dripping out of the dressing. We took her into the vet this morning to see if the surgery could be done today instead of tomorrow. The vet had an opening and worked her in today, but the tumor was too big (about the size of a plum) to remove safely and without a skin graft. We made the decision to have her leg amputated instead in order to give her a fighting chance to get all of the tumor removed. That was a very difficult decision to make. Sky is still at the hospital tonight recovering, but the surgery went well. We get her back tomorrow. I hope that she adapts well and that the tumor is completely gone and did not metastacize (spelling?). Thanks for listening.

I wish all goes well - goldie's are lovely, ours is 2.5 years.
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xldh wrote:
Today was a difficult day...

About two weeks ago, we noticed a lump on our dog's leg. She's a golden retriever. The lump was about the size of a marble. We scheduled an appointment with the vet for last week and took her in. The vet took a sample of the lump and sent it to the lab.The results came back that it was a tumor so we scheduled a surgery for tomorrow to have the tumor removed. In the meantime, this lump didn't stop growing. Sky (our dog) would lick it and bite at it constantly causing it to bleed. The vet had us start her on antibiotics. Last night as we changed the dressing on the tumor, it was dripping blood like a leaky faucet. This morning, there was a pool of blood underneath Sky where she slept last night. When she stood up, the blood just kept dripping out of the dressing. We took her into the vet this morning to see if the surgery could be done today instead of tomorrow. The vet had an opening and worked her in today, but the tumor was too big (about the size of a plum) to remove safely and without a skin graft. We made the decision to have her leg amputated instead in order to give her a fighting chance to get all of the tumor removed. That was a very difficult decision to make. Sky is still at the hospital tonight recovering, but the surgery went well. We get her back tomorrow. I hope that she adapts well and that the tumor is completely gone and did not metastacize (spelling?). Thanks for listening.

My best wishes for her.

*dikke knuffel*
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xldh wrote:
Today was a difficult day...

About two weeks ago, we noticed a lump on our dog's leg. She's a golden retriever. The lump was about the size of a marble. We scheduled an appointment with the vet for last week and took her in. The vet took a sample of the lump and sent it to the lab.The results came back that it was a tumor so we scheduled a surgery for tomorrow to have the tumor removed. In the meantime, this lump didn't stop growing. Sky (our dog) would lick it and bite at it constantly causing it to bleed. The vet had us start her on antibiotics. Last night as we changed the dressing on the tumor, it was dripping blood like a leaky faucet. This morning, there was a pool of blood underneath Sky where she slept last night. When she stood up, the blood just kept dripping out of the dressing. We took her into the vet this morning to see if the surgery could be done today instead of tomorrow. The vet had an opening and worked her in today, but the tumor was too big (about the size of a plum) to remove safely and without a skin graft. We made the decision to have her leg amputated instead in order to give her a fighting chance to get all of the tumor removed. That was a very difficult decision to make. Sky is still at the hospital tonight recovering, but the surgery went well. We get her back tomorrow. I hope that she adapts well and that the tumor is completely gone and did not metastacize (spelling?). Thanks for listening.


We had to have surgery on our first beagle twice, once for eating a penny and once for eating yarn. Total cost about $5000. Was it worth it? Yes.

Best of luck with her.
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